This isn’t the coolest restaurant in LA, and that’s just how Marco’s prefers it. Come to this West Hollywood standby on a Saturday morning or a weeknight evening and it will be filled with people who actually live in the area. This is a neighborhood joint that has earned the loyalty those people through good Italian-ish breakfast food, good service, and a bottomless brunch without the insane crowds you’ll find at nearby spots.
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Connie And Ted’s
Connie & 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.
Barney's original location in West Hollywood still has that old-school charm and vibe you want.
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Joan’s on Third
Joan’s On Third is as much a part of LA as tourists trying to find the Hollywood sign.
Lucques is a West Hollywood industry staple, but one that ultimately feels pretty boring.
Messhall Kitchen has all the touchstones of the camp experience: an all wood, cabin-like décor, a menu full of comfort foods, and their logo, a tree, can be found everywhere down to the plates. It also has all the touchstones of a damn good restaurant.
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Laurel Hardware has a sleek interior hidden from the public eye, a menu chock full of things that white girls recognize, and a crowd that’s somehow even more gorgeous than its surroundings. What more could you want? For starters, fully cooked food and a waitress who will return to the table at some point.
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