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The folks behind the beloved Hatfields have decided to turn their attention to breakfast and lunch, and after you've tried their sourdough Belgian waffles, oatmeal stout gingerbread loaves and sand... read more
Even though grilled cheese sandwiches are the one thing pretty much everyone can make at home, you'd be hard-pressed to find someone flipping the likes of Heywood's gourmet offerings. Bite into a t... read more
The Corner Door is an idyllic Culver City corner spot. The exposed brick walls and muted gray colors give way to a modern interior that provides an enjoyable alternative when the wait is too long a... read more
Chef Jose Aleman teams with restaurateur Harry Morton to bring local produce reflective of and more extensive than the Mexican cantina's primary location. With three floors of sexy pink walls and s... read more
Award-winning chef Richard Zarate has closed and reopened his popular Peruvian restaurant in a more sophisticated setting than the downtown warehouse it originally occupied, but that doesn't mean t... read more
Offering seasonal selections of artisanal cheeses, locally sourced produce, charcuterie and domestic wines and craft beers, Eat.Drink.Americano features a special kind of American cuisine--one insp... read more
Squeezed into the up-and-came Sawtelle stretch of West Los Angeles, Nong La somehow stands out. With its wide-noodled pho (with tripe!), free-range chicken banh mi, and a passion iced tea that you'... read more
I mean, this breakfast place REALLY wants to kill you. From the guys at Killer Shrimp comes Killer Cafe, a front-row seat in the Marina Harbor that serves Killer Bloody Marys, Killer Shrimp Benedic... read more
What was once beige and charmingly dated is now gold and offering charcuterie. Mirabelle is a legend on Sunset, but like everone else out here, she's gotten such a major facelift that she's practic... read more
At first glance, you might not even realize this slick 3rd Street Promenade-proxy restaurant serves Mexican cuisine, were it not for the heaping plates of carnitas, ceviches and other Mexicali... 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
A place you're more likely to come across in Chicago, this sausage and beer stop shows its LA roots with its sleek interior and trendy crowd. The dogs run the gamut, although standouts include ando... read more
From the guys behind M.B. Post comes this craft beer gastropub down in Long Beach. Small batch wines, a rotating list of 30 beers on tap, and locally sourced food (think fish tacos with wild-caught... read more
Taking over Ye Coach & Horses legendary spot on Sunset, this British pub isn't flinching when it comes to authenticity. Nosh on Welsh rarebit or little pots of chicken liver while you swill fro... read more
Working hard to create an authentic experience in the old Drago space, Ushuaia offers natural prime steaks straight out of the wood-fired grill, replete with yummy sauces like classic chimichurri o... read more
Veteran Chef Takayuki Morishita drops his latest venture right into the heart of West Los Angeles, offering up this izakaya-style (Japanese watering hole) spot in a casual setting. The menu is tapa... read more
This sleek, modern restaurant dishes up contemporary Japanese fare and sushi in a simple, yet elegant space. Duck under the leafy plants that hang over the entrance, stop to admire the wall simulat... read more
Pizzas topped with prosciutto, fig jam and goat cheese--or duck sausage and gouda--or several other mouth-watering combinations reign supreme at this east-side trattoria. The Silver Lake Italian ea... read more
Swanky London-bred Cantonese classes up the Hills of Beverly. Glamo...
How do you say "sexified, neck-craning hot spot" in Mandarin? Becau...
Chef Jeff Mahin's Hollywood pizza joint has some fan favorite pies ...
Meant to decisively invoke all the sensual allure of its namesake d...