Le Petit Four exists on that weird stretch of the Sunset Strip full of crowded restaurants you always drive past and wonder who’s actually eating there. Then your cousin Tamra from Charlotte visits and asks to go to Le Petit Four and your question is answered. The touristy French spot isn’t godawful, but you’re also paying $20 for a plate of fettuccine alfredo you could probably make at home in the dark with a jar of Prego. Silver lining - their wine list is actually very solid.
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Carlitos Gardel Restaurant
Carlitos Gardel is a consistent, if not slightly by-the-books Argentinian restaurant that’s an ideal dinner spot for when the parents come to town.
Connie And Ted’s
Connie and Ted’s used to be the most popular restaurant in LA. Now it’s just a neighborhood spot, and so much better because of it.
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Cafe Midi is a strange little cafe in an antique furniture store on La Brea and is serving some surprisingly solid French staples.
Bell’s is a tremendous French bistro in Los Alamos, and the kind of place that makes you want to leave city life behind and move to the country.
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