Jess Basser SandersLA Managing Editor
Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Jess has lived in Los Angeles for four years and is now fully assimilated. She drives everywhere, hates cold weather, and somehow even enjoys exercise. As a child, she only ate about five foods - six if you count things that come off “the barbie” as one. Obviously things have changed. She also recently educated the rest of the team on the Australian sport of “net ball” which is objectively not a sport.
Where To Have Dinner For Around $30 In Santa Monica
Where To Have Dinner For Around $30 In ...
The 12 best places to eat for around $30 in Santa Monica.
Appeasing the parents is no easy task. But we’re here to offer some guidance when it comes to taking them out to eat in LA.
There are a lot of bad lunch options in the Financial District. Go for one of these good ones instead.
Bavel is one of LA’s most exciting restaurants, and this Middle Eastern spot in the Arts District will have you planning a return visit immediately.
Santa Monica’s Via Veneto has the kind of classic, upscale Italian food that New Yorkers claim you can’t find in LA.
The LA Hit List: The Best New Restaurants In Los Angeles
The LA Hit List: The Best New Restauran...
The best new restaurants in Los Angeles.
The Ride-Along Report: First Takes From Last Night’s Dinner
The Ride-Along Report: First Takes Fro...
Our first thoughts on LA’s newest restaurants.
Highly Likely is a daytime cafe with interesting food in West Adams that’s worth visiting even if you’re nowhere near the neighborhood.
Punta Cabras is a great Mexican spot in Santa Monica with an all-day taqueria and a dinner-only restaurant.
No. 10 is about what you’d expect from an expensive Italian restaurant on W. 3rd St. So it’s pretty boring.
Where to have brunch in Venice, Santa Monica, and beyond.