118 "Big Groups" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Night + Market makes some of the best, most interesting Thai food you’ll ever try. And of its two LA locations, we like the West Hollywood one best.
You might think Mexican food is best served sloppy and cheap. Downtown's Broken Spanish will prove you wrong.
Night + Market Song is the second location of LA's best Thai restaurant, and it's every bit as good as the original.
One of LA's finest Italian restaurants, Osteria Mozza in Hollywood is still very much at the top of its game.
Guelaguetza in Koreatown serves food from Oaxaca, and it's one of the best Mexican restaurants in Los Angeles overall.
Craft is a Tom Colicchio restaurant in Century City. Which sounds boring, but really isn’t.
Coni'Seafood is Mexican seafood nirvana, and one of the more unique restaurants in LA.
Salazar in Frogtown is a Mexican BBQ restaurant that's teaching LA how to be its best self.
One of our favorite sushi spots in LA, where any level sushi eater can walk away thrilled.
It’s not often you get in the car and drive to Bell for dinner, but if it's La Casita Mexicana, the journey is more than worth it.
We thought we knew what Echo Park arcade restaurant Button Mash would be. Turns out it's much, much more.
We can get behind the kitsch of El Compadre in Hollywood because its authentic Mexican food, drinks, and great energy is everything we want it to be.
“Seasonal” is a word so misused and overplayed it’s basically lost all meaning. Estrella is here to change that.
Chicago deep dish vs NYC pizza rivalry aside, Masa is just a restaurant you want to be at.