Brett KeatingLA Editorial Assistant
Brett was born and raised in Massachusetts, but got his LA resident card when he walked in on Bob Saget in the Giorgio Baldi bathroom. He likes Trader Joe’s, the Red Sox, and driving too far for tacos. Before The Infatuation, he was an actor, which is why he’s a tiny bit dead inside, and went to a liberal arts college in Connecticut, which is why he talks so much about going to a liberal arts college in Connecticut.
The LA Hit List: The Best New Restaurants In Los Angeles
The LA Hit List: The Best New Restauran...
The best new restaurants in Los Angeles.
Michael’s is a New York-style pizza spot in Beverly Grove that serves good slices and stays open late.
12 Great Restaurants Everyone Forgets About
12 Great Restaurants Everyone Forgets A...
These are the often-forgotten LA restaurants worth remembering.
All the LA restaurant openings you should know about.
10 places where you can drink while you work.
Jay’s Bar in Silver Lake is the kind of dark, divey bar that’s a great place to start or end your night.
Stone Company is a beer store with a bunch of bar seats, an excellent patio, and one of the most interesting beer lists in LA.
Barney’s Beanery in Redondo is a more low-key location of this sports bar mini-chain, with bar games, nachos, and a water view.
You might spend some time trying to find Reggie’s (it’s in the Citibank), but once you’re inside this family-run deli, you'll find great sandwiches.
Three Weavers Brewery in Inglewood makes some of the best beer in LA, and is a great place to spend a weekend day drinking.