28 "Atwater Village" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Morihiro is an experimental restaurant in Atwater Village—a one-of-a-kind experience that should be on every sushi enthusiast’s to-do list.
Baracoa Cuban Cafe in Atwater Village serves great versions of all the Cuban classics. Make sure to get some ropa vieja.
Momed is a breezy Mediterranean restaurant in Atwater Village that feels like a vacation.
Blossom, a self-described “Vietnamese noodle shop of sorts,’” Atwater Village location is great for a cold, blustery LA day (under 70 degrees).
Link N Hops is The Atwater Village Sports Bar - and does a pretty damn good job at it, too.
Cafecito Organico - Atwater Village is the second location of one of the Eastside’s greatest and most sustainable coffee roasters.
Glendale Tap is a wonderful Atwater Village bar that every other neighborhood is probably jealous of.
Proof Bakery is an excellent morning or afternoon choice in Atwater Village, offering a selection of sandwiches, baked goods, and more.
Giamela's is a great Italian deli in Atwater Village that's been around since 1964. Always get a meatball on the side.
Wine + Eggs is a color-bombed provisions store in Atwater Village. It's great for picking up a bottle of wine and cheese.
If you come to Viet Noodle Bar in Atwater Village and you don't order the tumeric fish noodle, you didn't come to Viet Noodle Bar.
Tacos Villa Corona is an old-school taco and burrito spot in Atwater Village, serving one of LA’s best (and most affordable) breakfast burritos.
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.”
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.