The Los Angeles City Council is considering new regulations that could potentially shut down a food truck that has been feeding the hungry on the streets of Hollywood for more than 25 years.
Chefs Sabin Lomac and Jim Tselikis of Cousins Maine Lobster stopped by the KCAL9 studios Monday with their food truck to share some of their specialties, including Mac n Cheese and lobster rolls, tacos and tails.
Chef/Co-Owner Ryan Harkins and Co-Owner Matt Chernus of Grill ‘Em All restaurant stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to discuss the opening of their first restaurant!
Prosecutors said 20 members of a Los Angeles gang pleaded not guilty Monday to felony charges of running a food truck extortion racket in Hollywood.
Amy Jones and Ivie Hasegawa of Red Robin stopped by the KCAL9 studios Friday in the r YUMMMMobile food truck to showcase their new Oktoberfest burger.
With such a large European and German population in Orange County, it is not surprising that some of the best German food can be found here. If you enjoy a good German meal, then check out these restaurants, bars and food trucks to get your fix.
Caribbean cuisine served tapas style is the concept at Sunny Spot, Roy Choi’s latest addition to his arsenal of soulful restaurants. Here Choi, who revolutionized the food truck movement with his Kogi trucks and Korean-fusion […]
In Orange County, a burrito is true comfort food. Here is a list of where to get Orange County’s biggest and best burritos.
This mobile pizza party rolls up in alarming style – in a fire truck. I recently threw the best party ever. My decorations were just okay. There wasn’t really a theme. But the guests are […]
The customer is always right – ah, but not to chef and restaurant owner Jason Quinn, who blasted a reviewer on Yelp and has no regrets about it.
The second annual LA Street Food Fest Summer Tasting Event will be held this weekend at the Rose Bowl.
The famous ice cream duo is putting their cool treats on wheels, offering free scoops to Angelenos starting Monday, May 2.
The days of the “roach coach” could soon be over after the L.A. County Board of Supervisors votes on whether to more tightly regulate the popular lunch wagons.