Los Angeles Restaurants

Aquarium of the Pacific

Journey through sunny Southern California and Baja, the frigid waters of the north Pacific and the colorful reefs of the tropical Pacific, and meet more than 11,000 marine animals at…

Chart House

These restaurants offer seafood and chophouse fare in seaside settings. In addition to newer menu items—such as a crab, avocado and mango stack—are old favorites including slow-roasted prime rib and…

Ise-Shima

Located in the Miyako Hybrid Hotel in Old Town Torrance, Ise-Shima provides fresh sushi and other exciting Japanese dishes, recalling the array of seafood and marine delicacies Japan’s Ise Shima…

M.B. Post

David LeFevre, a Charlie Trotter protégé, left formal Water Grill to open this laid-back eatery with intelligently conceived small plates at reasonable prices. The “Eat Your Vegetables” menu makes green…

Mar’sel

Set above sparkling Palos Verdes Peninsula, Mar’sel at the Terranea Resort captures an incredible ocean vista. Chef Michael Fiorelli is serious about sustainability in his fresh, flavor-packed cuisine, cooking with…

Salt Creek Grille

Enjoy mesquite-grilled burgers, chops, steaks and seafood and an interesting selection of California beers and wines at these classic American restaurants, which boast outdoor patios and live music. El Segundo:…

South Coast Plaza

International destination South Coast Plaza is a mecca of designer retail, from more affordable stores—Tory Burch, Lacoste, J.Crew—to some of the most exclusive brands: Gucci, Hermès and Balenciaga, to name…

The Strand House

This South Bay restaurant with awesome ocean views is sophisticated enough to compete with any restaurant in L.A. County’s hipper parts. House-made charcuterie precedes dishes such as hamachi crudo and…

Westfield at LAX

Visitors flying out of LAX can enjoy some of L.A.’s top retail and dining establishments, curated by Westfield, in the Tom Bradley International Terminal, as well as in Terminals 1,…