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.

Picanha (top sirloin) at Fogo de Chão

dineL.A. Restaurant Week Spotlight: Downtown L.A.

06/25/2015

Discover Los Angeles

Downtown Los Angeles has become one of the city’s most exciting regions, featuring world-class hotels, exciting events and a thriving culinary scene. One of the best ways to discover Downtown L.A.’s restaurants is during Restaurant Week. Read on for selected Downtown L.A. restaurants that are participating, as well as events and hotels that will make your dining experience even more memorable.

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.

Rooftop table at Checkers

The Best Restaurants with a View in Los Angeles

06/17/2015

Ariana Shuris

Nothing quite tops off a great meal better than a spectacular view. There’s just something about the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean or the twinkling of city lights that sets the perfect tone for a light lunch or an evening out. The organic ambiance of a breathtaking sight truly enhances one’s dining experience and adds a touch of sophistication to any date or casual outing. Here are Los Angeles restaurants worth seeking out, even if it’s only just to take in the beautiful views.

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.

Kimchi fried rice at Republique

The Best Restaurants in Los Angeles for Instagram

05/29/2015

Stacey Sun

More than half of Internet-using young adults age 18-29 use Instagram, and without a doubt, many of them are posting photos of what they’re eating. Fortunately for Instagrammers dining out in L.A., there are restaurants across the city that feature gorgeous food that tastes as good as it looks with lots of natural light and beautiful decor. If you want that money shot with guaranteed “likes,” here are our picks for the best restaurants in Los Angeles for Instagram.

Wine bottles at Franco on Melrose

Top 10 BYOB Restaurants in Los Angeles

05/26/2015

Gabrielle Olya

Whether you’re looking to save a few bucks or you just want to enjoy a favorite wine for a special occasion, there are restaurants across Los Angeles that allow you to bring your own bottle for little or no corkage fee. Here are 10 of the best restaurants in L.A. where you can BYOB.

Cheesesteak at Papa Jake's Sub Shop

The Best Cheesesteaks in Los Angeles

05/21/2015

Joshua Lurie

Cheesesteaks have clear ties to Philadelphia, where hot dog vendors Pat and Harry Olivieri were scarfing down links every night before switching things up for dinner one night. Their grilled steak and onion sandwich caught on with cabbies and Harry’s son Frank later added molten Cheez Whiz to the mix. Over the years, Provolone or American cheese have also become popular, as have peppers. Now, the Philly original serves as a touchstone across cultures. From traditional to otherworldly, learn about 10 of the best cheesesteaks in L.A.

Poke at A-Frame

The Best Poke in Los Angeles

05/18/2015

Zach Brooks

Ask us where our favorite poke place in L.A. is and we'll likely answer "Whichever poke place is closest to you." Because at this point, there are versions of Hawaii's take on ceviche in practically every part of the city. Ahi tuna, soy sauce, sesame oil, seaweed and sesame seeds are the constant, along with adding avocado for a few bucks. At newer places you're also likely to find kale, kelp noodles, spicy edamame and coconut flakes tossed in sauces made from sriracha, ponzu or miso. Whether it’s new or old, traditional or modern, there's a poke for everyone. Here are 10 of the best in L.A.

Falafel at Skaf's Lebanese Cuisine

The Best Falafel in Los Angeles

05/08/2015

Joshua Lurie

Falafel, a fritter crafted from garbanzo beans, fava beans or a combination of both beans, has historical ties to Egypt, but can now be found across the Mediterranean and Middle East. Regional nuances are evident in versions from countries like Armenia, Israel, Lebanon and Syria. Color, spicing and shape are key differentiators. Regardless of how they’re made, falafel is having a moment in Los Angeles, with modern interpretations joining classics. Learn about 10 of the best falafels in L.A.

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