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Your guide to dining out in Los Angeles, including restaurant reviews, new restaurant openings, and online reservations to LA's best restaurants

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The best sushi restaurants in LA

LA's sushi game has never been better.

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Sausal

Sausal is a looker, but the food has some catching up to do.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars
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Trois Familia

Is it time for brunch yet?

Time Out says
  • 3 out of 5 stars
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  • 3 out of 5 stars
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Leona

Creative cuisine and a standout brunch is putting Leona on the map.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars
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Gardner Junction

Not your average train car food.

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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  • 5 out of 5 stars
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Where to eat in the San Gabriel Valley

Dim sum, pho, Taiwanese specialties—this list has it all.

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The 100 best dishes and drinks in Los Angeles

We name our favorite entrees, desserts, cocktails and more from 2015.

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The best restaurants in Downtown LA

Cheap ramen joints in Little Tokyo, Spanish tapas near L.A. Live—here are the best Downtown dining spots.

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The most anticipated openings of 2016

9 restaurants and bars we're most excited about opening this year.

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The 8 coolest retro diners in LA

There's just nothing like a great diner.

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Best brunch restaurants

Your weekend morning guide to eating and drinking at the best brunch restaurants in Los Angeles.

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Best Thai restaurants

Discover spicy soups, complex curries and flavorful stir-fries at LA's best Thai restaurants.

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Best cheap eats

These cheap eats pack as much flavor as they do value.

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Best coffee shops

We sipped our way through town to find the best coffee shops in LA.

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Best vegetarian restaurants

LA's best vegetarian-friendly restaurants are as varied as the city's neighborhoods, from meatless Chinese in SGV to an Italian hotspot in Venice.

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Best dim sum

Whether you’re hankering for juicy siu mai or char siu bao, here's your guide to the best dim sum breakfast spots in LA.

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Foodshop Dinners

For those who haven't experienced the culinary magic that Hyejin Cho and Itay Zach have to offer, February might be your chance. With a whole list of set dates for the infamous Foodshop dinners spread throughout the month (both in Echo Park and Venice) be sure to snag your seat for a minimum donation of $70. The menu features classic comfort food: biscuits with honey bourbon sauce, mac and cheese with Granny-Smith apples and truffle oil and, last but not least, free-range fried chicken made with buttermilk batter. No matter what date you choose, it'll feel like a home cooked meal away from home.       

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The Coconut Club pop-up

Check out one of LA's most unique supper clubs, the tiki-themed Coconut Club, for a night of inventive drinks and glamorous theatrics. Start the night off with a welome punch, then segue into a three course meal featuring elaborately garnished cocktails. The emcee of the evening will be on hand to pepper your meal with witty banter and games, as island-themed movies play on the wall behind him. Tickets may be purchased here. 

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Break Bread Pop-Up Dinners

Patiently waiting to visit Break Bread? Here's something that'll make you want to go to the cake and dessert-themed art installation even more. San Francisco's startup, Feastly, will be giving Angeleno's a preview of their dining platform with seven pop-up dinners held in the cake chambers, whose pri-fixe menus will be created by culinary titans. The series will kick off with the Drink. Cake. Drake. dinner, inspired by the artist's lyrics and style. Cuisine will range from American to French and African delicacies, and so much more. 

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LA Weekly's The Essentials

If you’re no stranger to a food coma, you might as well make the next one extra tasty. Head over to California Market Center on February 20 for LA Weekly’s The Essentials—just remember to loosen your belt buckle a notch. For one evening only, the city’s finest restaurants, both hot newcomers and veteran heavyweights, will be on hand to reward sophisticated palates and hungry bellies. Think Republique, The Hungry Cat, Broken Spanish—and for street-food lovers, Kogi BBQ will gladly send one of their best-selling blackjack quesadillas your way. Presale tickets are now are going for $60 a pop (with code THE99TIMEOUT) and open up for everybody on November 23.

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Black Truffle Dinner Series

Chef José Andrés invites you to an unforgettable dining experience: a 16-course, black truffle dinner. Let's recap that: 16 courses. Of black truffles. Get into the spirit (and indulge in absolute gluttony and hedonism) at the Bazaar's private tasting room, SAAM, where you'll sample cocktails, starters, desserts and other bites all prepared with the gourmet gold. Pony up ($250 a person, optional wine pairings available) and prepare for this decadent tasting menu...we suggest stomach stretches now.

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Thirsty Thursdays at Knuckle & Claw

Pair your boozy Thursday nights with $1 oysters at Silver Lake's seafood joint, Knuckle & Claw. To top it off, these lobster club mavens are dishing out frosty beer and wine at half the price through the end of the year (Thursdays only). Grab a pint, chow down on quality grub, and enjoy the #goshuckyourself special. 

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