You’ve probably heard there’s some good new restaurants downtown. Guess what? There’s some great old ones too. Colori Kitchen isn’t some historic time capsule - just a casual, family-run Italian joint in the heart of DTLA and the kind of place you don’t find down there anymore. The food is delicious and affordable, and it’s also BYOB.
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China Cafe, in Downtown LA's Grand Central Market, has been serving Chinese-American classics since 1959.
One of the more impressive restaurants in the city, 71Above still lacks enough reasons to go there.
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Sapor is an Italian-ish restaurant in Koreatown that’s good for a client lunch or post-work dinner.
Jon & Vinny’s
Jon & Vinny’s second outpost is in Brentwood, and - like the original - has fantastic Italian food and massive crowds.
No. 10 is about what you’d expect from an expensive Italian restaurant on W. 3rd St. So it’s pretty boring.
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