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Providence
9
$$$
American
Hollywood
16 reviews
Michael Cimarusti's cooking is marked by restraint—he knows just what accent to add to bring out the pristine quality of the sea. — Condé Nast Traveler
Spago Beverly Hills
9
$$$
American
Beverly Hills
20 reviews
Chef de Cuisine Tetsu Yagahi crafts a menu with Japanese flair, as well as dishes that have been around since day one, like smoked salmon and caviar pizza, handmade agnolotti, and tuna cones. — Travel + Leisure
Osteria Mozza
8
$$$
Italian
Central L.A
16 reviews
This Italian love child of Mario Batali and Nancy Silverton is just what you'd expect a duo of star chefs to dish up: dazzling, ambitious, and perhaps a wee bit overhyped. — Concierge
Lucques
8
$$$
American
West Hollywood
13 reviews
Dishes like grilled chicken with risotto carbonara and wild mushrooms; and endive with Dungeness crab, sugar snap peas, and curry cream. — Travel + Leisure
Patina Restaurant
8
$$$
Burgers
Downtown
15 reviews
"Superb attention to detail" yields "refined dining" that's "near perfection" at this Patina Group headliner from Joachim Splichal tucked into the Walt Disney Concert Hall. — Zagat
n/naka
8
$$$
Japanese
11 reviews
Thoughtful's the word here, at a three-hour Japanese culinary experience that could transform the way you view food. — Condé Nast Traveler
Sqirl
8
$$
Bakeries
Hollywood
16 reviews
Don’t forget to try the famed ricotta toast that put this place on the map. Sandwiches and salads dominate the lunch menu along with lemonade and tonics. — Fodor's
Orsa & Winston
8
$$$
Italian
Downtown
9 reviews
The food is still kind-of Italian, mostly Japanese, but they now serve more casual food during the day as well as their tasting menu at dinner. — The Infatuation
A.O.C.
8
$$
Italian
Central L.A
14 reviews
The cheese-and-charcuterie-intensive inspiration for L.A.'s new generation of wine bars, Suzanne Goin's pan-Mediterranean A.O.C. is a fantasy of a modern small-plates restaurant. — LA Weekly
Apple Pan
8
$
Burgers
Westside
14 reviews
The rewards are ample, including steak burgers piled high with fixings (everything you'd expect, minus the tomato—they don't like them here). — Concierge
Water Grill
8
$$$
American
Downtown
14 reviews
Located in downtown's vintage Pacifrc Mutual Center, this fine restaurant is hailed as the city's finest seafood restaurant. — Michelin Guide
Philippe the Original
8
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American
Central L.A
11 reviews
In business since 1908, Philippe the Original claims to have invented the French dip sandwich. — Time Out
Langer's
8
$$
Diners
14 reviews
Located in a Latino business district, the Jewish deli is a holdout from another era, and after over 65 years, patrons still say they serve up the "best pastrami in the world." — Condé Nast Traveler
Bestia
8
$$$
Italian
Downtown
14 reviews
Don’t try to walk into Bestia without a reservation. As the most talked about (and as a result, packed) restaurant at the moment, securing a table at least a week in advance is a good idea. — Time Out
Musso & Frank Grill
8
$$$
American
Hollywood
15 reviews
A traditional American menu (steaks, sandwiches, and the "original Fettucine Alfredo") and classic cocktails are presented in an old-fashioned Hollywood hangout. — Insight Guides
Connie & Ted's
8
$$
American
West Hollywood
9 reviews
A well-heeled crowd can be found in this beautiful space (the roof is arched like a wave) dipping fried calamari or spooning up Jo’s wicked good chowda’. — Fodor's
Rustic Canyon
8
$$$
Burgers
Santa Monica
10 reviews
Patrons enjoy seasonal, Mediterranean-style cuisine from chef Evan Funke, who incorporates local farmers' market offerings into signature dishes like the fried cauliflower and house burger. — Travel + Leisure
Melisse
8
$$$
American
Santa Monica
12 reviews
Oft-awarded, formidable, totally uncompromising. Hard to go wrong with dinner among rich room of delicates. — BlackBook
Animal
8
$$$
American
Central L.A
15 reviews
Owned by Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo of Iron Chef fame, this oft-packed James Beard Award–winning restaurant offers sharable plates with a focus on meat. — Fodor's
Angelini Osteria
8
$$
Italian
Wilshire
13 reviews
Angelini is one of the most Italian Italian restaurant in Los Angeles, and they accomplish it with their phenomenal food and one of the best waitstaffs you'll meet. — The Infatuation
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