13 "Southern" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
If you think Hatchet Hall is just another gut-busting, deep-fried Southern joint - think again.
Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles has 100% earned its fame. Your stomach, wallet, and friends will all thank you.
The Hart and the Hunter, the all-day restaurant at the PaliHotel on Melrose, serves some very good Southern food. Go for a hangover-curing brunch.
Hot N Juicy Crawfish is a weird, eat-seafood-out-of-a-bag chain restaurant and where you go when life has dealt you the hardest of hands.
Alta is a very good Southern spot in West Adams that has cornbread you’ll want to take home by the loaf.
Rye Fox is an overpriced Southern restaurant near the Grove that’s not very good unless you’re in the mood to go clubbing for dinner.
Hilltop is a very good daytime cafe in View Park-Windsor Hills that serves excellent coffee and grain bowls.
Lucky Bird is a fried chicken stall in Downtown LA’s Grand Central Market with easy seating, and very solid fried chicken.
Harold and Belles is a creole spot serving great Cajun seafood in Jefferson Park.