Los Angeles Restaurants

BOA

Way hip, way fine steakhouse. Steak rubs and dips; out-there cocktails. Santa Monica: L, D (daily). West Hollywood: L (M-F), D (nightly).

Eveleigh

With a menu chockablock with farm-fresh veggies and meats and a country-chic space, Eveleigh projects an image of cool rusticity. The kitchen endeavors to use house-made ingredients right down to…

King Baby Studio

An on-site jewelry factory (available for tours) in a cool industrial space featuring reclaimed Venice Pier planks makes a trip to this boutique no ordinary shopping experience. Here, skilled craftsmen…

Koi

Koi is one of the trendiest Japanese restaurants in town; expect a beautiful clientele. The restaurant offers an exotic space, and the menu is known for crispy rice topped with…

Palihouse Courtyard Brasserie

Located in a charming boutique hotel, the is a relaxed brasserie, attractive for a morning café au lait or a full supper. Guests settle in at courtyard tables, enjoying fare…

Petrossian

Highlights at this temple of caviar include caviar-and-roe-topped blinis and vanilla panna cotta with espresso “caviar.” L (daily), D (M-Sa), Br (Sa-Su).

Pump Restaurant and Lounge

Enchanted-garden-themed restaurant and bar from restaurateur and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump features a patio with 100-year-old olive trees and a menu created by Food Network Star…

Ray’s & Stark Bar

This restaurant/cocktail bar is almost too good to be hidden in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art campus. Kris Morningstar offers soul-warming dishes—Alaskan halibut with savory butter beans, wood-grilled…

Roku

This new Sunset Strip hot spot from the team behind Sushi Roku presents elevated teppanyaki (e.g., A-5 Japanese wagyu and Santa Barbara spot prawns) prepared by utensil-juggling chefs at interactive…

Son of a Gun

Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, the meat-loving chefs at Animal, turn to the sea for new inspiration. They cook up small shareable plates such as salmon collar, miniature lobster rolls…

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