362 "American" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Son Of A Gun is a seafood restaurant in Beverly Grove that’s one of the most consistent places to eat in Los Angeles.
Sqirl is a perpetually-crowded cafe/bakery in Virgil Village and our favorite brunch spot in LA.
In a city increasingly dominated by mega-restaurants from other cities, All Time is a Los Feliz cafe that feels like an LA original.
Dialogue is a 21-course tasting menu restaurant in a downtown Santa Monica food court.
Providence is experimental, seafood-focused fine dining that’s absolutely worth the price of admission.
We all know the food at Gjusta in Venice is great. The real question is, is it worth the trouble? We say yes.
Malibu’s Broad Street Oyster Company is the grown-up version of a pop-up, and the ultimate LA seafood destination.
The Restaurant at The NoMad in DTLA is a uniquely LA casual-feeling fancy restaurant.
Santa Monica’s Rustic Canyon may have hit it’s tween years, but this farm-to-table spot is better than ever.
Destroyer, a futuristic daytime spot in Culver City, has some of the most interesting food coming out of LA right now.
We don’t use the term “destination restaurant” lightly. But the seafood at Manhattan Beach’s Fishing With Dynamite more than fits the bill.
Dudley Market is a low-key neighborhood seafood restaurant that’s just what Venice needed.