Fans can get a taste of the ballpark experience delivered on demand by ordering from Home Plates, which will bring Dodger Dogs and stadium favorites directly to Los Angeles-area fans’ doorsteps through Postmates.
As fears related to the spread of the coronavirus worsens, the Los Angeles Times is cancelling two of its most popular events. The newspaper announced on Tuesday, March 10 that it was postponing both its Food Bowl and the Festival of Books. The Festival of Books, which is typically held on t…
The Fashion District’s Rossoblu announced on Friday that it was temporarily cancelling service as fears over the Coronavirus continue to spread.
Award Season: It’s about that time of the year when the James Beard Foundation releases its list of nominations for its slate of prestigious awards and of course, Downtown restaurants are well represented. On Wednesday, Feb. 26, the list of semifinalists was released, with Chef Mei Lin’s Nig…
South Park's craft beer hub Mikkeller has abruptly closed. On Monday, Feb. 24, staff were informed that the restaurant and bar was ceasing operations that day. It remains unclear why the bar closed.
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…