33 "Small Plates" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Son Of A Gun is a seafood restaurant in Beverly Grove that’s one of the most consistent places to eat in Los Angeles.
Birdie G’s is a comfort-food spot in Santa Monica that feels both nostalgic and completely different from anything else in town.
Hatchet Hall is a Southern-leaning small plates restaurant in Culver City where you’ll actually leave full.
You cannot - and should not - miss out on the carnitas and chicharron tacos from Los Cinco Puntos in Boyle Heights.
Over-ordering at Lunasia Dim Sum House in Pasadena is not so much a problem as it is a necessity.
Marvin is a neighborhood French restaurant/wine bar where you’ll want to hang out all night.
Plenty of new restaurants are good, but few are actually memorable. Kali leave its mark.
We fell in love with Norah immediately, but then realized we we’re better off friends.
A casual, neighborhood-y Tex-Mex restaurant from DTLA’s best chef. This is a spot Downtown needs.
Le Comptoir is a tiny prix-fixe restaurant in Koreatown that feels like a dinner party with friends.
Esters in Santa Monica might be known as that place you drink at before eating at Cassia, but this wine bar very much stands on its own.
With an adult-friendly dining room, a nice outdoor balcony, an active bar, and large upstairs dance-floor slopfest, Abigaile has something for everyone.
Shibumi is a Japanese restaurant in DTLA that’s unlike any other Japanese spot in town.