Ajaragan with sujuk at Ani Bakery

Where to Find Breakfast Pizza in Los Angeles

06/26/2015

Joshua Lurie

Who said people could only have pizza for lunch or dinner? Throw an egg on top and suddenly your pizza is suitable for breakfast. Some of the finest specimens draw on traditions from Italy, America, the Middle East and former Soviet Republics. Learn where to find 10 top breakfast pizzas that L.A. restaurants serve during breakfast or brunch.

Taco sampler plate at Guisados

10 Lunches Under $10 in Downtown L.A.

06/22/2015

Zach Brooks

Lunch has long been a haven for the budget eater, with "specials" and "deals" populating noontime menus all around the city. But one person's bargain is another one's splurge, so "cheap eats" lists can often run the gamut. So let's make it easy for you. Here are 10 places in Downtown L.A. where you could walk in with $10 and eat a delicious and filling lunch.

Hama Sushi in Downtown L.A.

The Best Sushi in Downtown Los Angeles

06/12/2015

Clarissa Wei

It’s a great time to be a sushi aficionado. The Japanese food scene in Los Angeles is stronger than ever as the American palate is evolving to be less squeamish towards raw fish and much more inclined towards simplicity than the fanciful mayonnaise-drenched rolls of yesteryear. There seems to be sushi at every corner in Los Angeles, but Downtown L.A. in particular boasts a diversity of options. Little Tokyo in itself is sushi central and not far from it are powerhouses like Sushi Zo and Sugarfish. You’ll get a good mix of affordable plus luxurious choices – all without driving very far.

Green Tea Monster pancakes at Bea Bea's

Great Places to Eat Near Universal Studios Hollywood

06/08/2015

Joshua Lurie

Universal Studios Hollywood℠ is more popular than ever, thanks to The Simpsons™, Fast & Furious - Supercharged, and the impending arrival of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™. Still, people can’t live on Krusty burgers and butter beer alone. Before or after visiting the theme park, swing by one of our favorite restaurants within a two-mile radius. Bonus: this guide also benefits people who live or work in the area.

Ribeye at EsCaLA

The Best Non-Korean Restaurants in Koreatown

03/04/2015

Joshua Lurie

By now, it should be clear that Koreatown features the most compelling collection of Korean restaurants outside of the motherland. However, people may not know that restaurateurs carrying flags for other cuisines are flocking to the neighborhood. Learn about some of the best non-Korean dining options in Koreatown.

Tonkotsu ramen at Ramen Champ

The Best New Restaurants in Chinatown

02/20/2015

Joshua Lurie

The Chinese American community in Los Angeles dates to the 1850s, but it wasn’t until 1938 that the Downtown L.A. neighborhood that once held Little Italy officially became known as Chinatown. Now, almost seven decades later, Chinatown is experiencing a revival. Restaurants like Eastside Market Italian Deli, Nick’s Café, Philippe the Original, Phoenix Inn and Sam Woo are still going strong, but here are 10 top picks from a new crop of restaurants.

Margherita pizzas at Olio GCM Wood Fired Pizzeria

The Best of Grand Central Market

12/18/2014

Joshua Lurie

Grand Central Market (GCM) has been a Downtown L.A. staple since 1917, but only recently have the owners gathered a new generation of food and drink vendors. Yes, GCM institutions like China Cafe, Roast To Go and Tacos Tumbras A Tomas are still going strong, but here’s a chance to learn about 11 of the best new food and drink options at Grand Central Market.

Tuna carpaccio at Okumura

Top Restaurants on Ventura Boulevard

10/09/2014

Clarissa Wei

Ventura Boulevard is the main artery of the San Fernando Valley, a straight east-to-west shot from Studio City to Calabasas. It’s where you'll find all the cool shops: there are malls, yoga studios, vintage stores, bars and a multicultural variety of restaurants. Here are the top places to eat on Ventura Boulevard.

Relleno negro taco at La Flor de Yucatan

The Best Restaurants in the Mid-City of Los Angeles

08/22/2014

Bill Esparza

In recent years, Angelenos have followed acclaimed chefs to their latest restaurant openings in Downtown L.A. and other hot foodie neighborhoods around town. But the Mid-City area, the heart of L.A., is still full of vitality. Mid-City encompasses part of Koreatown, one of the principal Oaxacan neighborhoods, and the multicultural Byzantine-Latino Quarter, among other international enclaves. Today, in addition to its edgy chef-driven restaurant scene, Los Angeles is recognized all over the world for its multicultural dining experiences. Here are 10 reasons why Mid-City is one of the most important dining neighborhoods in Los Angeles.

Beverly Hills Hotel Restaurants

07/25/2014

Tara de Lis

When people think of Beverly Hills restaurants, the concept evokes the pinnacle of the fine dining experience: fantastic food, polished service and luxurious décor. These five hotel restaurants in Beverly Hills are a quintessential part of the Los Angeles experience. From a world-class steakhouse to culinary chemistry, get a taste of some of the most epicurean indulgences in the city.When people think of Beverly Hills restaurants, the concept evokes the pinnacle of the fine dining experience: fantastic food, polished service and luxurious décor. These five hotel restaurants in Beverly Hills are a quintessential part of the Los Angeles experience. From a world-class steakhouse to culinary chemistry, get a taste of some of the most epicurean indulgences in the city.

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