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Your guide to the best of L.A.’s food and drink scene

Review: Bari

Skewers are the star of the show at Chad Colby’s new Apulia-inspired spot on West 3rd Street.

Settle in at L.A.'s 12 coziest restaurants and bars

Settle in at L.A.'s 12 coziest restaurants and bars

Embrace hygge at these cozy restaurants and bars across the city.

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Restaurant and bar reviews: the revival

Bari

Skewers are the star of the show at Chad Colby’s new Apulia-inspired spot on West 3rd Street.

Bar Lis

Bar Lis

Decent drinks and Lincoln Carson's canapés barely save this French Riviera-inspired rooftop bar from its own elitist superficiality.

Kinkan

Kinkan

In a relaxed, grandma-chic Virgil Village restaurant, self-taught chef Nam Yimcharoen's incredible dinner omakase blends Thai and Japanese cuisine.

Issima

Issima

Issima prioritizes style over substance in a sceney resort atmosphere that’s ideal for influencers—and basically no one else. 

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Where to find L.A.'s best craft cider

Where to find L.A.'s best craft cider

Cider, whether dry or sweet, is a perfect refresher. Traditionally made from apples, though sometimes utilizing pears and other fruit, it's an ideal way...

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Where to eat in L.A.

Best restaurants by neighborhood

Highland Park

Highland Park

Eat your way through eclectic, vegan-friendly Highland Park, where you can find Mexican, Taiwanese, bagels and more.

Santa Monica

Santa Monica

Will there be traffic? Probably. Will it be hard to find parking? Unless you’re around Third Street, probably. But will the food be worth it? Yep.

Venice

Venice

Between the boardwalk and bustling Abbot Kinney, this changing beach neighborhood is full of destination-worthy, delicious places to eat.

Downtown

Downtown

Downtown dining shows no signs of slowing down, and that’s the way we like it.

Hollywood

Hollywood

Grab yourself something delicious to eat the next time you find yourself in Tinseltown.  

Malibu

Malibu

You don’t have to live the surf lifestyle to work up an appetite—just glancing at these Malibu menus will do the trick.

Find great restaurants by dish

Sushi

Sushi

L.A.'s got the best sushi in the country, hands down.

Tacos

Tacos

Take a tour of the best tacos in Los Angeles, from brick-and-mortar spots to walk-up stands and food trucks.

Sushi

L.A.'s got the best sushi in the country, hands down.

Sushi

Sushi

L.A.'s got the best sushi in the country, hands down.

Tacos

Tacos

Take a tour of the best tacos in Los Angeles, from brick-and-mortar spots to walk-up stands and food trucks.

Burgers

Burgers

There's a little rumor going around that Angelenos subsist on kale and juice cleanses. In a word: Nope.

Dim Sum

Dim Sum

Here's where to find plump har gao, meaty shumai, BBQ pork buns, roast duck and old-school rolling carts.

Ice Cream

Ice Cream

Endless summers means endless scoops of classic and farmers-market flavors all year long. 

Find great restaurants by cuisine

Chinese

Chinese

While many of L.A.'s best Chinese restaurants are in the San Gabriel Valley, there are plenty of worthy options in the city proper.  

Filipino

Filipino

Filipino cuisine deserves more attention than it’s been given, but thankfully, it's on the rise.

Japanese

Japanese

L.A.’s love for sushi extreme that you’d think it was the only Japanese cuisine around, but that's simply not the case.

Thai

Thai

L.A. has no shortage of spice-laden seafood, curries, papaya salads and sinus-clearing stir-fries.

Spanish

Spanish

You'll find the bold, garlicky flavors of the Iberian Peninsula all around L.A, from traditional paella and croquetas to imported jamón.

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