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Located in the space that once housed Dolce and Phillipe Chow, this high-brow restaurant woos the entertainment variety, so bring your comp card. It's designed by award-winning Studio Collective: d... read more
Sometimes you can't make it to the beach. Get close enough at this trendy beach bungalow-inspired restaurant inside a two-storey, American Craftsman-style home. You feel like you're at a chilled ou... 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
This tavern-style sports bar adjacent to the Staples Center has become an instant go-to spot for ticket holders looking to nosh on wings, crab cakes, and mega-burgers while keeping track of multipl... read more
Govind Armstrong (Post & Beam) brings this happy little cafe to the heavily populated Melrose stretch. Short for "Republic of Laughter" cafe, the food here is meant to inspire just such glee. C... 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
Plan Check achieves what LA restaurants do best: it takes a narrow, innovative cuisine concept, pairs it with some Edison bulbs and small batch liquors and sticks it somewhere by the 405. Communa... read more
This milkshake-toned, all-night diner has quickly become a popular stop on the West Hollywood night crawl, just like its older sister spot in Hollywood. The contemporary presentation of a classic d... read more
New York transplants will be familiar with this Dean & Deluca-ish cafe cum market on downtown's Main Street. Stop in for a meal, a drink, or just to pick up a few goodies to take home. The Cali... read more
Caulfield’s, an homage to the irreverent J.D. Salinger character, is an appropriately unflashy place, with dark leather banquets, a mahogany bar, deco lighting fixtures and an almost tavern-l... read more
This airy Melrose cocktail lounge has a moody vibe to it. Lots of leather and eye-brow raising art set the scene for strong cocktails and eclectic small plates. Nosh on crab cakes or bruschetta and... read more
Where else would you want to ingest gourmet sausages than in a tucked-away, graffiti laden spot like this? The wiener menu includes duck foie gras dogs with sauterne wine, wild boar with roasted ... read more
The old BoHo has reappeared on the 4th floor of the Hollywood and Highland complex, bringing with it the usual strong beers and meatball pizzas. The nighttime fleamarket feel of the place will eras... read more
Swank... this place has plenty of it. Dark wood panel walls and black leather booths set the tone for a classy, high-end meal or a late night rendezvous. Craig's serves a slew of Americanized Itali... read more
South Pasadena's a small, close-knit community. Perhaps the owners of Mix n' Munch have been assured of their neighbors' patronage? The combination of cereal and grilled cheese doesn't seem intuiti... read more
Open all day for your snacking needs, provided said needs are somewhat healthful. Fruits, granola and eggs are always available, if you're not in the mood for a salad, wrap or soup. Pared-down shop... read more
This is a dangerous spot on Hollywood Boulevard. Restaurant success-wise. A different concept all the time. Right now it's inspired by New Orleans - soul food, party atmosphere, none of that sad st... read more
Swanky London-bred Cantonese classes up the Hills of Beverly. Glamo...
In an opulent 1927 Moorish revival building, the new Palihouse Sant...
How do you say "sexified, neck-craning hot spot" in Mandarin? Becau...
Chef Jeff Mahin's Hollywood pizza joint has some fan favorite pies ...