All the places you need to be eating at in The Valley.
Brant CoxAugust 27, 2021
The best places to eat in Burbank.
Jess Basser Sanders & Brant CoxApril 18, 2022
My Little Home Thai Kitchen serves the best Thai food in Burbank.
Brant CoxApril 18, 2022
Dino's a Burbank standby and one of the best pizzerias in the Valley.
Written byBrant Cox
Simmzy’s is a beach-themed bar/restaurant and an ideal spot for an after-work drink and some food.
One of the best sports bars in all of LA, Tony’s Darts Away has a fun atmosphere that never gets too rowdy and some excellent bar food.
Handy Market’s Saturday BBQ is a great place to eat barbecue on a weekend in LA.
Brant CoxJanuary 14, 2022
Bea Bea’s is a breakfast spot in Burbank that’s always busy, and has some fantastic pancakes.
Tonir Cafe is an Armenian spot in Burbank that’s great for a quick kabob lunch.
Porto’s is a classic family-run Cuban bakery in Burbank with fantastic guava pastries.
Neighborhood BBQ is the incredible Griffith Park BBQ pop-up born straight from a pandemic closure.
Brett KeatingNovember 17, 2020
Hank’s Deli in Burbank is a great spot for bagel sandwiches.
Brett KeatingOctober 30, 2020
Santoro’s is classic sub shop in Burbank serving excellent (and massive) sandwiches.
Brant CoxNovember 5, 2018
Bob’s Big Boy in Burbank is where you go to drink milkshakes, and eat double decker burgers.
Kings Deli is a New York-style deli with fantastic pastrami in the shadow of the Warner Brothers lot in Burbank.
Cafe Magazzino is a great place for salads in the middle of the studio chaos in Burbank.
Corner Cottage is a breakfast spot in Burbank with a breakfast burrito that rivals the best in LA.
Cafe de Olla is a very good Mexican breakfast spot in Burbank.
Rafo’s is a good Armenian spot in Burbank with goat cheese pizza and kebabs.
Tallyrand is an old-school restaurant in Burbank with an Old Hollywood crowd and good cocktails.