Los Angeles Restaurant Guide
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12 restaurants found
Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne’s A.O.C. has always been representative of everything great about the mashup of local cuisine and European influence. This was...
235 N. Canon Dr.
Beverly Hills, CA 90212Critics' PickBest OfImage
Foodies fond of foie gras, vichyssoise and other French fare have no doubt gotten their fix at Bouchon Bistro in Beverly Hills. And no doubt they’ve spotted...
The collaboration between Zoe Nathan, Josh Loeb, and Bryant and Kim Ng may look and feel like just another trendy restaurant, and certainly there is a sense of...
Known for its famous French dip, Cole's is in the heart of downtown, next to The Association. The french dip sandwiches are truly something to marvel over and...
3606 W. Sixth St.
Koreatown, CA 90020Critics' PickBest OfSlideshowImageEssentials
In the world of ever-more-stripped-down, ever-less-luxurious “fine” dining, no operation is more spare than Le Comptoir. Gary Menes’ vegetable-centric tasting...
From the comforting fireplace that greets you upon arrival, to the back patio with its vine-covered walls, everything about Lucques oozes calm and refinement....
The Beverly Grove French bistro Marvin, run by legendary restaurateur Bruce Marder's son Max, is the type of charming little place that dots New York City and...
It’s easy to become jaded about luxury fine dining, to forget the pleasures of eating in an elegant room with formal service (Captains! Sommeliers and assistant...
Step through the door of the woefully undersung Papilles Bistro, in the corner of a strip mall tucked into the armpit of Franklin Avenue and the 101 freeway, and...
624 S. La Brea Ave.
Hancock Park, CA 90036Critics' PickBest OfSlideshowImageReaders' ChoiceEssentials
If you were to ask about our favorite restaurant in Los Angeles, République might not be top of mind. Yet it’s amazing how many smaller “favorites” are wrapped...
257 S. Spring St., downtown
Los Angeles, California 90012Critics' PickSlideshowImage
It would be wrong to say the place feels old-fashioned, as that might indicate stuffiness and overly rich sauces, and Spring is anything but stuffy. But it does...
716 N. Highland Ave.
Hollywood, CA 90038Critics' PickBest OfSlideshowImageEssentials
Have we tired of Trois Mec? Has the novelty of eating in a tiny room behind the guise of a Raffalo’s Pizza sign worn off? Does the food seem less thrilling, the...