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Signature restaurant and bar to Sirtaj Hotel, this buzzing joint is far from your typical white linen/fine china routine in Beverly Hills. The indoor/outdoor seating speaks more to cool cats and ur... 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
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
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
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
The herbs used at Seasons 52 are grown right on site, and most of the menu's ingredients are grown locally, so if you're feeling a bit itchy by making the Westfield Century City mall your date dest... read more
The brick and mortar version of the popular TLT food truck has found its permanent home in Westwood, amidst a bunch of healthy, innovative restaurants. The lime-green walls remind diners of its mob... read more
Silver Lake is all about thinking outside the box, so Hyperion Public is an easy fit, thanks to the executive chef's unique menu. Expect the likes of fried chicken paired with a spicy blueberry sau... read more
Matthew Kenney has long been hailed as the most prominent chef in the raw food scene. With his first west coast restaurant M.A.K.E., he raises his own bar even higher. Adjacent to his culinary scho... 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
If you've ever been Down Under, you know they're serious about their coffee. If you haven't been, then you should at least visit this Aussie cafe on Melrose and order a flat white (kind of like a l... read more
Perhaps hoping to snag some big-wallet overspill from neighboring Chateau Marmont, this contemporary American restaurant offers dishes like lobster mac and cheese, and halibut with truffle butter. ... read more
Residents of Studio City can stop driving an hour to the west side for an outdoor lounge with style. A chic and seemingly endless restaurant and cocktail lounge, XEN offers those in the Valley seve... read more
This classy little Belmont Shore eatery is the first of the Nick's Orange County empire to open in Los Angeles. The glass walls, wooden bar and roomy outdoor patio are a good backdrop to the Americ... 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 ...