Guide to Los Angeles restaurants and cafes
The Rose Cafe has been a Venice institution since the late seventies. Walk thorough the painted roses around the entrance and the first thing that is likely to catch you eye is how much bigger the Rose Cafe is than it appears on the outside.
Though it is located in Burbank, the old Smoke House Restaurant is probably more a part of Hollywood, movie making and the stars than many of the restaurants and clubs that are within Hollywood proper.
You don’t have to look much farther than the photo to see why Flake Venice restaurant is such a perfect fit for the town of Venice.
If you have been downtown on the Historic Broadway Theatre Distract taking in a show or a concert and are looking for a place to water up, step on in to the Broadway Bar.
The word cafeteria creates images in our minds of the lunch line back in school and similar cafeterias where once you waited through the serving line, you ate in the most boring of environments.
Food courts in Los Angeles, and all across the country for that matter, have a way of following the same formula. It is as if they were all built by the same developer, or they all copied one they considered successful. Not so with Saint Vincent’s Court.
If you are looking for the best patio dining in the Los Feliz Village, head on over to the Alcove Cafe & Bakery located at 1929 Hillhurst Ave.
When I first stumbled into Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream in the Los Feliz Village on Hillhurst, I thought it was their only shop,
Probably the most noticeable restaurant when you head on out to the Venice Pier is a place that is simply called The Wings, Famous Chicken Wings. It’s definitely one of LA’s landmarks,
TAO is a lavishly appointed restaurant in Hollywood that can be counted on to have a long line of expensive cars and guests wearing the latest styles being caught by the flashes of paparazzi’s at the door.