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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
This bright and poppy (kind of mid-century) diner is open 24 hours a day. Like, for real 24 hours, never closes, get an omelet any time of night style. Rarity in these parts. The menu is exactly wh... read more
Concepts just don't work here. Maybe people are trying to hard? Maybe it should've been mashed potatoes all along. Now there are booths, exposed beams, a fireplace, bar food, burgers, upscale twist... read more
We don't know why people are so afraid to serve breakfast all day. Does it break your precious little grill to mix the eggs and the lunch? Square One gets it, 24/7. Artsy crib where seasonal breakf... read more
American greasy spoon diner with a Serbian touch, adjacent to ugly Travelodge...gotta love this city. Cute cafe lifts the neighborhood and gets a sun-dress packing, collared clientele, along with l... read more
Like eating inside a soundproofed Cadbury Creme Egg designed by Dunning. Waitresses in retro-fetishy diner gear. Hot eaters of all ages in sundresses and collared shirts by Trina Turk. Everything f... read more
Twenty-four/seven diner kitsch for mottled clientele who have surpassed Interpol now that they have discovered The Fall. Perfunctory waitresses in teensy skirts sigh in boredom over our order of ch... read more
Dashing diner was Billy Wilder's favorite hang and Michael Mann shot that scene from Heat here. Argue it is a bust after 20 years working long hours on Wilshire and we might discreetly nod behind o... read more
Top end WeHo diner fare in unglam atmo. Look. In the corner of this awesome celebrity breakfast nook, which often gets best brunch nods. It's Daniel Radcliffe of Harry Potter fame! Don't look, that... read more
Thank God for simple names! After our debacle at Jiraffe, we like to know what we're gettin' from the get-go. If you get up early enough, beat the crowds of Grey Goosed brunchers and whiney familie... read more
Throwing up signs like it's Monster Kody, Howard Noynes serves his self-proclaimed Famous Burger out of a movie-poster plastered paradise. Great environs for inconsistent burger, weak with the avo-... read more
Mike's sign and greasy digs, as seen in Wayne's World, and signature Hockey Burger ( made from old pucks ), are truly wonders/horrors to behold for young or faithful crowd of casuals. Grilled bee... read more
Comfort food in shamrockin' shack off PCH. I think we've found your lucky charms. Get down and dirty with local luminaries and leprechauns munching brunches of banana flapjacks and Farmer's Breakfa... read more
Not winning awards for clever names anytime soon. We've never had corned beef hash (we've dabbled with the Afghan variety), but knowing it's there makes us feel like we're in a diner that knows its... read more
24/seven 1924 landmark owned by ex-mayor Riordan has confused perverts slapping themselves over misreading name. They stay for dapper Depression-era diner digs, insane crowds, top-rankin' sourdough... read more
Ronnie's is no frills dining to its core. Nestled up in a teeny plaza, the diner serves up homestyle fare in big portions. The breakfast menu is extensive, featuring all the classics, plus more int... read more
Eggs and bacon like mom used to cook. Same two waitresses warming your heart and your coffee cup on an every-five-minute basis. Locals like Joyce's 'cause it's consistent, and the staff (neither of... read more
Watch out, Denny's! Your brother/rival Norm is progressively making his way in LA, and with 18 locations already and an unstoppable fudge brownie sundae, it just might supercede. Ubiquitous but sti... read more
All aboard! 1920's Amtrak crashes on the Strip, serves up juicy 1/2 lb. burgers, taughtly-tied dawgs, and meaty, chowdery chili. Great for ambiance, people watching as vacationing packs of 18-year-... read more
Swanky London-bred Cantonese classes up the Hills of Beverly. Glamo...
In an opulent 1927 Moorish revival building, the new Palihouse Sant...
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Chef Jeff Mahin's Hollywood pizza joint has some fan favorite pies ...