The games are over and the field is set for Super Bowl 54 in Miami this weekend.
The third location of chef Sang Yoon’s popular gastropub Father’s Office opened in Downtown Los Angeles this week, adding another popular dining option to the Arts District.
Chef Dave Woodall and Alexis Martin Woodall, an award-winning television producer, have taken another whack at their Red Herring concept, relocating the restaurant from Eagle Rock to Downtown Los Angeles last month.
This past year saw some seismic moves in Downtown’s culinary world. Long-running spots closed, big-name additions such as The Manufactory recently shuttered and a number of chefs staked out new and interesting concepts in the Central City.
A major tentpole of the San Francisco-based Tartine baking and restaurant brand has officially shuttered its doors, just 10 days before Christmas.
The food mavens at the Los Angeles Times released their annual list of the 101 best restaurants in Los Angeles and the eateries of Downtown Los Angeles made a noticeable impact.
Downtown residents won’t have to wait much longer for the highly anticipated West Coast arrival of the famous New York cocktail bar Death & Co. Originally slated to open at 818 E. Third St. in the Arts District last month, the team behind the trend-setting establishment are now eyeing an…
There has been some big leasing news coming out of Brookfield Properties’ Wells Fargo Plaza renovation. Previously housing a closed 9-to-5-food hall, Brookfield is currently working on a new public meeting space called Halo.
DTLA-Downtown Los Angeles has become rooftop restaurant central in recent years, with locations like the Standard and Perch LA offering sweeping views of the Central City. You can add another rooftop destination to the list on Tuesday, Oct. 29, with the grand opening of the rooftop restauran…
The mixed-use project Griffin on Spring officially wrapped construction March of last year, but now we’re getting a sense of what type of food options will be available on the street-level of the 24-story tower.
No matter where the thermostat finds itself, it’s always an appropriate time for ice cream and frozen yogurt. So expect plenty of action over at SomiSomi, a new ice cream and frozen yogurt shop that opened in Little Tokyo late last month.
Sunday Hospitality, the team behind the popular New York restaurant Sunday in Brooklyn, officially started their leap into the Downtown Los Angeles market with the grand opening of their sister restaurant Sibling Rival today.
In April, the iconic Traxx restaurant at Union Station closed after serving diners for more than two decades. Last week, it was announced that the restaurant was making a comeback.