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Bavel
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Middle Eastern | Downtown
Bestia
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Italian | Downtown
Otium
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Contemporary American | Downtown
Faith & Flower
(829)
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Californian | Downtown
Little Sister - Downtown
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Southeast Asian | Downtown
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1 Pico
1 Pico
(1887)
Californian | Santa Monica, Westside

It was lovely. Our server was very attentive and the food was delicious! More

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Toca Madera
Toca Madera
(1391)
Mexican | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

SHAY IS INCREDIBLE!!!!!!! LOVE HER AND WILL REQUEST HER EVERY DAMN TIME IM HERE!!!! SO ENERGETIC AND SUCH A GOOD TIME WITH HER More

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FIG & OLIVE Melrose Place
FIG & OLIVE Melrose Place
(4097)
Mediterranean | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

The food, the atmosphere, the service.. everything is perfect at Fig&Olive. You really should try their cocktail menu! Definitely recommend! More

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Openaire
Openaire
(185)
Californian | Koreatown, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

Nice restaurant, great service and awesome food! Hope can visit again soon More

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Cecconi's
Cecconi's
(2311)
Italian | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

They had an amazing vegan pizza, I haven't had pizza in ages so we so good to eat a vegan pizza that tasted real. Highly recommended if you're craving good Italian More

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The Bazaar by José Andrés
The Bazaar by José Andrés
(4761)
Tapas / Small Plates | Beverly Hills, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

One word unbelievable More

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Cecconi's
Cecconi's
(2311)
Italian | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

They had an amazing vegan pizza, I haven't had pizza in ages so we so good to eat a vegan pizza that tasted real. Highly recommended if you're craving good Italian More

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Taste on Melrose
Taste on Melrose
(2650)
American | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

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Tortilla Republic WeHo
Tortilla Republic WeHo
(1224)
Mexican | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

Good service. Good food. Chill vibe but with energy. Classy but not snobbish. Never have been disappointed. More

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The District by Hannah An
The District by Hannah An
(711)
Vietnamese | Beverly Hills, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

By far one of the top - if not the top restaurant in my vicinity! Food quality is incomparable and never disappoints! I highly recommend this place! More

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Sushi Tanaka
1. Sushi Tanaka
(21)
Sushi | Simi Valley, Ventura County

A must for experienced sushi lovers, no roll lovers please! Make sure to book a reservation in advance. More

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The Edmondson Faculty Center
2. The Edmondson Faculty Center
(45)
American | Downtown, Downtown / South and East LA

From the moment that you walk in the door the service is top notch. The menu is diverse with many different options. Chef James stopped by my table and gave it a personal touch; it was a pleasure to give him my compliments. Try the steak, it was outstanding. More

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Hachi
3. Hachi
(54)
Japanese | Torrance / Carson, Beach Cities

Hands down !! More

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Petrossian Restaurant & Boutique
4. Petrossian Restaurant & Boutique
(683)
French | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

One of my most favorite and quaint spots to dine. Prime cuisine! Never disappoints. I highly recommend. More

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Cafe Pacific at Trump National Golf Club
5. Cafe Pacific at Trump National Golf Club
(985)
Contemporary American | Rancho Palos Verdes / Rolling Hills Estates, Beach Cities

This is our favorite restaurant in the Southbay. The food is outstanding! We also love the servers and the atmosphere! Some of our favorite dishes include: Filet Minon, Salmon, Caeser salad, Shrimp cocktail, Chicken Marsala and the Sea Bass! More

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MEET in Paris - Brentwood
MEET in Paris - Brentwood
French | Brentwood, Westside

MEET IN PARIS® BRINGS THE PARIS BISTRO TO CULVER CITY AND BRENTWOOD, SERVING CLASSIC FRENCH COMFORT FOOD AND THE LARGEST SELECTION OF MUSSEL DISHES IN CALIFORNIA.More

Mason - Santa Monica
Mason - Santa Monica
American | Santa Monica, Westside

a classic American chophouse with a modern upswing—Mason. Serving high-class steaks, fine seafood, and freshly made salads, Mason provides a sophisticated dining experience in a warm-hearted environment.More

Nic's On Beverly
Nic's On Beverly
Californian | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

Serving up local LA MILL coffee, juice and lunch items such as wood fired Detroit style pizza, a farro and quinoa bowl, and the Chinois on Beverly salad, a play on a Chinese chicken salad. In the evening, the restaurant is a perfect hideaway to converse over drinks at the bar, which features a must-try cocktail list by Jason Eisner and an exciting wine list curated by Rajat Paar.More

NodaSushi
NodaSushi
Sushi | Pasadena, Pasadena / San Gabriel

Noda Sushi Restaurant is now accepting online reservations and looks forward to seeing you soon!More

The Joint Seafood-Sherman Oaks
The Joint Seafood-Sherman Oaks
Seafood | Sherman Oaks, San Fernando Valley / Valencia

The Joint is a gourmet seafood restaurant featuring fish and shellfish sourced locally and from around the world. Our unique dry-aging process offers unbelievable flavors and textures. Every piece of fish is cut and cooked to order, accompanied by sides or salad. 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.

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.