149 "Outdoor/Patio Situation" restaurants in Los Angeles.
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.
Malibu Seafood is a tiny shack on PCH that’s home to some of the best seafood on the coast.
Salazar in Frogtown is a Mexican BBQ restaurant that’s teaching LA how to be its best self.
Night + Market makes some of the best, most interesting Thai food you’ll ever try. And of its two LA locations, we like the West Hollywood one best.
Welcome to the best sandwich in Los Angeles. Larchmont Wine and Cheese can’t be beat.
You'll spend an hour waiting on Abbot Kinney, but there's no restaurant in Venice that satisfies like Gjelina.
We all know the food at Gjusta in Venice is great. The real question is, is it worth the trouble? We say yes.
West Hollywood might be miles from the coast, but Cape Seafood just brought it a lot closer.
Guisados has turned into a bonafide chain these days, but it's Echo Park location remains among the best taco spots in the city.
Nobu Malibu is one of the most famous sushi restaurants in the world, and it still delivers on all its hype.
Coni’Seafood is Mexican seafood nirvana, and one of the more unique restaurants in LA.
The South East Asian food at Cassia is an unexpected reprieve for those tired of the generic Santa Monica standbys (AKA everyone).
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.