Jess Basser SandersLA Managing Editor
Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Jess has lived in Los Angeles for four years and is now fully assimilated. She drives everywhere, hates cold weather, and somehow even enjoys exercise. As a child, she only ate about five foods - six if you count things that come off "the barbie" as one. Obviously things have changed. She also recently educated the rest of the team on the Australian sport of "net ball" which is objectively not a sport.
Happening Right Now: New LA Restaurant Intel
Happening Right Now: New LA Restaurant ...
The LA restaurant intel to know right now.
We were sad when Ink closed, but now Ink.well in West Hollywood is doing many of the same great dishes in a more casual, approachable setting.
Prawn in Grand Central Market has a long menu of seafood-centric (and pretty mediocre) bowls, salads, and sandwiches.
PBJ.LA in Grand Central Market is trying to reinvent PB&J sandwiches. We just don't think they needed reinventing.
Met Her At A Bar in Mid-Wilshire is a casual neighborhood breakfast spot, and a good place to get work done.
Where To Eat When You’re Using The Corporate Card
Where To Eat When You’re Using The Corp...
The LA restaurants that are fancy enough to impress, with food you’ll actually enjoy.
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.
Mastro's in Malibu might be a chain, but it's one where you get to stare into the ocean and eat steak that costs more than your monthly coffee budget.
Baltaire is the only steakhouse in Brentwood, so naturally it's filled with studio execs throwing down their corporate cards.
We all know the food at Gjusta in Venice is great. The real question is, is it worth the trouble? We say yes.
MTN is another Venice restaurant from the Gjelina crew, this one serving house-made ramen and Japanese pub food that’s worth the inevitable wait.