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Where To Have A Power Breakfast Meeting

All the best spots for your next big-deal breakfast meeting.

5 Tasting Menu Spots To Fill The Trois Mec-Sized Void In Your Heart guide image

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5 Tasting Menu Spots To Fill The Trois Mec-Sized Void In Your Heart

Ludo Lefebvre’s acclaimed restaurant has permanently closed - but if you still need a tasting menu fix, we’ve picked five spots.

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Where To Go When You Want To Treat Yourself (And Only Yourself)

12 places to go when all you want to do is spend a bunch of money on yourself - and some fantastic food and drinks.

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The Best Places For A Work Dinner In Los Angeles

Grab that company card - these are the top 24 restaurants for a team dinner.

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Where To Take Your Out-Of-Town Clients When They’re In LA

10 restaurants that will make it look like you know what you’re doing.

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Where To Eat When You’re Using The Corporate Card

The LA restaurants that are fancy enough to impress, with food you’ll actually enjoy.

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Where To Book Dinner For Your Terrible Boss

The 10 best restaurants for your boss’ next dinner.

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715 Sushi

715 Sushi is an excellent, but very expensive omakase bar in the Arts District.

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6.3

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Tatel

Tatel in Beverly Hills is a chain restaurant from Spain with mediocre food and a lot of empty tables.

Where To Have A Power Breakfast Meeting guide image

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Where To Have A Power Breakfast Meeting

All the best spots for your next big-deal breakfast meeting.

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San Laurel

San Laurel is a splashy José Andrés restaurant with great views inside the Conrad Los Angeles hotel.

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7.5

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Maude

Maude is a ticketed tasting menu restaurant, but one that’s actually fun.

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7.3

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Lulu

Lulu, a scenic California cuisine spot at The Hammer in Westwood, is everything you could want in a museum restaurant.

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Gunsmoke

Gunsmoke is a Japanese-American spot in Hollywood perfect for industry dinners.

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7.6

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Manzke

Manzke, a fine dining spot in Beverlywood from the owners of Republique and Bicyclette, isn't groundbreaking but offers a well-executed meal.

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8.0

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Matū

Matū is a red meat extravaganza in Beverly Hills and a great place for a celebratory meal.

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8.2

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Alimento

Alimento is Silver Lake’s neighborhood Italian restaurant where you can have a formal experience in a relaxed setting.

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8.4

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Majordomo

Majordomo in Chinatown is one of the rare LA restaurants you’ll walk out of genuinely surprised.

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7.5

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Rossoblu

Rossoblu is a fancy Italian restaurant in the Fashion District.

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7.7

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American Beauty

American Beauty offers a new kind of steakhouse experience—one that’s laid back and sandy, right on the Venice beach.

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7.1

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A.O.C.

AOC is a small plates restaurant that’s one of LA’s most reliable crowd pleasers.

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Officine Brera

The Arts District's newest restaurant is a visual stunner. And that's it.

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The Arthur J

When you're near Manhattan Beach and the mood for steak, The Arthur J is your answer.

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7.4

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Jar

Jar is a fancy Beverly Grove chophouse that’s both charming and boring at the same time.

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Hinoki & The Bird

Hinoki & the Bird is cooler than most options in Century City, and an ideal spot for your next power lunch. Even if you won’t remember the food.

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The Henry

The Henry in Beverly Hills has a beautiful dining room and pretty boring food.

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Animal

Animal, on Fairfax, is a restaurant that gets almost everything right.