Welcome to What Now Los Angeles (WNLA)! After nearly a decade of breaking restaurant, retail, and real estate news in the south with What Now Atlanta, What Now Media Group, INC. is thrilled to launch our digital publication in Los Angeles.
Our sole focus at WNLA is on being the first to bring you the scoop on yet-to-be-announced and yet-to-open brick-and-mortar businesses in your neighborhood. So, even before you spot “coming soon” signage on that long-abandoned restaurant space, or vertical construction begins on a major mixed-use development, WNLA will have the details. If you’re looking for menu changes, chef announcements, or “The Five LA Restaurants You Should Eat At This Weekend,” keep browsing—we leave those filler posts to the other guys. We’re excited that you’re here and we look forward to creating a community of in-the-know Angelenos.
Also, if you ever find yourself beholden to insider information, give us a shout. We love and appreciate reader tips. Jot down this email address, add it to your contacts and even tattoo it to your arm if you love LA as much as we do: [email protected]. We’re looking for the scoop on all things brick-and-mortar so if you have any intel on planned restaurants, bars, nail salons, retail stores, apartment communities, hotels, etc., hit us up!
By the way, I’m Caleb, the founder of What Now Media Group, INC. You can reach out to me directly at any time via email.
Joey Reams, Los Angeles & Chicago
Danita White, Dallas-Fort Worth
Amber D. Browne, Denver
Neil Cooney, Las Vegas
Jake Rogers, New York
Ross McWaters, Orlando & Miami
Dolores Quintana, Philadelphia
John West, Houston
To send press releases, tips, and general inquires, please email [email protected].
Our physical mailing address is 931 Monroe Dr. NE STE A102 #635 Atlanta, GA 30308.
What Now Media Group has been breaking restaurant, retail, and real estate news for more than a decade. While our news is not hard-hitting, our mission is to operate at the highest journalistic standards, with bias-free reporting that is both fair and accurate.
Our reporting is original and our journalists independently research and fact check the news against multiple sources as applicable. We will, on occasion, not name a source under extenuating circumstances.
We work swiftly to correct any errors or inaccuracies and issue an editor’s note outlining any updates or corrections to our coverage.