The restaurant’s former owner says it’s a "slap in the face."
The Sunset Boulevard property sold in July for $12 million.
The goal of the $2.4 million revamp was "to make it look almost exactly the same" as it did in 1945.
But the pastrami sandwiches "aren’t going anywhere," says deli owner Norm Langer.
There’s a beautiful new tribute to Jonathan Gold at Grand Central Market, one of his favorite haunts
Soon, the sidewalk outside the market will be widened permanently and new plaza pavers will include "gold-speckled highlights."
The futuristic project would include the legendary Beanery, and add hotel rooms, apartments, and retail.
LA County is moving forward with plans for a new dining establishment at Will Rogers Beach.
The windmill dates to 1967, when it opened as a Van de Kamp’s coffee shop. Today, it’s the last of its kind in the SoCal area.
The 1910s-era building was commissioned by William Randolph Hearst, and the interior is said to be gorgeous.
"Our goal is to continue the incredible improvements the Market has implemented over the past half-decade and the legacy that precedes us."
The latest business to move into the 1924 covered shopping lane in Downtown LA is very photogenic.
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Friendly to families and porn stars alike, Sardo’s Grill and Lounge will sing its final tune at the end of this month.
The 2017 winners include local favorites Salazar, Break Room 86, and more.
The company that brought back Highland Park Bowl is now working on Formosa, and they say they intend to keep the old Hollywood gangster vibe—and add better food.
Train riders who use Chinatown Gold Line station’s platform will recognize these old buildings, which are being turned into a microbrewery, restaurants, and offices.
This is the best residential architecture in Los Angeles, as judged by the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
Sleepless residents are turning to the West Hollywood Planning Commission for help with the noise.
The concession stands could become major attractions, if the city finds the kind of vendors that have livened up the beachfront dining scene in cities like Newport Beach.
The Hollywood restaurant’s new owners, who purchased the place in March, aren’t wasting any time. They say their renovations will be based on the property’s original 1914 plans.
A substantial rent hike from new owners has the long-established Yamashiro restaurant planning to shutter soon, which is especially terrible news for the couples who'd already booked their weddings at the picturesque hilltop site.
The Queen Mary has just changed hands and the new lessees are planning to remodel the ship and eventually build a "bustling retail, dining and entertainment district" on the 45 acres surrounding it.
After more than 60 years, the struggling Downey McDonald's wants to give in and add a drive-through to its historic building. The restaurant is the oldest McDonald's still in operation, and it's always done things a little differently.
The famous Yamashiro restaurant recently sold to a Chinese company for $40 million. Though they have pledged to preserve the property, they seem to be ready to evict the long-time restaurant operators, raising the rent to $100,000 a month.