40 "Beverly Grove"Restaurants in Los Angeles.
A.O.C. in Beverly Grove is fancy and sexy and serves top-notch French food as well. Your sex life can thank us later.
Son of A Gun is the logical ying to the Jon & Vinny crew's even more popular yang: Animal. Bring friends, share plates, and maybe grab an extra Lobster Roll because they’re f*cking excellent.
Angelini Osteria is one of the great Italian restaurants of Los Angeles.
Napoleon And Josephine is an odd little Corsican restaurant and one of the most welcoming spots on Melrose.
Backyard Bowls specializes in two things: acai bowls and appealing to people who look like they're aging in reverse.
A simple sidewalk cafe with some really fantastic soup and sandwiches.
Casual Asian-fusion comfort food to get you through the toughest stretches of the week.
The popular neighborhood spot might not have the best Mexican food in town, but it doesn't have to.
Pistola might not have many surprises up its sleeve but there's something to be said for solid, approachable Italian food.
The original Farmer's Market Location of this local Mexican chain is still worth a visit.
Walking into Mainland Poke for the first time is like being high at the Apple Store. You’re overstimulated and super into it.
It's less about the sushi at Blue Ribbon at the Grove, and more about the fried chicken.
Kings Road is a no-frills Beverly Grove brunch go-to, serving some of the best coffee in Los Angeles.
Du-par’s in The Original Farmer’s Market is an LA diner classic, that’s also open 24 hours a day.
Tart is your poolside brunch extravaganza, with alcoholic punchbowls to make everything alright in the world.