All PostsSorted by most recent
The Best LA Restaurants For A Birthday Dinner
23 places that will take the pain out of birthday plotting.
Tao is a pan-Asian clubstaurant in Hollywood full of tourists who don't know any better.
Cobi’s brings a fun, maximalist explosion of florals and Southeast Asian curries to Main Street in Santa Monica.
Lulu, a scenic California cuisine spot at The Hammer in Westwood, is everything you could want in a museum restaurant.
LA Rose Cafe
LA Rose Cafe is a true Hollywood icon and the most charming Filipino restaurant in town.
Mariscos El Moreno
Mariscos El Moreno is a Lynwood spot that specializes in family-style Sinaloan seafood, including shrimp ceviches, oyster shots, and spicy aguachiles.
La Parolaccia Osteria
La Parolaccia Osteria is a classic Italian spot in Long Beach that looks like a villa in Tuscany.
Quarter Sheets Pizza Club
Quarter Sheets doesn’t just make the best Detroit-style pizza in LA, it makes some of the best pizza, period.
Chosun Galbee is an upscale Korean BBQ restaurant with high quality meat and a patio that definitely doesn’t feel like it’s in LA.
Jae Bu Do
Jae Bu Do in East Hollywood is the place to go for Korean Seafood BBQ. You’ll burn your tongue on giant oysters, but you’ll probably have a good time.
Carousel is an over-the-top Middle Eastern restaurant in Glendale and a flat-out LA institution.
Casita del Campo
Casita Del Campo is a Mexican restaurant in Silver Lake and a gay nightlife institution.
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.
Dan Sung Sa
Dan Sung Sa isn't just the center of Ktown nightlife, this Korean tavern is our favorite hangout spot in the entire city.
La Casita Mexicana
La Casita Mexicana in Bell is worth the drive no matter where in the city you're coming from.
Where To Go When You Don’t Want To Make A Big Deal About Your Birthday, But You Actually Kinda Do
14 places for when you want to keep your birthday low-key, but you’re also lying to yourself.
Mother Wolf is a Roman-style Italian place in Hollywood that makes eating at other restaurants feel like waiting in line at the post office. It's a party, but the pasta will keep us coming back for more.