Los Angeles is one of the world's great food cities. From food trucks to Michelin-starred tasting menus, LA has it all. For visitors and locals alike, LA is a feast of global cuisines waiting to be explored. Bring your appetite and start sampling LA's exciting and diverse dining scene.

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Day 1

Your culinary journey begins in the heart of LA, with dining options for every palate and budget. The day includes breakfast at a historic market, an iconic sandwich, and modern Latin fare from a Top Chef alum.

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Grand Central Market

Rise and shine with The Donut Man, Eggslut and G&B!

Tacos dorado de camarones at Mariscos Jalisco
Mariscos Jalisco

Every day is Taco Tuesday at this OG food truck.

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Guisados Downtown L.A.

"Just the way my mom used to make it."

French Dip with pickled eggs at Philippe the Original
Philippe The Original

Customize your French Dip for lunch at its birthplace.

Now Serving at Far East Plaza in Chinatown
Now Serving

Browse a wide selection of cookbooks and food magazines.

Escargots at Oriel in Chinatown

Chill out at this French-inspired wine bar.

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Modern Latin fare from "Top Chef" alum Antonia Lofaso.

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Arts District Brewing Co.

Wind down with craft beers in the Arts District.

Day 2

The Entertainment Capital of the World is also a culinary mecca. After you burn some calories with a popular morning hike, enjoy an al fresco lunch of world-famous Neapolitan pizza. Shop one of LA's best wine stores, then pick up a few records for your collection. Today's highlight is dinner at Michael Cimarusti's Michelin two-star seafood restaurant, Providence.

Oatmeal Griddle Cakes at Salt's Cure
Salt's Cure

The Oatmeal Griddle Cakes have earned a cult following.

"The Batcave" at Bronson Canyon   |  Photo: Yuri Hasegawa
Bronson Canyon

Holy classic TV locations, it's the Batcave!

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L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele

Enjoy the famous "Eat Pray Love" pizza on the lovely patio.

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Amoeba Music

Get your vinyl fix at Amoeba's new El Centro location.

Partida Creus wine tasting at Domaine LA
Domaine LA

Explore 400+ wines from Europe and the US.

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Experience the epic multi-course Chef's Tasting Menu.

The Edmon
The Edmon

Enjoy a nightcap at the Hollywood Historic Hotel.

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Leo's Taco Truck - Hollywood

Yes, you want tacos al pastor at 2am.

Day 3

Another day, another Michelin-starred chef. Your morning starts with a visit to the landmark Original Farmers Market. Next, experience the best of Venice with lunch at The Butcher's Daughter and an unforgettable sunset on the rooftop at Hotel Erwin. And finally, dine on elevated American classics at Dear John's, a collaboration between legendary LA chefs Hans Röckenwagner and Josiah Citrin.

Kimchi Fried Rice at Republique

Order the Kimchi Fried Rice for breakfast. You're welcome.

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Original Farmers Market

Explore 100+ food stalls and vendors at this LA icon.

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The Butcher's Daughter - Venice

Healthy bowls and stone oven pizzas on the patio.

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Abbot Kinney

The Cook's Garden is a must for pro and home chefs alike.

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Venice Beach

World class people watching and more on the Boardwalk.

Rosé bottles at High Rooftop Lounge in Venice Beach
Hotel Erwin

Rosé all day and a lovely sunset at High Rooftop Lounge.

Frank's Spaghetti & Clams at Dear John's
Dear John's

Elevated old school dishes from two legendary LA chefs.

Cocktails at Hatchet Hall in Culver City
Hatchet Hall

Cocktails al fresco at this Culver City favorite.