From old-fashioned meat joints sporting red leather booths to modern chophouses that serve globally-inspired fare, those that made the cut all have one thing in common: great steak.
By Lauren Aardema, Party Earth writer. A cleansed body and mind, a detoxification from Los Angeles' fumes, and a flatter stomach, these are only a fe...
Best burger in LA? Way too subjective. Here are the burgers I crave most right now.
by Bun Boy Eats LA, LA City Guide for the Menuism Blog photos by Bun Boy Eats LA With a few exceptions, I've been to every major burger establishm...
Mike Ilic kicks off a special fried chicken menu at Gram and Papas in Downtown L.A. tonight beginning at 6:30 p.m.
From BLT tacos to peanut butter carnitas, the most creative tacos in the country.
In Los Angeles, Sawtelle Boulevard is where to go for spectacular soba, Korean short-rib sausages, pristine sushi and more. Here, F&W contributor Jonathan Gold names the spots that make it one of the best foodies streets in America.
Make a sunny Sunday even more wonderful on May 12 by taking mom and the family out to a magnificent Mother's Day brunch. Whether you choose a restaurant at the beach or in Beverly Hills, make sure mom, not the food, is the center of attention.
For a taste of Spain via L.A., chef Sergio Perera, who worked at San Sebastian's Arzak in Spain, as well as at Jean-Georges and Ludobites, pops-up at Echo Park's Cortez starting tonight and tomorrow.
With summer rapidly approaching, it's time to explore your ice cream options in the beach-adjacent parts of town. Assembled here, in no particular order, are five of my favorite purveyors of top-quality, small-batch ice cream.
The classic diner-Formica surfaces, greasy-good fare, sassy waitresses, and all-has long held a special place in the restaurant culture of Los Angeles. In a city this laidback, no matter what food trends come and go, casual diner standards like burgers and shakes have enduring appeal.
Whether you owe the Tax Man a bundle or are expecting a big fat refund, we can treat today, Tax Day, as just another reason to eat and drink on the cheap. Whether it's a discount off of your entire dinner bill or just a $5 cocktail, here are some tasty ways to enjoy April 15.
Mac 'n five kinds of cheese; deviled eggs and bacon; BLT flatbread -- decadent, right? And don't get me started on the butter, made with a coffee-and-bacon reduction. It would be wasted on ordinary bread, but on Chef Jonathan Moulton's biscuits, it's a match made in food heaven.
It's sunny out, which means one thing: sno-balls at the Deli at Little Dom's. Starting today, the Los Feliz deli will have the finely shaved ice treat in raspberry, blueberry, coconut cream and almond cream, with housemade syrups and fresh fruit for toppings.
Sure, it's Grilled Cheese Month, but apparently it's also Pretzel Month, which is a big deal at Tom Bergin's. Throughout the entire month get one of the famous soft pretzels paired with three seven-ounce beers for $9.