122 "Impressing Out of Towners" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Damian is a big, shiny restaurant in the Arts District that serves excellent Mexican food with an ambiance we wish was sold by the bottle.
At $400 per person, Sushi Ginza Onodera is one of the most expensive dining experiences in LA. It’s also a very memorable one.
Courage Bagels makes the best bagels in Los Angeles - but perhaps you already knew that?
Cindy's is a classic diner in Eagle Rock with solid food and an incredible atmosphere.
Two Guys Plaza in Koreatown is a cluster of Central American food vendors, including some excellent Salvadoran pupusas.
Merois is an upscale rooftop restaurant at The Pendry in West Hollywood and a good spot to impress a client.
The Donut Man, a legendary dessert shop in Glendora, now has a second location in the Grand Central Market. Get the strawberry donuts (or else).
Gigi’s is a French spot in Hollywood that’s one of the best parties in town right now.
Little Fish, a pop-up in Echo Park, feels like a secret backyard party and serves an incredible fried fish sandwich.
Kensho is a tiny Japanese restaurant on the grounds of Yamashiro in Hollywood, and one of LA’s most personal dining experiences.
Spire 73 is the tallest open air bar in the Western Hemisphere and great place to take out-of-towners.
Bulgogi Hut is a fun, laid-back ACYE KBBQ restaurant in Ktown that’s perfect for this moment.