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Q Sushi is a traditional, fancy, and extremely expensive place for omakase sushi in DTLA.
El Coyote is an LA institution and one of the most objectively fun places to eat in the city - even if the food leaves a bit to be desired.
Same Same in Silver Lake has combined two cornerstones of human happiness (wine and Thai food), and dinner here will inevitably make you happier.
Fishing With Dynamite has proven to be one of LA’s best restaurants for consistently great seafood.
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.
Neptune’s Net is a kitschy seafood dive that’s all 1950′s Americana and a must-stop for any jaunt up PCH.
Kensho is a tiny Japanese restaurant on the grounds of Yamashiro in Hollywood, and one of LA’s most personal dining experiences.
Despite its clubby interior, you’re not going to be mad about a meal at Katsuya Brentwood - especially if you get the tuna and crispy rice.
Kazan, the self-proclaimed “Pinnacle of Noodle,” is a tremendous soba spot in Beverly Hills, if you don’t mind paying Beverly Hills prices.
Holbox is a fantastic Mexican seafood counter and raw bar inside the Mercado La Paloma in South Central, near USC.
Forn Al Hara is a Lebanese bakery in Anaheim serving the kind of breakfast you’d drive very long distances to experience.
Found Oyster is one of the best seafood restaurants in LA. We love this East Hollywood spot so much, we wish we didn’t have to tell you about it.
Azules is a Mexican coffee/ice cream shop that serves churros worth driving long distances to eat.
MFK is an excellent order-at-the-counter Filipino restaurant in Anaheim that’s ideal for a quick lunch.