Brant Cox

LA Editor

Born and raised in Illinois, Brant moved to LA 6 years ago because except for Tilda Swinton, humans don’t naturally belong in winter. In his spare time, Brant enjoys tweeting about the chaos of Trader Joe’s parking lots and attending Corgi social gatherings throughout the region.

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17 Great Brunch Spots That Take Reservations

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17 Great Brunch Spots That Take Reserva...

Excellent brunch spots where you can plan ahead and make a reservation.

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Saddle Peak Lodge

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Saddle Peak Lodge

Saddle Peak is a massive, lodge-themed restaurant up in the Santa Monica mountains and a meat-lovers paradise worthy of the trip.

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Church & State

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Church & State

Church & State might be one of the older restaurants in the Arts District, but it’s still definitely worth your time.

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The LA Hit List: The Best New Restaurants In Los Angeles

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The LA Hit List: The Best New Restauran...

The best new restaurants in Los Angeles.

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Verlaine

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Verlaine

Verlaine isn’t a perfect restaurant (yet), but it’s still home to some excellent and very modern Mexican food.

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Umeda

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Umeda

Umeda is a Japanese spot run by a former Nobu chef whose unique food makes up for very hefty prices.

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Mh Zh

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Mh Zh

Mh Zh is a new Mediterranean spot in Sunset Junction and home to some of the prettiest (and most delicious) food you’ll find on the Eastside.

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The Bar Greatest Hits List: The 26 Best Bars In Los Angeles

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The Bar Greatest Hits List: The 26 Best...

The 26 best bars in Los Angeles.

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Ye Rustic Inn

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Ye Rustic Inn

Ye Rustic Inn is an Eastside classic and a great place to watch a game, eat some chicken wings, and get a little weird.

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Akbar

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Akbar

Akbar is the antithesis to the Weho gay scene and everything you want in a neighborhood bar.

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Barkowski

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Barkowski

A dive bar named after an alcoholic poet? Yeah, Barkowski is as weird and wonderful as you think it is.

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Chez Jay

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Chez Jay

Chez Jay is classic beachside drinking hole and one of the few remaining places in Santa Monica that can actually still get weird.

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