Kyoto Vice: DTLA’s Kodo is Both ‘Invitingly Serene’ and ‘Intentionally Boisterous’

Yoya Takahashi’s Kodō serves up elegant Japanese cuisine with a slyly decadent twist

Move Over, K-Town: Foothill Boulevard in Crescenta Has Arrived

Deliciously genuine Korean food is plentiful in the hills of suburban LA

Eat and Run, Dine and Dash: L.A. Meal Tips for Summer

Going for a hike or heading off to a festival? These food shops will help you picnic in style

These Are A Few Of Rumer Willis’s Favorite Things

From the Troubador to the Farmer's Market and Book Soup, the actress loves her some old-school L.A.

Kevin Hart To Open Plant-Based Fast Food Restaurant (Exclusive)

"I think it's important for us to be a restaurant that first and foremost serves a crave-able product that people go out of their way to consume and then at the end we're like, ‘Hey, by the way, this just happens to be all plant-based,’” CEO tells LAMag

The Move: Ceci’s Gastronomia

LAMag Food introduces new recurring feature "The Move," otherwise known in foodie circles as "a confident and can't fail recommendation"

Vernon to Lose 2,000 Jobs When Farmer John Meatpacking Plant Closes

The facility will close its its only California site next year “due to the escalating cost of doing business” in the state

Not Your Bubbe’s Latkes

L.A. chefs are cooking up deluxe takes on the humble potato pancake

These Lucky California Cities May Get Last Call for Booze at 4 a.m.

Under a new proposal, SB 930, the sale of alcohol could get extended to 4 a.m. at bars, nightclubs, and restaurants

How Surviving Cancer Led to A Thriving Natural Cookie Dough Brand

In recognition of National Cancer Survivors Day, Sweet Loren’s founder writes LAMag guest column detailing how her darkest days inspired her brightest future