Guide to Los Angeles restaurants and cafes
Some people say there is nothing authentic or real about Hollywood anymore save the Frolic Room. It’s been the location for Film Noir & murder mysteries such as LA Confidential and The Black Dahlia… and the scene of at least one modern real life murder that had Hollywood on edge.
When you find yourself hungry while visiting the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, the Hollywood Wax Museum and other attractions on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, stop in at the Pig ‘N Whistle Restaurant.
I’ve never quite understood why In-N-Out Burger has become such a place to go with people that are visiting LA, but is certainly is.
Looking for the words to describe the atmosphere of Public House the only word that came to mind was “pub” and I was thinking of a British pub. Perhaps that is because “pub” is actually short for “public house”.
At the western boundary of the artsy Silverlake neighborhood on Sunset Blvd is a trendy coffee shop (they call it a coffee roasting company) called Caffe Vita.
Father’s Office is the acclaimed gastropub by chef Sang Yoon, the chef behind Lukshon, No. 3 on Jonathan Gold’s 101 Best Restaurants list, and the home of the acclaimed ‘Office Burger’.
Among the unique restaurants in Los Angeles is Fred 62, a restaurant in the classic diner style with a funky retro-diner interior and sidewalk cafe.
Nestled below the Los Feliz Theatre on Vermont Street is a place called the Good Greek Grill. It’s one of my favorite places to eat.
Out on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu is one of the better dining experiences you can find. Sitting directly on the beach, you are guaranteed a fantastic view as well as the best food.
One of the more famous photoshoots of the last decade was a 2009 ad for Louis Vuitton featuring Madonna in a decidedly French Bistro.