Los Angeles has over 8,000 restaurants, spread across 503 square miles, offering every cuisine imaginable, and then some.
The future of food is happening at the intersection of supreme nutrition and culinary art. Yes, you can have a meal that's both scrumptious and healthy. Yes, you can enjoy an atmosphere that's both elegant and sustainable. Yes, you can do well and do good.
Want to give your next night out a splash of something special? Whether you like your drinks shaken or stirred, up or on the rocks, get inspired by these LA hot spots mixing up refreshing handcrafted cocktails:
Bret Witke was born to design Los Angeles culture. His destiny started at an early age while he watched his mother help design Disneyland's forever iconic Tomorrowland.
Take either of those fried oh-so-irresistible crunchy bits of yumminess and top them with anything gooey and you've got our attention. We're ready to dive in, no napkins needed, thank you. We'll just lick our fingers.
The story of Golden Mean Vegan Cafe is an ironic story about the law of attraction.
Los Angeles is undoubtedly one of the best foodie cities in the country. From Mexican, to Vietnamese, to food truck fare, they've got it all and it's all sooooo good.
We put them on waffles, in salads, in cocktails, in smoothies and in ice cream -- and we're big fans of the toss-them-into-our-mouths technique.
We love to soak up every bit of summer that we can, day or night. Here is our list of the best places to indulge this summer.
The intimate yet airy location brings Angelenos a full array of flavors from various parts of Peru.
We're opting instead for another raw fish dish: crudo.
Angelenos have it all: gorgeous climate, a thriving arts scene and wonderful time stuck in cars.
Ritualistic in Los Angeles, Sunday brunch inspires us to find quality midday meals across the city... preferably al fresco. Rarely returning to a sp...
Show up on time for your reservation. This helps the whole operation run smoothly.
LA offers a desirable place for friends and family to vacation. Living in Downtown Los Angeles, we often welcome visitors through our door for week...
When my husband and I go to a restaurant we enjoy all of the things I mentioned; however, when the customer becomes second fiddle to the owner, I object.