335 "Big Groups" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Lasita is a Filipino rotisserie/wine bar in Chinatown where every meal feels like a party.
Connie and Ted’s used to be the most popular restaurant in LA. Now it’s just a neighborhood spot, and so much better because of it.
Pitfire Pizza is a North Hollywood original with solid wood-fired pies and a great space for big groups.
This is the cafe inside American Girl Place at The Grove. Prepare accordingly.
La Paella is a Spanish restaurant in Beverly Grove with a big tapas menu and great paella.
Spain Restaurant is our go-to spot for Spanish comfort food in Echo Park.
Roots is an excellent Indian cafe on Melrose and an ideal respite in an always-busy neighborhood.
Moo’s Craft BBQ in Lincoln Heights serves some of the best BBQ not just in LA, but all of California.
El Coyote is an LA institution and one of the most objectively fun places to eat in the city - even if the food leaves a bit to be desired.
DuPar's is an LA diner institution with delicious pancakes and an even better patty melt.
The Penmar in Venice is a great place to eat, drink, and relax on a golf course.
Sanamluang is a late-night spot in Thai Town where the food doesn’t sacrifice quality for convenience.
Prael isn't the most well-known name in LA Thai food, but it's certainly among the best.
Juquila is a family-owned Oaxacan restaurant in Sawtelle with a huge parillada and excellent burrito juquila.
La Asunción Restaurante is a North Hills restaurant serving a mix of classic and hearty Oaxacan dishes.