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Friends & Family is an East Hollywood all-day cafe that’s about to become part of your everyday routine.
Nobu Malibu is one of the most famous sushi restaurants in the world, and it still delivers on all its hype.
The Royce is a fancy steakhouse inside the even fancier Langham Hotel in Pasadena, but it's food is worth the price tag.
Rao’s is the LA location of the classic NYC Italian restaurant, and while the food won’t blow your mind, it’s still very crowd-pleasing.
Sushi Yuzu is one of the most popular casual sushi spots in the Valley, and for good reason.
Ventura Blvd. has more quality sushi joints than it knows what to do with, but Asanebo remains one of its greatest.
Getting to Go’s Mart in Canoga Park can be a journey, but it’s an adventurous sushi experience worth the pilgrimage.
Sushi Ichiban Kan is a massive spot in Woodland Hills that's perfect for a big group sushi outing in the Valley.
As a general rule, sushi joints attached to fast food burger chain should probably be avoided. Unless that place is Got Sushi? in Northridge.
Millie’s in Silverlake is the classic breakfast spot you go to when you need an escape from LA.
Siam Sunset in East Hollywood doesn’t look like much from the outside, but it’s home to the best Thai breakfast in LA.
You’re at this tiny Thai Town spot for one thing - the duck noodle soup. And you’re very happy about it.