270 "Dining Solo" restaurants in Los Angeles.
We’re saying it right now. Langer’s has the best pastrami sandwich in the world.
Baroo Canteen is a Korean-ish food stall in an East Hollywood swapmeet that’s serving some of the most unique food in LA.
Cento, a lunch-only spot inside Mignon Wine Bar in DTLA, serves some of the best pasta in the city.
This Eastside seafood truck is home to one of the best tacos you’ll find in the city.
For outstanding pasta on the Westside, look no further than Felix on Abbot Kinney in Venice.
Spoon By H is a tiny dessert cafe in Beverly Grove that also happens to serve some of our favorite Korean food in LA.
Chengdu Taste serves some incredibly spicy food, but this Szechuan spot is one of the best restaurants in Los Angeles.
We all know the food at Gjusta in Venice is great. The real question is, is it worth the trouble? We say yes.
One of LA’s finest Italian restaurants, Osteria Mozza in Hollywood is still very much at the top of its game.
Sapp Coffee Shop is a Thai Town staple that serves a boat noodle soup you never knew you needed so badly.
Destroyer, a futuristic daytime spot in Culver City, has some of the most interesting food coming out of LA right now.
The Santa Monica location of downtown deli Wexler’s is just as good as the original.
At Kismet Falafel in Grand Central Market, you’ll find falafel like you’ve never seen it before.