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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
A quick and casual spot to get your Mediterranean fix. The clean, inviting space boasts a long glass bar behind which organic, locally-sourced falafel sandwiches and salads are prepared. There... read more
In the old Boudoir space on La Cienega, the legendary NYC Bistrot Bagatelle spreads its LA wings over 2700-square feet, multiple rooms and an open patio in the best St. Tropez chic fashion. Designe... read more
SBE masterminds many of Hollywood's of-the-moment properties, usually clubs that turn over every few months. Branching into more permanent territory with The Redbury hotel and its restaurant, Cleo.... read more
Empanadas are savory little turnovers. Filled with any number of ingredients, usually of the delicious variety. And tostinos are toasted white bread sandwiches, sometimes with slightly exotic ingre... read more
This extremely stylish place -- the interior gets as much notice as the menu, if not more -- is all natural and white-painted wood, with communal tables and high ceilings. Breakfast-to-dinner, with... read more
The Bazaar at the SLS Beverly Hills hotel has many parts. Fitting name, of course. Go to Bar Centro for drinks and snacks, either Rojo or Blanca for tapas (Rojo is more traditional, Blanca has frui... read more
Desert Rose, noted for the huge glowing rose out front. Food is fine; nothing to get overly excited about. Sesame-crusted tuna, etc. Global menu (you know, jack of all trades, master of...yet to be... read more
Whole branzino, chalkboard menu, and free namesake dessert to-go redefines Silver Lake's upwardly-mobile Bohemians with a poet's life, darkened mood and sophisticated food from a former chef of Luc... read more
B-list version of Aaron Spelling teen drama? Hardly. Pithy name amended by ample wine selection. Euro-style wine bar may be Lucques' spicier sister, but she's still well-mannered. Charcuterie is to... read more
Small n' lively outdoor gazebo next to flowering nursery and classic Joe's for hot n' cold tapas heaven. Older, smarter crowd under chandelier lighting and command of younger hotter staff. Stuffed... read more
"Just like Mama used to make," back home in Tripoli. This Bustling/Boisterous hole-in-the-wall dishes out Old Country eats. Crowd peaks around lunchtime when they allow the worker bees out. Creamy ... read more
The two of you will ah-dore this Romantic/Date Spot courtyard. Best place in town to fall in love, hands down. Exquisite garden-bound house bathed in sexy glow of candlelight. French food with Moro... read more
Rowdy, raucous spanakopita-fueled revelers get jiggy with belly dancers and succulent lamb. Tony loves crowds, so bring your sorority sisters for your reunion. Think fireplace in fall or al fresco ... read more
Beach-established Riviera-esque charmer packs the house with hopeful Romantic/Date Spots. Fortunately any Malibu resident knows when it is time for a facelift and Caffe has taken years off its appe... read more
Though the name has a rather classical ring to it, the West Hollywood outpost of Fig & Olive is emphatically contemporary. The sprawling, 8,000-square-foot space is all breezy, French Riviera c... read more
So this Moroccan spot is cash-only and doesn't serve meat, synthetic meats, or alcohol. YET, it's commonly regarded as one of Echo Park's top restaurants. What's it's secret? It's all in the ingred... 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...