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12565 Washington Blvd. Mar Vista CA 90066
310-398-7700
Where Roy Choi goes, people will follow - this has been well-established. Because if the legions of the hungry are willing to follow his Kogi trucks when they alight in deserted motel parking lots or alongside Orange County topless clubs, it stands to reason that they will go where they More
9543 Culver Blvd. Culver City CA 90232
310-845-1700
The Culver City restaurant scene is well into its mannerist phase, an era of sleek surfaces, theatrical settings and food that coolly defies nature. But the standard-bearer at the moment has to be the eco-intensive Akasha, where the recycled wood is sealed with beeswax, the chairs are upholstered in hemp More
1710 Silver Lake Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90026
323-928-2888
At Alimento in Silver Lake, chef Zach Pollack veers from highly traditional dishes, such as a gorgeously decadent maccheroncini pasta with chicken livers and marsala, to playful takes on Americana, like his "pig in a blanket." A fat hunk of mortadella is sandwiched between two layers of flaky spelt pastry, More
952 S. Broadway Los Angeles CA 90015
213-244-1422
On a barren corner of Broadway and Olympic in downtown L.A. sits Alma, chef Ari Taymor's fantasy-come-to-life. Taymor makes beignets with seaweed and tofu, a totally next-generation donut that is as fun to eat in its fried umami glory as it is tasty. Sablefish, lightly smoked and slick, comes on More
7313 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90036
323-297-0070
Where my favorite osterie in Italy find purpose in the repetition of classic dishes, in menus that may not change for decades, Gino Angelini is by nature a creative chef who likes to mark dishes as his own. A regular at his restaurants could tell the difference between Angelini's saltimbocca More
435 N. Fairfax Ave. Los Angeles CA 90048
323-782-9225
The first thing you should know about Animal is that it is practically a shrine to bacon, which appears everywhere on the short, seasonal menu, up to and including a chocolate dessert. The chefs, Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, former Food Network stars who call themselves the Food Dudes, are More
8700 W. 3rd St. Los Angeles CA 90048
323-653-6359
The cheese-and-charcuterie-intensive inspiration for L.A.'s new generation of wine bars, Suzanne Goin's pan-Mediterranean A.O.C. is a fantasy of a modern small-plates restaurant, the kind of place you drop into for a glass of Friulian Tocai and a plate of sliced prosciutto, a Cairanne and some bacon-wrapped dates with Parmesan - More
1019 Mission St. South Pasadena CA 91030
626-799-9400
The menu at South Pasadena's Aro Latin is a cultural mishmash that encompasses both chef Rocio Camacho's Oaxacan cooking and owner Karan Raina's Indian heritage. So there's chicken with mole poblano, but also ribs cooked with coconut milk and served with fresh mango. Here you might come across the best More
1388 Westwood Blvd. Westwood CA 90024
310-441-5488
An Attari sandwich is close to a perfect thing, a length of toasted French bread, a layer of main ingredient, and a dressing that includes fresh tomatoes, a handful of shredded lettuce and a smattering of spiced, supertart Iranian pickles that somehow manage to give the impression of a good More
4616 Eagle Rock Blvd. Eagle Rock CA 90041
323-255-0800
Terri Wahl's evolved diner may be the grooviest place in Eagle Rock on Saturday afternoons, a converted bungalow a few blocks from Occidental College, crowded with punk moms, rogue artists, and pretty much anyone who likes to eat breakfast at 3 p.m. The service is basically DIY, down to the More
408 S. Main St. Los Angeles CA 90013
213-687-8808
The menu at Baco Mercat reads almost like a graduate exam in culinary poststructuralism, mixing flavors from Italy, France and western China, Georgia (U.S.) and Georgia (Eastern Europe), Tuscany and Peru. Josef Centeno's take on posole includes a chile-red pork broth, crisps of beef and pork and house-made noodles that More
304 W. Valley Blvd. Alhambra CA 91803
626-289-4160
There are closets in Beverly Hills that have more square footage than Bánh Mì My Tho, but this Alhambra Vietnamese sandwich shop makes far, far better use of its real estate. Here in this tiny space, fresh bread is made daily for the shop's excellent banh mi sandwiches -- some More
118 W. 4th St. Los Angeles CA 90013
