Los Angeles Restaurants

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  • 1. Grand Central Market

    $ | Downtown | Eclectic

    In continuous operation since 1917, Grand Central Market has always been a hub for ethnic eats from Jewish delis and Asian fishmongers to Italian...Read More

  • 2. Philippe the Original

    $ | Downtown | American

    First opened in 1908, Philippe's is one of L.A.'s oldest restaurants and claims to be the originator of the French dip sandwich. While the debate...Read More

  • 3. Republique

    $$$$ | West Hollywood | French

    This stunning expansive space, originally built for Charlie Chaplin back in the 1920s, serves French delicacies for breakfast, lunch, and dinner...Read More

  • 4. Bea Bea’s

    $ | Burbank | American

    Just because Bea Bea’s is a no-nonsense kind of place, it doesn’t mean the food isn’t special. This diner serves breakfast food that is about...Read More

  • 5. Beefsteak

    $$ | West Hollywood | Vegetarian

    Top Chef alum Marcel Vigneron brings his conscious plant-based cuisine to Melrose. The minimal restaurant features an array of vegetarian delights...Read More

  • 6. Bon Vivant Market and Café

    $$ | Atwater Village | American

    Bon Vivant’s extensive and eclectic breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu, coupled with its fantastic cocktail menu and charming little marketplace...Read More

  • 7. Bottega Louie

    $$$ | Downtown | Italian

    A Downtown dining staple, this lively Italian restaurant and gourmet market features open spaces, stark white walls, and majestic floor-to-ceiling...Read More

  • 8. Café Gratitude

    $$ | Hollywood | Vegetarian

    Of L.A.’s long list of vegan restaurants, this is among the best, with luscious dishes that are also social media worthy. But it’s more than...Read More

  • 9. Canter's

    $ | Fairfax District | Deli

    This granddaddy of L.A. delicatessens (it opened in 1931) cures its own corned beef and pastrami and features delectable desserts from the in...Read More

  • 10. Cassell's Hamburgers

    $ | Koreatown | American

    Since 1948, Cassell’s has been grilling up some of the city's best burgers and remains on just about every top burger list in town. The simple...Read More

  • 11. Cindy’s

    $ | Highland Park | American

    The husband-and-wife team that took over Cindy’s in 2014 never set out to create a trendy space for hipsters looking for their next artisanal...Read More

  • 12. Clementine

    $$ | Century City | Café

    In fast-paced Century City, this quaint restaurant pays homage to comfort food classics. Look for chicken potpie, macaroni and cheese, roast...Read More

  • 13. Dinette

    $ | Echo Park | Café

    Coffee shops may be a dime a dozen, but Dinette stands out. First of all, this is a walk-up-window-only establishment, which gives it a nice...Read More

  • 14. Division 3

    $ | Atwater Village | Café

    Who would have thought that a take-out window concept that serves breakfast sandwiches would ever take off? The folks behind Division 3 and...Read More

  • 15. El Huarache Azteca

    $ | Highland Park | Mexican

    While you definitely should try the flat shoe-shaped dish El Huarache Azteca is named after—think somewhere between a flatbread and a tostada...Read More

  • 16. Gjelina

    $$ | Venice | American

    Gjelina comes alive the minute you walk through the rustic wooden door and into a softly lit dining room with long communal tables. The menu...Read More

  • 17. Good Neighbor Restaurant

    $ | Studio City | American

    Its walls may be heavy with framed photographs of film and TV stars, and folks from the biz might regularly grace its tables, but this Studio...Read More

  • 18. Greenblatt’s Deli

    $$ | West Hollywood | Deli

    In 1926, Herman Greenblatt opened his eponymous deli which serves Jewish deli food, wine, and spirits. The restaurant claims to have the rarest...Read More

  • 19. Grub

    $ | Hollywood | Contemporary

    The name Grub perfectly captures the kind of good, hearty, comforting American food that you’ll feast on at this flower-adorned, 1920s Hollywood...Read More

  • 20. Guelaguetza

    $$ | Koreatown | Mexican

    A classic L.A. Mexican eatery, Guelaguetza serves the complex but not overpoweringly spicy cooking of Oaxaca, one of Mexico's most renowned...Read More

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