347 "Big Groups" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Majordomo in Chinatown is one of the rare LA restaurants you’ll walk out of genuinely surprised.
Yangban Society is a new Korean deli in the Arts District and a great spot for a quick lunch if you’re in the neighborhood.
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.
Messhall Kitchen is an American restaurant in Los Feliz that provides a quintessential camp experience.
Spitz’s primary mission is bringing European street king, the Doner-Kabob, to the mouths of hungry hipsters.
El Coyote is an LA institution and one of the most objectively fun places to eat in the city - even if the food leaves a bit to be desired.
Connie and Ted’s used to be the most popular restaurant in LA. Now it’s just a neighborhood spot, and so much better because of it.
Big, bustling, and once a gamechanger for DTLA. Unfortunately, unlike most of LA’s residents, Bottega Louie is not aging well.
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, get…
The New York-iest bar in Los Angeles, the Village Idiot is always there when you need it, and the British pub food is good too.
Guelaguetza is a Oaxacan spot in Koreatown that’s one of the best Mexican restaurants in Los Angeles.
Hara might not be the best sushi in LA, but its fun, affordable, and downright infectious.