After a quick decline a few years ago, Cassell’s closed up its 70-year-old shop and the classic burgers seemed gone for good. Fast forward to now, and Cassell’s is operating in a retro space inside Koreatown’s Hotel Normandie and serving burgers better than they ever were before. You can add a fried egg or bacon on top if you’re feeling powerful or uncomfortably high, but this burger doesn’t need it. The patty itself is just that good.
Search by Perfect For
More spots in KoreatownSee more
Kang Ho Dong Baek Jeong
Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong is one of the most popular BBQ spots in Koreatown and has the long lines to prove it.
Kobawoo House is a Koreatown institution and home to our favorite plate of bossam in town.
More American spotsSee more
Son of A Gun
Son Of A Gun is a seafood restaurant in Beverly Grove that’s one of the most consistent places to eat in Los Angeles.
Malibu Farm Cafe has simple, crowd-pleasing food at the end of Malibu pier, and is perfect for entertaining your third cousin when he’s in town.
Ray's & Stark Bar
Ray's & Stark Bar is the ground floor restaurant of the LACMA and solid place to grab some food before staring at some art.
Suggested by our writers
Connie And Ted’s
Connie and Ted’s used to be the most popular restaurant in LA. Now it’s just a neighborhood spot, and so much better because of it.
The Apple Pan
The Apple Pan is an LA institution serving up no-frills, old school burgers in the best space in town to eat them.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more