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This place is sorta like a taco truck, only you're not sitting on the curb with a paper plate. Creative, food-truck style tacos like pork carnitas and baja fish tacos are served in one of those pla... read more
When Gordon Ramsey opens a restaurant it better be good. This long, narrow gastropub adjacent to the Grove's movie theater has all the necessary elements he preaches about on television: inviting s... read more
This neighborhood bistro offers California-inspired French food, like pizzettes with parmesan and arugula, chicken cordon bleu, quiche, and trout almondine. Mimosas are poured freely, and there's a... read more
This cozy, 35-seat restaurant is the perfect replacement for the defunct Allora Cucina Italiana, and although the cuisine hails from the same region, chef Vic Casanova (formerly of Four Seasons) pr... read more
Taking over Burger Kitchen is this elegant Italian joint with its dim lighting, leather booths, and communal center table. The plates are just as classy -- think lobster ravioli in lemon sauce an... read more
Pizza is the focus here, and the dough is the hyper-focus. Fermented for a few days, then thrown in the 800-degree oven for three minutes. Topped with things like arugula and sausage. Eaten at just... read more
A robata is a Japanese charcoal grill, and this tidy eatery on Third Street makes makes ample use of theirs. In addition to sizzling skewers of meat and veggies, Jinya serves sushi, sashimi, and al... read more
Very neighborhoody spot with light breakfasts and lunches. Main event comes in the evening when the bottles are uncorked. Or order by the glass. Either way, pair with small bites: crostini, panini,... read more
This very basic place is no-frills. You want pizza? You got it. Nothing fancy (well, artichokes, but this is California), but freshly made, even the sauces. Pizzas are thin crust, as a rule. Decor ... read more
Empanadas are savory little turnovers. Filled with any number of ingredients, usually of the delicious variety. And tostinos are toasted white bread sandwiches, sometimes with slightly exotic ingre... read more
It's just a simple spot around Fairfax and Melrose, which means it could be perfect for a little breaky after a heavy round of shopping. Decor is simple (white accented with copper), and all the fo... read more
Transformation is complete: from casbah to modern eclectic, with red and green chairs and chalkboard menus. Said menus are now simplified: sandwiches (regular, wrapped or grilled), salads, plates o... read more
This stretch of Third Street (the only Third Street that matters) is very boutiquey and extremely brunchy. But hey, why not mix it up a bit? Here's a bar with 13 flat screen TVs, the better to watc... read more
Not upscale Mexican, just street food-variety deliciousness. Perhaps a bit hard to understand in the land of taco trucks, but looks like Plancha understands (if the menu is any indication). Taquito... read more
Mom cooks, son runs the show. Previously at Osteria La Buca down the street, this team found that the goals of the ownership differed from their own, so they moved on. Problem solvers! Expect very ... read more
Everything comfort food is coming up fancy: now it's chili's turn. Come to this low-key space for prime rib chili, hominy chorizo vegan chili, cheddar-infused steak and bacon chili...the owner clai... read more
Hatfield's is a favorite for its fresh, local ingredients whipped up into rich—but not too heavy— dishes and heavenly desserts. The chef/owners have 86ed the old location in favor of on... read more
Fancy sodas are a given, right? The sandwiches sound promising as well, using expensive ingredients and served alongside housemade pickles and chips. L.A. is a sandwich town at the moment, and this... read more
Arguably L.A.'s yuppiest neighborhood, Larchmont is full of the finer things in life—now including fresh-made pastries and Intelligentsia coffee. (Yes, sometimes Silver Lake is too far.) Haze... read more
Hoping to build on the success of Baco Mercat, chef Josef Centeno b...
Swanky London-bred Cantonese classes up the Hills of Beverly. Glamo...
We love things that are retro like Reebok Pumps and telephones, so ...
This restaurant in Beverly Hills is so casual, there's no need to p...
This trendy spot by celebrity chef Michael Cimarusti may serve the ...