Want to know some of the hottest spots to eat in Los Angeles? Well, you’ve come to the right place!

Casual Dining:

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Sweetgreen is taking on a new approach to fast food. Their mission is to build healthier communities by connecting people to the power of real food. Everything on the menu is cooked from scratch and contains 30% less carbon than the average American meal. www.sweetgreen.com

Carneys Restaurant is a family-owned business believed to have the best hamburgers and hotdogs in all of Los Angeles. The food is served inside a renovated train car, which has become such an iconic spot in L.A. They use fresh, quality ingredients and custom make your order exactly how you want it.  www.carneytrain.com

Prince Street Pizza isn’t your average pizza parlor. They believe that “if you can put it on pasta, you can put it on pizza.” Their Sicilian recipes are handcrafted from scratch daily, and pair perfectly with their crisp and fluffy dough. Is your mouth watering yet?  www.eatprincestreetpizza.com

Strings of Life (S.O.L) Café offers chef-driven food, specialty coffee, and music. The menu reflects the culture of Melbourne, Australia where the founders are from. S.O.L is open 7 days a week and has all-day breakfast and lunch.  stringsoflife.com

Connie & Ted’s is where you’ll find simply prepared fish, inspired by the classic clam shacks, oyster bars, and fish houses found in the New England Seaboard and the Western Coast. Connie and Ted’s love story, along with the good times they spent together fishing, is the inspiration behind this restaurant.  www.connieandteds.com

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Nightlife Dining:

Justin Quesos is where you’ll find traditional Tex-Mex cooking and margaritas the size of Texas. Their ranch-to-table menu serves the freshest, organic ingredients while still staying faithful to their traditional roots. Grab your friends and head over for happy hour, or book their private open-air back patio for your next event! www.justinquesos.com

Harriet’s Rooftop Bar is known for its panoramic views of Los Angeles. It’s an elevated cocktail lounge atop the 1 Hotel in West Hollywood. Come in for a relaxing night under the stars and enjoy crafted sessionable cocktails, a selection of wine and beer, and a menu created by Top Chef’s “Fan Favorite,” Chris Crary. www.1hotels.com/west-hollywood/taste/harriets-rooftop

Laurel Hardware offers several different styles of cuisine that represents the beautiful range of diversity and flavor found throughout Los Angeles. The bar is made to satisfy every craving with a wide range of spirits and carefully curated wines.  www.laurelhardware.com

Conservatory is the perfect place to go if you’re looking for a vibrant and social setting in the heart of West Hollywood. It has everything you need, including a café, full restaurant, and bar. Their dining consists of well-sourced ingredients and seasonality with a chef-driven twist. The main bar offers a carefully curated beverage menu with cocktails, mocktails, beer, and wine.  www.conservatoryweho.com

Issima brings the style, beauty, and exquisite flavors of the Mediterranean coastline. Executive Chef Michael Fiorelli has created a menu that stays true to the ingredients found in your favorite beachside getaways. The venue offers an interior restaurant, poolside dining, and a private rooftop with views overlooking the Hollywood Hills. www.issima.la

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