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Atomix is a restaurant in Nomad where you sit around a counter and eat a 10-course, $175 Korean tasting menu. For a special experience, it’s worth it.
Nyum Bai in Oakland serves Cambodian food that you’re either lucky enough to live by or should be crossing the bay to go get.
The Restaurant at The NoMad in DTLA is a uniquely LA casual-feeling fancy restaurant.
Famous for their buckwheat crepes from Brittany, Breizh Cafe is a perfect affordable lunch in the Marais.
Brutos in the 11th is a sort of Brazilian steakhouse without the all-you-can-eat meat option on the menu - and it's actually charming with good food.
L’Ami Jean is a lively French bistro in the 7th, and it’s on the expensive side, but the food is excellent, exciting, and worth your time.
If you want to hang with Parisians, La Cave a Michel in the 10th is a wine bar you should be going to, especially after dinner in the area.
Septime La Cave in the 11th is an excellent place to grab a bottle of natural wine, some meats, and some cheese before a meal at Septime or Clamato.
Papillon in the 17th is somewhat upscale but also relaxed, and while the menu here is constantly changing, we’ve yet to walk away disappointed.
Lina Stores is a solid pasta bar in Soho that’s perfect for a quick lunch, or a pre/post theatre bite.
Abe Fisher is an upscale dinner spot in Midtown Village serving updated Jewish deli classics, like smoked short ribs and borscht tartare.
Select Oyster Bar is a relaxed Back Bay seafood restaurant and bar with a small but very good menu.
Legal Harborside is a giant seafood restaurant in the Seaport, with multiple dining concepts and a big roof deck with harbor views.