67 "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.
Found Oyster is one of the best seafood restaurants in LA. We love this East Hollywood spot so much, we wish we didn’t have to tell you about it.
Cortina’s is a long-standing Italian deli and market in Anaheim with fantastic cold-cut sandwiches and pizza.
Ma’s Chinese Islamic is a Chinese restaurant in Anaheim with excellent Halal options and plenty of space for big groups.
Le Mirage Pastry is a bakery in Anaheim that serves incredible Syrian ice cream.
Bahay Kubo is an iconic Filipino cafeteria or “turo-turo”-style restaurant in Historic Filipinotown.
Gigi’s is a Cuban bakery and cafe in Historic Filipinotown with some of the best sandwiches and pastries in town.
Jeff’s Table is a not-so-secret deli behind Flask in Highland Park with excellent and innovative sandwiches.
Marouch is an iconic Armenian/Lebanese restaurant in East Hollywood that does amazing things with mezze.
786 Degrees is a quirky pizza place in Sun Valley with out-of-the-box toppings.
Brent’s Deli in Northridge is one of LA’s best - and most iconic - Jewish delis.
Eszett is an Austrian-ish spot on Sunset in Silver Lake, and an ideal place when you want to do date night a little differently.
Alice’s Kitchen is an HK-style cafe in Monterey Park with good food and a great space for big groups.
Come to Golden Leaf in San Gabriel for the vermicelli soup, stay for everything else.
Ho Kee Cafe is a busy Cantonese restaurant in San Gabriel with a very good roast duck.
Fish King is a market in Glendale that has mastered all things seafood - from New England-style fried baskets to true Hawaiian-style poke.