36 "DTLA"Restaurants in Los Angeles.
For Italian in Los Angeles, it doesn't get any better than the Arts District's Bestia, This isn't dinner, it's an experience.
You might think Mexican food is best served sloppy and cheap. Downtown's Broken Spanish will prove you wrong.
At Madacapra in Grand Central Market, you'll find falafel like you've never seen it before.
The only thing we think about after walking out of KazuNori is how to get more KazuNoris everywhere.
A casual, neighborhood-y Tex-Mex restaurant from DTLA's best chef. This is a spot Downtown needs.
The first restaurant in the Joseph Centeno Historic Core empire is still bringing it, with a menu focused on the Spanish sex taco known as the bäco.
You wouldn't want a Manhattan made by a 17 year old, so don't trust your steaks to one either. Taylor's Steakhouse has the experience.
PYT is a neighborhood spot in DTLA’s Historic Core that does some pretty great things with vegetables.
Winsome started out as a solid Eastside brunch spot, and has evolved into something much more.
Faith & Flower is a Financial District restaurant where everything is over the top, but done right. Use it for pretty much anything, from date night to dinner with your boss. And whatever you do, g...
One of the original rooftop bars in DTLA, Perch has a French-leaning menu and views for days. Put it on your list for your next downtown date.
Colori is a solid, family-run Italian spot downtown, and one of the last of its kind.
Big, bustling, and once a gamechanger for DTLA. Unfortunately, unlike most of LA's residents, Bottega Louie is not aging well.