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Parking spots were once the most coveted asset of a Los Angeles restaurant, and now businesses are using these spots for outdoor dining.
Diamond Bakery opened in 1946 in Boyle Heights before moving to the Fairfax District.
Brad and Linda Johnson opened Post & Beam with Chef Govind Armstrong in 2011.
Great British Baking Show cook and alum Chetna Makan returns to her roots with healthy Indian dishes, including eggplant raita and tomato and coconut milk soup.
A Canadian mining company seeks to excavate North America’s largest copper mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska, which is home to the last fully intact salmon run in the world.
Journalist and food writer Charlotte Druckman has a new cookbook out for people who like to eat adventurously but lack cooking skills.
Eater LA Editor Matthew Kang started regularly visiting Jun Won in Koreatown in college.
When food writer Charlene Wang received a text in the middle of the night saying her niece was born, she went to the kitchen and started peeling ginger.
Market correspondent Gillian Ferguson catches up with Casey Felton of the French-and-Vietnamese restaurant Bahn Oui.
Earlier this week, Governor Gavin Newsom proposed new legislation to support California communities disproportionately hit by the coronavirus.
Cook and author Phyllis Grant reads from her memoir, “ Everything is Under Control ,” in which she describes a career in ballet, bouts of anorexia, working as a nanny, and finally…
Community refrigerators are percolating across the city for people who’ve lost income and lack reliable transportation.
Market correspondent Gillian Ferguson catches up with Nguyen Bui, a former sous chef at Rustic Canyon who is now operating Ăn Cơm , a Vietnamese food pop-up in West LA.
In the Caucasus region, Armenia and Azerbaijan are in conflict over the apricot.
When restaurant owner Nick Kokonas saw reservations dwindle from fully-booked to zero in Hong Kong-based restaurants that used his booking service Tock , he realized the U.S.
David Wilcox was $150,000 in debt two years ago with his restaurant, Journeyman in Atwater Village.
Some restaurants are using social media and underground dining circles to create new business opportunities during the pandemic.
The offerings of regional Mexican food in the greater LA area is staggering even during this pandemic, and yet Afro-Mexican food hasn’t been represented until now.
The pandemic has revealed to the outside world what restaurant workers have known for years. It is a system built on low wages, poor job mobility, high turnover, and burnout.