Bar Amá & Animal – Eater LA

11 Super Secret Off-Menu Items Worth Trying in Los Angeles There’s no more delicious pat on the back than ordering an off-menu item in LA. It’s partly because of the nod of respect the waiter gives you after ordering the secret dish, but mainly because what comes out of the kitchen is some of the […]

Providence & Bar Amá – LA Eater

The 22 Best Restaurant Bars in Los Angeles, Mapped Yesterday we compiled the most important cocktail bars in Los Angeles, places that mainly exist to serve drinks. Today, for Cocktail Week, Eater LA builds a compilation of restaurants that have stellar cocktails, the kind of drinks that you’d be happy to drink in a standalone bar. Instead, […]

Nick + Stef’s – LA Eater

Nick + Stef’s Gets a Glorious Modern Refresh in Downtown’s Bunker Hill The revered steakhouse comes back to life. Back in May, the Patina Group’s own Nick + Stef’s Steakhouse decided to take a little break following a 15 year Downtown run as one of the city’s pre-eminent chop shops. The plan was to rehab and […]

American Tea Room – Zagat

Now Sipping: American Tea Room Debuts in the Arts District ust when Downtown LA is almost overflowing with high-test cold brews and house-roasted espresso, a sleek, calming tea room debuts. The American Tea Room, which has a mostly retail location in Beverly Hills, opened in the Arts District right across from Stumptown Coffee and in […]

Bar Amá – LA Magazine

The 10 Friendliest Places in L.A. Travel + Leisure readers who voted us an unfriendly city, this one’s for you Los Angeles is a nice place. It’s a bright city that resonates happiness—probably because of all the Vitamin D it soaks up from the near-constant sunshine. It’s a city that’s literally and figuratively warm. At […]

The Chairman – LA Eater

SF’s The Chairman Brings Chinese Bao Buns and Rice Bowls to Arts District The food truck-turned-standalone is expanding to L.A. There’s a chance you’ve seen The Chairman’s panda-fied logo while wandering around San Francisco on vacation. The longtime food truck expanded into a Tenderloin brick and mortar just this past spring, but now comes word that they’re […]

Seoul Sausage – LA Eater

Seoul Sausage Company Hits Little Tokyo With Sunlight, Sausage, and Lots of Beer Opening right after Labor Day. It’s almost sausage time in Little Tokyo. Seoul Sausage Company to be specific, as the Korean sausage team behind the former food truck turned Sawtelle Japantown brick and mortar has hit the finish line on their latest project […]

Bar Ama – LA Weekly

10 BEST RESTAURANTS FOR BRUNCH IN LOS ANGELES Brunch is done well in Los Angeles, a town that’s experienced in mash-ups. Blending two of the day’s meals in one, brunch is an invitation to flout what you may think you know about breakfast or lunch. In L.A., the brunch’s history is less in line with […]

El Cholo & Chinois – Zagat

17 Throwback Restaurants You Have to Visit in LA Those who say that Los Angeles has no history clearly haven’t eaten at Philippe the Original or Musso & Frank. These are just two of the oldest restaurants still operating today, places that harken back to a simpler time. Some of the most iconic restaurants might […]

Connie & Ted’s and The Factory Kitchen – Eater LA

Four Restaurants to Try This Weekend in Los Angeles Every week, Eater editors offer spots to eat at over the weekend. Every Friday, you probably think of the same question: where should I eat this weekend? Well, every week Eater LA will compile a handy dandy set of recommendations. Here now, four places to try this […]