28 "Fairfax"Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Jon & Vinny's on Fairfax is an incredible take on American-Italian food, and the kind of place we go back to again and again.
West Hollywood might be miles from the coast, but Cape Seafood just brought it a lot closer.
Sugarfish is an institution - and the best $30 sushi game in town. The Fairfax location follows the formula, and even has generally shorter wait times.
Bludso’s got her big Hollywood makeover but luckily, it didn’t change her. At the end of the day, it's still about what’s important: the people, the conversation and that sweet, sweet tray of BBQ.
Smack in the middle of one of the busiest strips in town (Melrose), Maré is the secret patio you need to hit before everyone else finds it.
You come to Cofax for three words: the breakfast burrito. It's the only thing on the menu, and potentially one of the best in the city.
Napoleon And Josephine is an odd little Corsican restaurant and one of the most welcoming spots on Melrose.
With Spartina, Melrose finally got what it always needed. A neighborhood pasta joint that never takes itself too seriously.
Canter's is a Los Angeles classic. Come late night for a pastrami reuben and some very entertaining people watching.
Plan Check in Hollywood is the best first date spot in town. Thank us in the morning.
A coffee shop and cafe in Hollywood that doesn't feel like your second office.
The New York-iest bar in Los Angeles, the Village Idiot is always there when you need it, and the British pub food is good too.
Tatsu is the future not just because of its iPad wall waiters. It’s the future because it’s perfectly streamlined, yet highly personalized. Quick and easy, and downright delicious.
Long before the bowl trend in eating hit Los Angeles, chirashi was being served in sushi joints all around town. And Murakami is still among the best.