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 eat brunch in LA when you don’t want to wait.
15 restaurants to make flying in and out of LAX a little less painful.
The pre- or post-LAX In-N-Out stop is an LA rite of passage.
Pann’s is an old-school diner in Ladera Heights that’s been around since the ’50s.
A tiny, family-run place in Inglewood, Front Page has great Jamaican food, ideally located near LAX.
An office park in El Segundo might seem like a strange place to find excellent Roman-style pizza, but that’s Il Romanista.
Two Guns Kitchen in El Segundo is a great spot for a casual breakfast.
Dialogue is a 21-course tasting menu restaurant in a downtown Santa Monica food court.
The busiest street in Venice is also home to some excellent restaurants. Here are the best places to eat & drink on Abbot Kinney.
Abbot’s Pizza is a Venice institution serving some of the best pizza by the slice in LA.
Venice’s Blue Star Donuts serves delicious donuts in unique flavors that are worth the line.