60 "Celebrity Sightings" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Despite its clubby interior, you’re not going to be mad about a meal at Katsuya Brentwood - especially if you get the tuna and crispy rice.
A mostly Italian spot in the West Hollywood-iest part of West Hollywood, Olivetta serves enough good pastas that you’ll be happy about your meal here.
Manhattan Beach’s Sushi I-Naba is one of the best sushi spots in the South Bay, and an utterly unique and special experience.
Jones Hollywood is a classic spot that works for pretty much anything, and is the version Hollywood we actually wish existed.
Malibu’s Broad Street Oyster Company is the grown-up version of a pop-up, and the ultimate LA seafood destination.
American Beauty is a new steakhouse in Venice, and pretty much exactly what you’d expect from a Venice steakhouse - in the best possible way.
An excellent soul food spot with two locations in Inglewood (and one in Crenshaw), Dulan’s is a neighborhood institution.
Wolvesmouth is a prix fixe dinner party in the Los Feliz/East Hollywood that’s a truly unique LA experience.
Soho House is a members-only club in West Hollywood filled with celebrity offspring and gorgeously made martinis.
Union is the best restaurant in Pasadena, and one of the best Italian restaurants in all of LA.
Craig’s is one of the most celebrity-packed restaurants in LA - and also one of the most boring.
Mr. Chow is a classic Chinese restaurant in Beverly Hills and a non-stop party every day of the week.
Mon Li is a $150 cocktail omakase in Malibu, with things like mole old fashioneds and sea sponge negronis.
Chateau Hanare is an upscale Japanese restaurant that feels a lot like a hotel restaurant.