340 "American" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Helluva Time is the outdoor-dining spinoff of Silver Lake’s All Day Baby, and features an inventive menu filled with creative spins on the classics.
Shappy Pretzels is home to the best Philly soft pretzels - or any pretzel - in LA.
Despite its clubby interior, you’re not going to be mad about a meal at Katsuya Brentwood - especially if you get the tuna and crispy rice.
An all-day spot serving coffee, wine and beer, and great cafe food, Paper Or Plastik is a spot on Pico that you need to know about.
The Ranch in Anaheim is one part steakhouse, one part line-dancing saloon, and all parts a good time.
The Fifth is a rooftop bar/restaurant in Anaheim with great views of Disneyland and a touristy crowd that’s ready to get rowdy.
Anaheim Packing House is a massive food and beverage hall in downtown Anaheim and a great night out for all ages.
V DTLA is a massive, garish, disaster of a bar and restaurant in Downtown LA.
M. Georgina is your typical restaurant at The Row - industrial space, great service, and well-made food.
Bar Avalon is an all-day wine bar/restaurant in Echo Park that’s one of the best-kept secrets in town.
Hotville is a new hot chicken spot in Crenshaw that can trace its lineage back to the legendary Prince’s Hot Chicken in Nashville.
Red Herring is a just-OK restaurant in DTLA, where most of the food feels like a misdirection from the real star - their chocolate torte.
The Tam O’Shanter is an LA classic and great place to go if you want to eat prime rib and feel like you’re on “Game of Thrones.”
Brent’s Deli in Northridge is one of LA’s best - and most iconic - Jewish delis.