130 "Dinner with the Parents" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Sushi note is part sushi spot, part wine bar, and unlike any other place to eat raw fish in the city.
Jar is a fancy Beverly Grove chophouse that’s both charming and boring at the same time.
Q Sushi is a traditional, fancy, and extremely expensive place for omakase sushi in DTLA.
Fishing With Dynamite has proven to be one of LA’s best restaurants for consistently great seafood.
La Asunción Restaurante is a North Hills restaurant serving a mix of classic and hearty Oaxacan dishes.
South Beverly Grill is a Hillstone restaurant in Beverly Hills that's always reliable for a nice, big dinner with drinks. Order the burger or ribs.
Bicyclette is a traditional French bistro in Beverlywood serving delicious, butter-laden foods.
Agnes is a restaurant with an open hearth and cheesery in Pasadena where Midwestern childhood nostalgia meets incredible food.
Momed is a breezy Mediterranean restaurant in Atwater Village that feels like a vacation.
La Puglia is a great all-day Italian cafe in Santa Monica. Come for coffee and a pastry, or a bowl of squid ink pasta at night.
Crudo e Nudo is a great little spot on Main Street in Santa Monica where you should sit back, eat raw fish, and split a bottle of wine.
Nicolas Eatery provides a welcome middle ground amongst Malibu’s high-end steakhouses and seafood shacks.
The Barish is an Italian steakhouse inside The Hollywood Roosevelt where Old Hollywood clichés feel brand new.
Lucky’s is a fancy Malibu steakhouse with great people-watching and even better food.