For those that happen to work in the West LA area, the stretch of Sawtelle Blvd. between Santa Monica and Olympic, known as "Little Osaka," is an amazing "lunch time cafeteria" devoid of corporate, strip-mall restaurants. Here are some places we enjoy in Little Osaka.
Located on Westwood Boulevard between Wilshire and Pico, the pocket of Persian restaurants near UCLA is in an area officially recognized by the City of Los Angeles as Persian Square, often referred to as Little Persia.
The San Fernando Valley is well-known to foodies as the home to some of the city’s best sushi restaurants. But there’s a lot more to the 818 than yellowtail and omakase. So without further ado, our list of a dozen essential San Fernando Valley restaurants.
For those who think quality goes down with quantity, they’ve surely never been to Los Angeles. These restaurants are the cream of the crop when it comes to group dining in LA — unique, professional and of course, delicious.
Susan Feniger recently released her latest cookbook, Susan Feniger's Street Food, which highlights over 80 recipes based on her global culinary interests. She discusses her dream guest and shares a recipe from her cookbook with dineLA.
The food crafters' movement has taken off since the recession hit, allowing passionate artisans a second lease on their careers. Here are 10 of our favorite purveyors in the L.A. area whose products will fit right in with your home entertaining.
Mexico City native Jimmy Shaw has always loved to cook. He opened his first Loteria Grill at the Original Farmers Market in 2002 and has opened several more since then. In this dineLA interview, Shaw shares his thoughts on the journey.