Los Angeles Restaurant Guide
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14 restaurants found
3544 W. Imperial Highway
Inglewood, CA 90303Critics' PickBest OfSlideshowImageEssentials
The debate over the fate of Coni'Seafood since chef Sergio Peñuelas left dissipated years ago, and proof came in the form of a brand-new brick-and-mortar that...
8171 Santa Monica Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90046Critics' PickBest OfSlideshowImageEssentials
If you grew up, as Michael Cimarusti did, fishing in the Atlantic and dining on the bounty of the great Northeast, you'll understand the chef's nostalgia for the...
One can live his entire life without ever saying the word “Orgasmo.” It’s not a word often uttered among close friends or even casual hookups. But at El...
The billboard-size photographs of Cate Blanchett and George Clooney are a bit much. But at Cut, Wolfgang Puck's gleaming-white temple of steakhouse cuisine in...
Fishing With Dynamite's popularity clearly speaks to a yearning in Manhattan Beach for that seafood shack of our fantasies, casual but high-quality, laid back...
The original Hungry Cat is still our favorite place to eat in Hollywood proper, the place we most heartily recommend to folks looking for a pre-Pantages birthday...
1637 Silver Lake Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026Critics' PickBest OfSlideshowImage
Even with the exploding dining scene in Silver Lake, L&E Oyster Bar remains the mainstay for a nice (but not too expensive) dinner in the neighborhood, or a spot...
57 E. Holly St.
Pasadena, California 91103Critics' PickSlideshowImage
Lost at Sea is cozy and appealing, with its black subway tile and blue walls, its white-painted and wood tables, its fresh flowers and round mirrors that evoke...
518 W. Las Tunas Dr.
San Gabriel, CA 91776-1111Critics' PickImage
The signature house lobster at Newport Tan Cang Seafood is a formidable, wonderful thing, a mass of orange-red shell and glistening meat heaped on a platter and...
22706 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90265Critics' PickBest OfImageReaders' Choice
In the almost 20 years since the flagship Nobu opened in Tribeca, the Nobu restaurants have remained the standard-bearer for upscale Japanese eateries across the...
There are only a handful of restaurants in Los Angeles that aim for the same heights as Providence does, and perhaps none that achieves those lofty aims quite so...
250 W. Valley Blvd.
Alhambra, CA 91801Critics' PickBest OfSlideshowImage
If you have a problem figuring out what to order from the enormous menu, you could do worse than to start with some of the restaurant's specialties, which are...