41 "See And Be Seen" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Game-changing, delicious French food in an incredible space in Mid-Wilshire. Hop on the Republique train.
Dan Tana’s is an LA classic and the kind of place where every night feels like a celebration.
Cassia feels like a Santa Monica clubhouse. One filled with truly fantastic Southeast Asian food.
Nobu Malibu is one of the most famous sushi restaurants in the world, and it still delivers on all its hype.
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.
No, Pizzeria Mozza is not the best pizza in LA. But that doesn’t mean it’s not still a good restaurant.
Giorgio Baldi is an Italian restaurant in the Palisades and one of the most insane celebrity hideouts in the city.
The classic Beverly Hills deli is straight up comfort food nirvana.
The Tasting Kitchen might forever reside in Gjelina’s shadow, but that doesn’t mean we won’t give it some well-earned time in the sun.
Scopa serves very solid Italian-American food, but this Venice spot is more about having a fun night out.
Beverly Hills has no shortage of hotel rooftop pool bars, but The Rooftop Grill at The Montage is far and away the best one.
All'acqua has solid, if slightly underwhelming cocktail and salad menus, but they set the course for some absolutely magical entrees. When taken as a whole, it makes for a more than solid meal.
Wally's Beverly Hills is a wine shop and restaurant perfect for after-work drinks.
The New York health conscious-spot arrives in Venice. The food won’t blow you away, but it’s better than most other options in this part of town.