83 "People Watching" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Game-changing, delicious French food in an incredible space in Mid-Wilshire. Hop on the Republique train.
Bavel is one of LA’s most exciting restaurants, and this Middle Eastern spot in the Arts District will have you planning a return visit immediately.
For outstanding pasta on the Westside, look no further than Felix on Abbot Kinney in Venice.
The Mezzanine at The NoMad in DTLA is a special occasion restaurant that’s also a lot of fun.
We all know the food at Gjusta in Venice is great. The real question is, is it worth the trouble? We say yes.
At Madacapra in Grand Central Market, you’ll find falafel like you’ve never seen it before.
Nobu Malibu is one of the most famous sushi restaurants in the world, and it still delivers on all its hype.
Craft is a Tom Colicchio restaurant in Century City. Which sounds boring, but really isn’t.
The South East Asian food at Cassia is an unexpected reprieve for those tired of the generic Santa Monica standbys (AKA everyone).
The Bake N Broil is a Long Beach institution for diner classics and incredible pies and cakes.
Kismet, the Mediterranean-Middle Eastern restaurant in Los Feliz, is the kind of restaurant all of LA wants to be hanging out in.
Little Dom's is Los Feliz's signature neighborhood restaurant, and it's a great move any time of day.
The food at Triniti in Echo Park is like what you’d find in a fancy restaurant. Except you’re eating it in a coffee shop.
Matsuhisa is the Beverly Hills restaurant that launched the Nobu empire, and there’s no sushi place that feels more LA.