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Talk about morning wood. Well, sorta. This new cafe is all about an awesome breakfast/brunch with eye-catching interior that uses a variety of woods in their walls, ceilings, shelves and furniture&... read more
This chilled-out, modern American bar and neighborhood kitchen on the West Side is strategically unassuming until you realize you might be in Casablanca thanks to hand-carved doors, a yellow and pu... read more
First, you have to decide whether you like lunch better than dinner, or vice versa. Then you have to choose one of the two restaurants--same chef--that opened in one space. The Sandwich Smith does ... read more
Taking that whole bread craze thing one notch up, this pizza joint is all about dough. More specifically: sourdough. The Neapolitan-style pizza concept with seasonal California ingredients pro... read more
The West Hollywood outpost of Compton's best BBQ joint still has that magic touch, only in swankier digs. Expect the same smokey and delicious ribs by executive pit master Keven Bludso, order ... read more
Forego the burger and Coke at the Lakers game and, instead, get all Mama Mia beforehand at this swanky Italian restaurant near the Staples Center. Recipes bring to mind old-school Italian. The wine... read more
A favorite for celebs and affluent diners that live in the hood, this restaurant is worth the half-hour drive (from Downtown LA). Thanks to the vintage-industrial design like porthole mirrors, Ches... read more
The Smiths may pull sad face at MOZZA's meat-centric restaurant, but carnivores enter with a fist bump. This restaurant is heavy on the meat and in some nontraditional ways (warm bacon vinaigrette,... read more
David Myers won a Michelin star at Sona, but with Hinoki & The Bird, he seems to be aiming for more approachable elegance. Installed at The Century, Robert A.M. Stern's striking architectural m... read more
Neo-soul food restaurant helmed by chef Miles Thompson in the former Allston Yacht Club space. Thompson, who made his name with his Vagrancy Project pop-up series, has a romantic menu featuring suc... read more
This farmhouse-chic Italian restaurant is as rustic as it gets for a space that's 8,000-square-feet. The kitchen is headed by the former chef of Beverly Hills' Osteria, while the team behind Riva a... read more
Spiffed-up shopping mall boasts boffo burger place. Paul Shoemaker, formerly of Savory in Malibu, brings patty perfection to the food court. Go classic with a Juicy Burger or Double Juicy, or keep ... read more
The longtime LA restaurant Burns family helm this maritime-feeling spot next door to WME. Expect a relaxed, quiet evening with Chef Romeo Garcia dishing steaks, oysters in the half shell, and wood-... read more
You'll find the likes of Mr. Fancypants, Mrs. Beauty Queen and their bottomless-wallet crew at this notoriously scene-y, neck-craning-assured restaurant at the Malibu Country Mart. Good Chinese foo... read more
First things first: The '50/50' in Slater's 50/50 stands for their signature burger whose patty is 50% ground beef, 50% ground bacon (with bacon strips on top, natch). If that's not intriguing, con... read more
This is one of those restaurants where you won't ever quite be sure what's more appealing -- the food or the space itself. From the hammered copper bar and the metal colors throughout, to the butch... read more
Whitney Flood and his wife Julie Retzlaff of the Bon Melange catering company are pulling double duty with a farm-to-table spot in Culver City. Everything at Muddy Leek is made in-house, from scrat... read more
This Beverly Hills supper club isn't doing anything new, but at least they're doing things right. A fat wine list, sleek modern dining room, live jazz, and serious cuts of meat are practically stan... read more
Fatty Arbuckle used to live at this address, and although the neighborhood has changed a lot since silent films were the shit, this airy pub aims to keep the fat around. Short-rib pizzas, Guinness ... 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 ...