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FIG & OLIVE Melrose PlaceFIG & OLIVE Melrose Place
3474 reviews
Mediterranean | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

I always like this place. Cool vibe and smart. Never too busy and great food. I think of this a spar. More

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Little Sister DowntownLittle Sister Downtown
568 reviews
Southeast Asian | Downtown, Downtown / South and East LA

Novel dishes, unique flavors, good staff- not a large place, but certainly appreciated for solid ingenuity. More

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Toca MaderaToca Madera
679 reviews
Mexican | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

Tao was great as a server! He made my company and I feel so welcomed, we had a good time. It was their first time and they said they would come back More

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Alexander's Steakhouse - PasadenaAlexander's Steakhouse - Pasadena
589 reviews
Steakhouse | Pasadena, Pasadena / San Gabriel

My husband and I came here for dinner to celebrate our wedding anniversary. The food was amazing and service was outstanding. We are returning in a few weeks to celebrate my parents anniversary! :) More

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McCormick & Schmick's Seafood - El SegundoMcCormick & Schmick's Seafood - El Segundo
2319 reviews
Seafood | El Segundo, Beach Cities

Always enjoy my time here! Service and food was fantastic, great experience from when we arrived to our departure. More

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Uno Tre Otto1. Uno Tre Otto
65 reviews
Italian | Claremont, Pasadena / San Gabriel

Excellent, literally farm to table, cuisine located in a back alley in a unique, eclectic venue that resembles an intimate pub. The menu was limited but creative and tends to change according to what is available from the farm. Could have more Vegetarian options. Pasta is home made. Unique original cocktails are a bonus. Sometimes difficult to get a table! More

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Sushi Ginza Onodera- LA2. Sushi Ginza Onodera- LA
39 reviews
Sushi | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

The best sushi in town! More

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Petrossian Paris Boutique & Restaurant3. Petrossian Paris Boutique & Restaurant
507 reviews
French | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

The restaurant is a very pretty, quiet place that when you enter looks like a store for buying candy, but then has a room that is just seating. The service was excellent, although if you are in a hurry then you might not get served as fast as you like. The wait is worth it. The food is delicious! The drinks are so good. This restaurant is really a fine food place. More

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Spaggi's4. Spaggi's
450 reviews
Italian | Upland, Inland Empire

Great food, great venue, great restaurant! We dine here often and are never disappointed. More

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Shiro Restaurant5. Shiro Restaurant
550 reviews
Contemporary French | Pasadena, Pasadena / San Gabriel

Shiro is a true neighborhood gem. Shiro continues to offer an outstanding, high quality, innovative menu. We especially love their appetizers and their amazing fish choices. The ambiance is relaxing, quiet and serene. The service is impeccable. Highly recommend Shiro. More

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Casa ModenaCasa Modena
Italian | Culver City, Westside

Homemade pasta and fresh ingredients, made from scratch daily. Fresh truffles imported directly from Italy!More

Kahuna TikiKahuna Tiki
Sushi | North Hollywood, San Fernando Valley / Valencia

Kahuna Tiki Restaurant & Tiki Lounge was created to share the famous "Aloha Spirit" and unique island culture of Hawaii with the rest of the world. The food is fresh, fast, and casual, featuring large appetizers for sharing, great sandwiches and seafood, crisp salads, sushi, and more. The intimate Tiki Lounge provides a South Pacific island-style atmosphere is fun and exciting. Leave your troubles on the sidewalk, and bask in the gorgeous tropical surroundings, the mesmerizing soundtrack of vintage surfer music and escape to the tropics!More

Sage Vegan Bistro - PasadenaSage Vegan Bistro - Pasadena
Vegetarian / Vegan | Pasadena, Pasadena / San Gabriel

We are organic, sustainable, plant-based food without the pretense. We are the place where you can bring your date at night and your momma in the morning.More

Slater's 50/50Slater's 50/50
Burgers | Rancho Cucamonga, Inland Empire

Great Burgers, Great Drinks, Great VibeMore

The FarmhouseThe Farmhouse
American | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

Celebrated restaurateur Laurent Halasz and second-generation farmer Nathan Peitso announce the opening of FARMHOUSE, a dining destination that celebrates the integral relationship between farmers and hospitality. Set to open Spring 2018 on the ground floor of the reimagined Beverly Center, FARMHOUSE redefines the traditional restaurant model by working directly with the region’s top farmers to grow, harvest and create dishes. Led by Executive Farmer Peitso—in place of an Executive Chef—FARMHOUSE provides farm-traceable, seasonally driven, “seed-to-plate” cuisine. More

Discover Los Angeles

Think Los Angeles is a one-industry town? Think again. From the micro-Seoul of Koreatown to unexpected fusion cuisines (take Chinese-Mexican, for one) and strip malls that house destination restaurants, the city’s restaurant scene is notably experimental and diverse. Ask locals where to find the best taco truck (or lonchero) in the city, and you’ve struck a match. These mobile microenterprises are a part of the city's lifeblood. With L.A.’s own Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic, Jonathan Gold, describing the city as “less of a melting pot—more of a glittering mosaic,” we’re seeing L.A.’s vast palate show up on the plate.