100 "Corporate Cards" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Despite its clubby interior, you’re not going to be mad about a meal at Katsuya Brentwood - especially if you get the tuna and crispy rice.
A mostly Italian spot in the West Hollywood-iest part of West Hollywood, Olivetta serves enough good pastas that you’ll be happy about your meal here.
Da Lat Rose is a Vietnamese tasting-menu experience above the legendary Crustacean in Beverly Hills.
M. Georgina is your typical restaurant at The Row - industrial space, great service, and well-made food.
Onda is an upscale Mexican restaurant in Santa Monica from the chefs at Sqirl and Contramar that fails to live up to the hype - or its pedigree.
Manhattan Beach’s Sushi I-Naba is one of the best sushi spots in the South Bay, and an utterly unique and special experience.
Red Herring is a just-OK restaurant in DTLA, where most of the food feels like a misdirection from the real star - their chocolate torte.
Citrin does have a few good French-ish dishes, but overall, the food at this Santa Monica restaurant isn’t worth the high price tag.
Dear John’s in Culver City will transport you back to the glamorous Old Hollywood era you wish you lived in.
Sibling Rival is a solid all-day restaurant (get the pancakes!) in DTLA’s Hoxton hotel.
American Beauty is a new steakhouse in Venice, and pretty much exactly what you’d expect from a Venice steakhouse - in the best possible way.
Haewah Dal is an upscale Korean restaurant in Long Beach with food that doesn't warrant the high price point.
Matsumoto is a high-end Beverly Grove sushi bar that offers one of LA’s essential omakase experiences.
In a city with plenty of great pasta spots, Antico, located between Koreatown and Larchmont, is another worthy spot.
Soho House is a members-only club in West Hollywood filled with celebrity offspring and gorgeously made martinis.