218 "Casual Weeknight Dinner" restaurants in Los Angeles.
A good casual weeknight dinner spot is hard to find. It’s a step above a make-your-own bowl place, but not somewhere you’ll need a reservation. It shouldn’t be too expensive, you should be able to talk instead of shout, and your dinner shouldn’t take more than an hour. These spots do it all.
Mh Zh is a Mediterranean spot in Sunset Junction and home to some of the prettiest (and most delicious) food you’ll find on the Eastside.
Lodge Bread Co. is the best bakery in Culver City. And one of the best casual places to eat in all of Los Angeles.
Night + Market Song is the second location of LA's best Thai restaurant, and it's every bit as good as the original.
Belle Vie is a casual French bistro in Brentwood that’s going to be your new neighborhood hangout (even if you’re not a local).
B.S. might be the casual brother to Broken Spanish, but it is every bit as fantastic.
Freedman’s is a fantastic comfort food spot in Silver Lake that’s good for everything from a first date to a life-saving reuben with your roommate.
As a general rule, sushi joints attached to fast food burger chain should probably be avoided. Unless that place is Got Sushi? in Northridge.
Plain and simple, Sugarfish is the highest-quality sushi at the best price in town, and the Beverly Hills location is no exception.
Tsubaki is a new Japanese spot in Echo Park and one of the better izakaya experiences in the city.
Kismet, the Mediterranean-Middle Eastern restaurant in Los Feliz, is the kind of restaurant all of LA wants to be hanging out in.
LA might never be known as a BBQ town, but the addition of Maple Block in Culver City shows we’re making our way up the ranks.
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.
A classic spot that works for pretty much anything, Jones Hollywood is what we wish more of Hollywood were like.
They’re putting out some pretty stellar modern Filipino food at Lasa in Chinatown, in an atmosphere that makes you feel at home.
Cosa Buona in Echo Park proves that a neighborhood pizzeria joint can actually exist in LA.