If your Instagram feed looks anything like ours, photos of drool-worthy dishes and gorgeous coffee shop interiors are continuously surfacing. And more often that not, they're coming from the same places—restaurants and bars and food stands that have been stylishly snapped since their first day in business. Even LA's most popular Instagram accounts are in on the frenzy. The best thing to do? Embrace it. Here, the most popular food and drink destinations in LA to show up on your feed. In-N-Out, we just can't quit you.
Don't want to wait in the Sqirl line for brunch? Just scroll through your phone. You'll be able to live vicariously through everyone else taking photos of the rice bowls and toast.
There is nothing ugly about Bottega Louie's macarons. Nothing.
Between the gorgeous interior (those tiles!) and the ridiculously photogenic food, République is guaranteed to be in your feed all day, every day.
As the stall with the longest line at Grand Central Market, you're sure as hell going to take a photo of your meal once it's finally in your hands...45 minutes later.
Roy Choi's vegetable-driven restaurant on the roof of the Line Hotel is like a little secret garden...that serves alcohol in buckets.
Tourists, food bloggers, locals—everyone seems to want to prove that, yes, they did order that Double Double with extra cheese. We're not judging.
With an endless combination of cookies and ice cream, no two Coolhaus pictures look the same. It's like a snowflake. A delicious, sugary snowflake.
Alfred's "But First, Coffee" sign, its black and white tile floor and signature moustache emblem all make this coffee shop—and its two sister locations—prime Instagram material.
This we know: As long as people keep lining up for Pink's famous hot dogs, they will keep taking photos of said hot dogs. We can't explain it either.
Whether it's the snazzy tile floor at the Silver Lake location, or the intricate latte designs in Pasadena, the coffee shop is always being snapped—probably by the 11 types of people you'll find there.