In some respects, Chef Jose Centeno's Bar Ama is two restaurants in one. The first serves giant mounds of guacamole, oozy bowls of queso dip and gut-bomb enchiladas smothered in cheese. It's slutty Mexican-American food made with better ingredients than is typical of the genre but with the same emotional More
2442 Hyperion Ave. Los Angeles CA 90027
323-662-2442
It’s been less than three years since former Campanile general manager Claudio Blotta and his wife Adria opened Barbrix is 2009, and the converted house tucked away off busy Hyperion Avenue in Silver Lake is already a community hub. Choose from the lengthy beer list or sip hand-picked wines from More
465 S. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90048
310-246-5555
The Bazaar restaurant, within the SLS hotel, is a funky playground for the sophisticated young professional, a place to unwind after work or have an impromptu, lavish six course dinner conceptualized by chef José Andrés. At the bar, you'll find high-end drinks and plush furniture. In the restaurant, you'll find More
532 S. Western Ave. Los Angeles CA 90022
213-387-2337
Would your doctor approve? She would not. The counter bristles with taps for beers so local that they probably could be delivered on an MTA bus, and you will be tasting several of them before you stagger out the door. Sunday brunch includes Lucky Charms pancakes with Fruity Pebbles whipped More
2121 E. 7th Place Los Angeles CA 90021
213-514-5724
At Bestia downtown, Chef Ori Menashe's presenting rustic Italian dining, often taken to its cheffy extremes. Instead of beef tartare, there's beef-heart tartare; rather than the trendy but now widely accepted sautéed chicken livers, there are chicken gizzards. They're served with beets for a Halloween-worthy effect, a plate smeared with More
2717 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90006
213-380-1113
My friend Caryl has always maintained that So Kong Dong was the best tofu restaurant in Koreatown. I have always plumped for Beverly Soon Tofu Restaurant across the street. So Kong Dong seems almost Soviet in its appearance, a low-ceilinged dining room bathed in a singularly unappealing fluorescent glare. Beverly More
609 N. La Brea Ave. Los Angeles CA 90036
323-931-2583
Surprisingly, for the most part the food at Kevin Bludso's new Bludso's Bar-&-Que in Hollywood is a pretty amazing representation of what you might get at a barbecue shack — in the South or in Compton. The meats are smoky; the sides taste honest. Collards are funky and imbued with More
811 S. Long Beach Blvd. Compton CA 90221
310-637-1342
Bludso's is known for its barbecue beef brisket, which comes in a foam and foil container, dripping with meaty juices. The small, Texas-style joint, with simply a counter and few stools, is big on brisket ribs, rib tips, hot links, chicken. The Texas Sampler ($25.50) is a plate that can More
445 S. Figueroa St. Los Angeles CA 90071
213-486-5171
Is it possible that owners Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, who worked the marriage of Mexican cuisine and New American grill cooking a full decade before the guys who are thought of as pioneers, just opened a new Border Grill? They did - a thorough revamping of their old More
235 N. Canon Drive Beverly Hills CA 90212
310-271-9910
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 tourists, film industry types and all manners of posh folk splitting a charcuterie plate or a $110 seafood platter at the raw bar. More
3280 Helms Ave. Culver City CA 90232
310-876-0286
Braised meats play a major roll in many of Chef Funke's dishes, and several mellow, soothing ragus appear each night — perhaps lamb over fat yellow pappardelle, perhaps tight rolls of strascinati with supple, juicy duck. Aside from pasta and bread, Bucato's menu features sputini, which translates approximately to "snacks," More
749 E. Altadena Drive Altadena CA 91001
626-791-6174
Leo Bulgarini is the wrong guy to mouth off to the day after his beloved AS Roma squad drops a game to Genoa or Inter Milan. His gelati are labeled only in Italian, and his standards are so famously strict that he has been known to pull his delicious sorbetti More
1576 Colorado Blvd. Eagle Rock CA 90041
323-478-2791
On Colorado Blvd. in Eagle Rock, this charming neighborhood restaurant specializing in Mexican cuisine is many things: a deli, a market, a fantastic breakfast spot, and a Mecca for one of the best dishes in town, the duck carnets taco. With outdoor patio dining and friendly service, you can dine More
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