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Drake Is Now a Major Investor in LA Chain Dave’s Hot Chicken

West Hollywood Now Requires Full Vaccination For All Restaurant, Bar Workers

LA County to Require Proof of Vaccination at Bars, Nightclubs, and More Next Month

West Hollywood to Require Vaccinations for Indoor Diners and Restaurant Workers

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Glendale’s New Sunday Farmers Market Showcases Armenian Food Culture

Thirty vendors serve homemade food, bread, crafts, and local produce on a shaded lawn in front of Glendale Public Library

N/Soto to Host Limited-Run Tasting Menu Pop-Up in an Iconic Little Tokyo Location

Iconic Jewish Deli Greenblatt’s Closes Permanently in West Hollywood

A Running List of LA Restaurants Requiring Vaccine Proof for Indoor Dining

City of LA Just Shut Down Avenue 26 Market in Lincoln Heights

New Data Show That LA’s Current COVID Surge Is Once Again Hurting Restaurants and Workers

LA County Resumes Indoor Mask Requirements Beginning Saturday, Whether Vaccinated or Not

One of LA’s Best Chefs Embarks on a Big New Orange County Journey

Forced Land Sale Imperils 82-Year-Old Watts Legend Hawkins House of Burgers

LA City Officials Vote to Stop Citing Unlicensed Street Vendors — For Now

LA Mayor Agrees to Keep Outdoor Dining Spaces for at Least a Year

Hollywood Italian Haunt Rao’s Isn’t Closing, Despite Reports to the Contrary

Here’s Every New Vendor Coming to Smorgasburg LA Next Month

A Hollywood Restaurant Set Up an Illegal Dining Area in a Traffic Median

Here’s Everything to Know About LA’s Big Restaurant Reopening Today

Coronavirus Rules for Restaurants ‘Will Be Retired’ on June 15 Reopening, LA Official Says

Alhambra’s Beloved Aloha Food Factory Likely to Be Demolished, Turned Into a Car Wash

Co-owners Aaron Luong and James Kuang are encouraging customers to attend the public hearing at Alhambra City Hall to discourage development plans

California Says No More Restaurant Capacity Limits or Physical Distancing Starting June 15

Attack at LA Sushi Restaurant Could Be Labeled Anti-Semitic Hate Crime

Here’s How to Score the Latest Rounds of Financial Assistance for Restaurants

How Pasadena’s Restaurant Scene Became LA’s Biggest Comeback

What Does LA County’s Planned Move into the Yellow Tier Mean for Restaurants and Bars?

There’s No Boba Shortage in LA, but the East Coast Faces Major Supply Issues

After Two Decades, Chef Jimmy Shaw Is Ready to Restart Loteria Grill on His Own Terms

LA Now Eligible for Yellow Tier Status, Which Would Allow Bars to Reopen Inside

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Shibumi’s Non-Japanese Chef Takes Aim at Japanese Restaurants for Not Being Japanese Enough

An Instagram caption from chef David Schlosser sparked backlash from LA’s Japanese-American community — criticism Schlosser actively deleted from his post before eventually apologizing

North Hollywood Bar Wants to Turn Into a Members-Only Club for Vaccinated People

State of California Orders Baja Fresh to Pay Nearly $400,000 for Wage Theft