Nightlife in West Hollywood is once again bustling as Los Angeles County enters the less-restrictive orange tier this weekend.
It was on Saint Patrick’s Day 2020 that bars and restaurants found out they’d be forced to close. This year the celebration is on with some new rules.
A judge Monday granted a temporary restraining order allowing the city of Burbank to enforce its closure order of a local restaurant that had continued offering outdoor dining service during the coronavirus pandemic despite the revocation of its health and conditional-use permits.
dineL.A. Restaurant Week is officially underway, highlighting the diverse culinary experiences that Los Angeles has to offer.
Hundreds of local restaurants in Los Angeles are participating in Dine L.A. Restaurant Week from March 1 to March 14.
The wait to get an outside table in Los Angeles County spanned nearly two months.
Health officials say the reason behind removing TVs is to prevent gatherings of sports fans, especially since the Super Bowl is coming up.
Outdoor dining is back in Pasadena days before the rest of Los Angeles County's reopening date as the city follows its own health department's guidelines.
Some call the timing strange, while others are relieved they can bring back customers.
Surviving California businesses are trying to pick up where they left off after the stay-at-home order was lifted for all regions in the state.
Restaurant owners and workers are expecting California's stay-at-home order to be lifted sometime Monday.
Governor Gavin Newsom's new stay-at-home order is close to becoming a reality for all of Southern California.
Restaurant owners are weary of the thought of having to once again lay off their workers.
Restaurant owners are weary over the thought of once again furloughing or laying off their workers.
FOX 11's Hal Eisner spoke with a county leader to hear his thoughts on the controversial ban.
Beverly Hills city leaders are demanding Los Angeles County to repeal its outdoor dining ban.
It was an emotional Thanksgiving for local restaurant employees as some worked their last shifts before being either let go or furloughed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Officials with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health were unable to provide any of their own data or evidence in support of their order to restrict outdoor dining at restaurants, which starts tomorrow night.
The city's decision goes against Los Angeles County health department's order.
On Tuesday afternoon, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors rejected a motion to overturn the health department's decision to restrict outdoor dining by a vote of 3-2. The latest development comes as the county's supervisors Kathryn Barger and Janice Hahn put forward a motion to reconsider the ban.