47 "Business Meals" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Despite its clubby interior, you’re not going to be mad about a meal at Katsuya Brentwood - especially if you get the tuna and crispy rice.
An all-day spot serving coffee, wine and beer, and great cafe food, Paper Or Plastik is a spot on Pico that you need to know about.
The Ranch in Anaheim is one part steakhouse, one part line-dancing saloon, and all parts a good time.
M. Georgina is your typical restaurant at The Row - industrial space, great service, and well-made food.
Toku Unagi and Sushi is a Japanese restaurant in West Hollywood that’s LA’s first and only eel-specialist.
Soprano is an Italian restaurant in Hollywood that’s great if you’re on the Walk of Fame... and not much else.
Onda is an upscale Mexican restaurant in Santa Monica from the chefs at Sqirl and Contramar that fails to live up to the hype - or its pedigree.
Manhattan Beach’s Sushi I-Naba is one of the best sushi spots in the South Bay, and an utterly unique and special experience.
Citrin does have a few good French-ish dishes, but overall, the food at this Santa Monica restaurant isn’t worth the high price tag.
Irori Sushi is one of Marina del Rey’s best-kept secrets - with one of the best omakase deals around.
Locanda Positano is a tiny Italian spot in Marina del Rey serving pasta so good you’ll forget you’re eating next to a car wash.
American Beauty is a new steakhouse in Venice, and pretty much exactly what you’d expect from a Venice steakhouse - in the best possible way.
Pasjoli is an upscale French restaurant in Santa Monica where being an adult feels euphoric.
An excellent soul food spot with two locations in Inglewood (and one in Crenshaw), Dulan’s is a neighborhood institution.