Los Angeles Restaurants

Stir Market

Upscale food halls are shaping up to be the star dining trend of the season. Right on cue, Food Network personality/chef Jet Tila has teamed up with executive chef Chris…

Sugarfish

Kazunori Nozawa—aka the “Sushi Nazi,” chef/owner of the former Sushi Nozawa—opens casual spots offering preset menus. Tips are included, but prices are about half those at the original. Find additional…

Sunny Spot

Food-truck pioneer Roy Choi interprets Carribbean cuisine with explosive flavors and global influences. Playful small plates include “What a Jerk” chicken wings and the “We Be Yammin’ ” sweet-potato tart. Try…

Superba Snack Bar

At this pastaria, house-made noodles are given the most attention, occasionally smoked and infused for maximum flavor. A short wine list includes only California labels, and a selection of beer-…

Sushi Roku

Nouvelle Japanese, sleek decor and a creative menu. For foodies 10 and under, Sushi Roku Pasadena offers a fun “okosama” kids’ menu with four bento-box options. L, D (daily).

Taix

Family-owned French restaurant since 1927 offers French country cuisine.

Takami Sushi & Robata

Takami occupies the 21st floor of a downtown high-rise, and its wraparound veranda enhances the illusion of floating in air. Dine at the sushi bar or the robata bar, where…

Tar & Roses

Andrew Kirschner’s flagship restaurant focuses on small, rustic shareable plates cooked in his wood-burning oven, but with a few days’ notice he can also whip up large, lavish family-style suppers…

Tavern

Chef Suzanne Goin’s third L.A. restaurant explores rustic Cal fare in chic environs, including a popular sunlit indoor patio. The frequently changing menu might include “devil’s chicken” with leeks and…

The Bazaar by José Andrés

Star chef José Andrés brings a whimsical set of Spanish-style dining experiences to the eminently stylish SLS Hotel. Cuisine ranges from rustic fare to the molecular gastronomy creations that have…

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