44 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Prael isn't the most well-known name in LA Thai food, but it's certainly among the best.
Tlacolula is a Oaxacan grocery store and restaurant in West Adams with great breakfast and lunch options.
Colapasta in Santa Monica is your new spot for affordable pastas - because everyone needs one.
Jones Hollywood is a classic spot that works for pretty much anything, and is the version Hollywood we actually wish existed.
Eszett is an Austrian-ish spot on Sunset in Silver Lake, and an ideal place when you want to do date night a little differently.
MidiCi Pizza in Marina del Rey is a fast-casual spot making Neapolitan pies in a wood-fired oven.
Malibu’s Broad Street Oyster Company is the grown-up version of a pop-up, and the ultimate LA seafood destination.
Fish King is a market in Glendale that has mastered all things seafood - from New England-style fried baskets to true Hawaiian-style poke.
My Two Cents is a Southern spot on Pico with the best shrimp and grits in LA.
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.
In a city with plenty of great pasta spots, Antico, located between Koreatown and Larchmont, is another worthy spot.
Spoon By H is a tiny dessert cafe in Beverly Grove that also happens to serve some of our favorite Korean food in LA.
Chunju Han-il Kwan is home to our favorite budae jjigae in Los Angeles.
Hasiba is a hummus restaurant in Pico-Robertson that doesn’t feel like it was created by an algorithm.