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King Palace Chinese BBQ is a North Miami spot with great roast meats and perfect for large groups.
Bar Douro is a little Portuguese spot in London Bridge that has a whole lot of charm and, importantly, croquetes.
Malibu Seafood is a tiny shack on PCH that’s home to some of the best seafood on the coast.
Dama is an upscale Latin restaurant in Downtown LA’s Fashion District with excellent food and cocktails.
Majordomo in Chinatown is one of the rare LA restaurants you’ll walk out of genuinely surprised.
Rossoblu is a fancy Italian restaurant in the Fashion District, and one of the best restaurants to open in LA in a long time.
A lot has changed since Rustic Canyon opened—but we like the laid back Santa Monica restaurant it turned into even more.
American Beauty offers a new kind of steakhouse experience—one that’s laid back and sandy, right on the Venice beach.
For Italian food in Los Angeles, it still doesn’t get any better than Bestia in the Arts District.
Edith’s Eatery & Grocery is a Jewish cafe in Williamsburg where you can pick up some pantry staples and have a highly enjoyable breakfast or brunch.
A pricey restaurant and bar in Mayfair serving a mix of Japanese and French influenced dishes in a dimly-lit room.
An upmarket Chinese restaurant on the 10th floor of a Kensington hotel, Min Jiang is perfect for anyone who loves big views or big servings of duck.
Wong Kei is a Chinatown and London landmark that’s always there when you need a bowl of wonton soup or a plate of rice and ho-fun. Just bring cash.
Kiln doesn't do wishy-washy takes on Thai food. It's brilliant, high-octane, hot stuff—especially when you're in front of open flames at the bar.
Quo Vadis is a timeless Soho institution that matches elegance and comfort with a light touch and enormous amounts of cream.