Restaurants Near Los Angeles Museums

03/14/2013

Joshua Lurie

There’s a constant dialogue about whether or not food is art, and that’s a conversation that has no clear-cut resolution. However, one thing’s for sure: people who experience art in museums need sustenance before or after their excursions. Here are some of our favorite restaurants located near key Los Angeles cultural institutions.

Top Must-Try Burgers in Los Angeles

03/14/2013

Joshua Lurie

There’s no doubt, Angelenos are believers in burgers. Los Angeles County has hundreds of burger outlets and we’ve been savvy enough to produce In-N-Out, a regional chain that started in Baldwin Park and still has street cred. LA is the birthplace of Umami Burger, which is expanding nationally and seems destined for a global stage. There are more local spots that deserve national recognition for their burgers, including the timeless Bill & Hiroko’s and the contemporary Father’s Office. Here are 10 of our other favorite burger options in Los Angeles.

The Best Restaurants in Hollywood

03/14/2013

Tara de Lis

Like all great actors, Hollywood is constantly reinventing itself. At various times, it’s been known as the home of pioneering movie studios, the first Academy Awards ceremony, an Art Deco treasure trove, a punk rock stomping ground, a tourist T-shirt mecca, and an epicenter of nightlife. These restaurants, from as far back as 1919 to more recent openings, have helped to establish Hollywood as one of the hottest dining and drinking destinations in the city.

Elan Gale's Los Angeles

02/15/2013

Elan Gale

Elan Gale, producer of the Bachelor and director of Looking for Lenny, shares his favorite places in L.A. to browse records, indulge in omakase or try a basil pepper martini.

The Seoul Sausage Team's Los Angeles

02/06/2013

Seoul Sausage

Chris Oh, Ted Kim and Yong Kim conceived Seoul Sausage Company as a new way to eat Korean BBQ. After taking home the victory (and a new truck!) on the third season of The Food Network’s Great Food Truck Race, the team opened their first brick-and-mortar establishment in Little Osaka. Check out their favorite places for Korean bar food, el pastor burritos and breathtaking views.

Alli Webb's Picks for dineLA's Restaurant Week

01/28/2013

Alli Webb

Alli Webb, the founder of Drybar, opened the first Drybar location in LA back in February 2010 and has since expanded to an additional 24 locations in California, Arizona, Texas, New York, Washington, D.C. and Georgia. Alli gives us her top picks for dineLA Restaurant Week.

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