40 "See And Be Seen" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Soho House is a members-only club in West Hollywood filled with celebrity offspring and gorgeously made martinis.
Sorra is everything you want in a Hollywood bar - great rooftop views, a full dinner menu, strong drinks, and strangely, it’s never too crowded.
Scopa serves very solid Italian-American food, but this Venice spot is more about having a fun night out.
Cassia feels like a Santa Monica clubhouse. One filled with truly fantastic Southeast Asian food.
Tom Tom is yet another Lisa Vanderpump restaurant that you don’t need to be eating at.
Pump is one of the dullest, most meaningless restaurants in all of West Hollywood.
No. 10 is about what you’d expect from an expensive Italian restaurant on W. 3rd St. So it’s pretty boring.
Giorgio Baldi is an Italian restaurant in the Palisades and one of the most insane celebrity hideouts in the city.
Gjelina in Venice is one of LA’s most iconic restaurants, but it also doesn’t feel nearly as special as it did when it opened.
Inko Nito is a very pretty Japanese restaurant in the Arts District with food that never gets above mediocre.
Apotheke is a speakeasy/jazz bar with expensive cocktails, a great patio, and a crowd there to see and be seen.
Nobu Malibu is one of the most famous sushi restaurants in the world, and it still delivers on all its hype.
Dan Tana’s is an LA classic and the kind of place where every night feels like a celebration.
Toca Madera, a healthy Mexican restaurant on a trendy stretch of W 3rd Street, is the place to go if you want a scene but you also want decent food.
Be your best Jenner and head to the Nice Guy in West Hollywood, an Italian restaurant to see and be seen.