200 "Outdoor/Patio Situation" restaurants in Los Angeles.
A burger joint in Hollywood on La Brea, Burgers 99 serves great fast food-style burgers that pay homage to everything from In-N-Out to McDonald’s.
Pearl River Deli is an order-at-the-counter restaurant in Chinatown serving modern takes on Cantonese food.
The Fifth is a rooftop bar/restaurant in Anaheim with great views of Disneyland and a touristy crowd that’s ready to get rowdy.
Larchmont Wine & Cheese continues to make some of our favorite sandwiches in Los Angeles - make sure to get there early.
Bloom & Plume is a very colorful, very vibrant coffee shop in Historic Filipinotown.
Dollar Hits is a Filipino street party in Historic Filipinotown serving $1 skewers.
Clark Street Bread’s first stand-alone bakery in Echo Park is bigger, better, and buttery-er.
Marco Polo is a sunny restaurant at the Silver Lake Pool & Inn that specializes in seafood-y Italian.
Yapa is a very good Peruvian-Japanese restaurant in Little Tokyo that’s perfect for any kind of date night.
Malibu’s Broad Street Oyster Company is the grown-up version of a pop-up, and the ultimate LA seafood destination.
Ali’i Fish Company in El Segundo serves authentic, Hawaiian-style poke, which puts it in the running for the best poke spot in all of Los Angeles.
Chao Krung is one of the oldest Thai restaurants in LA with a newly revamped menu that’s tremendous.
The former Lowell Cafe - now the Original Cannabis Cafe - is the first cannabis restaurant in America. It’s basically a dispensary with food.