50 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
Jon & Vinny’s on Fairfax is an incredible take on American-Italian food, and it’s a place we go back to again and again.
Game-changing, delicious French food in an incredible space in Mid-Wilshire. Hop on the Republique train.
Son Of A Gun is a seafood restaurant in Beverly Grove that’s one of the most consistent places to eat in Los Angeles.
Salazar in Frogtown is a Mexican BBQ restaurant that’s teaching LA how to be its best self.
The Restaurant at The NoMad in DTLA is a uniquely LA casual-feeling fancy restaurant.
Santa Monica’s Rustic Canyon may have hit it’s tween years, but this farm-to-table spot is better than ever.
Factory Kitchen tends to gets overshadowed by its famous Arts District neighbors, but it’s one of the best Italian spots in Los Angeles.
Craft is a Tom Colicchio restaurant in Century City. Which sounds boring, but really isn’t.
Belle Vie is a casual French bistro in Brentwood that’s going to be your new neighborhood hangout (even if you’re not a local).
Pollo A La Brasa is not only the best Peruvian-style chicken spot in Koreatown, it’s one of the best places to eat in the entire neighborhood.
Plain and simple, Sugarfish is the highest-quality sushi at the best price in town, and the Beverly Hills location is no exception.
La Morra Pizzeria is a portable pizza oven with fantastic Neapolitan-style pizza, popping up all over the city.
Cosa Buona in Echo Park proves that a neighborhood pizzeria joint can actually exist in LA.