15 "Atwater Village" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Wax Paper is a tiny sandwich counter in a shipping container by the LA river, and yes - it’s as cool as that sounds.
Hail Mary is LA’s version of a NY slice shop or a Chicago deep dish tavern - an ideal neighborhood pizza spot built for this city.
Spoke Bicycle Cafe is an outdoor cafe and bike rental shop in Frogtown that you’ll want to visit even if you have no plans to ride a bike today.
Dune is a tiny Mediterranean spot in Atwater Village and home to some of LA’s best falafel.
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.”
The Morrison is a solid neighborhood bar/restaurant and one of the most dog-friendly spots in LA.
All'acqua has solid, if slightly underwhelming cocktail and salad menus, but they set the course for some absolutely magical entrees. When taken as a whole, it makes for a more than solid meal.
Salazar is a Mexican BBQ restaurant in Frogtown that’s gone from excellent to average in just a few short years. The patio, however, remains great.
Village Tavern’s not fine dining but if you pick your dish right, you can still have a good time. And even if you pick your food wrong, this place is just too damn likeable for you to get too upset.
Black Elephant Coffee is a great spot in Atwater Village for doing a little work. Or pretending like you are.
Zebulon is a live music venue in Frogtown with one of the best dance floors that nobody knows about.
Looking to grab a quick nightcap in Atwater Village, but also feel like you're in a Parisian sewer duct? The Griffin is your answer.
Go around the world in ice cream flavors at Wanderlust in Atwater Village.