160 "Birthdays" restaurants in Los Angeles.
The Donut Man, a legendary dessert shop in Glendora, now has a second location in the Grand Central Market. Get the strawberry donuts (or else).
A’s BBQ is an excellent Chicano pop-up serving smoked meats, smashburgers, and fried chicken sandwiches.
Ray’s BBQ in Huntington Park serves Texas-style smoked meats that rival the ones in the Lone State.
Gigi’s is a French spot in Hollywood that’s one of the best parties in town right now.
Apollonia's is a Mid-Wilshire pizzeria with an off-menu square pie you need to try.
Moo’s Craft BBQ in Lincoln Heights is serving some of the best BBQ in California.
Quarter Sheets doesn’t just make the best Detroit-style pizza in LA, it makes some of the best pizza, period.
Cha Cha Cha is a rooftop Mexican restaurant in the Arts District with good food, strong cocktails, and amazing views.
Soulmate is scene-y Spanish restaurant in West Hollywood with good tapas and an even better patio.
All Season is a massive brewery in Mid-Wilshire - and a fantastic place to day drink.
JJ Bakery has locations across the SGV, and all of them have a great selection of Taiwanese breads and desserts.
KG Bakery has been selling cakes and Vietnamese pastries in Echo Park since 1980.
Sugarbloom’s pastries are available all over the city, and we especially love their kimchi and SPAM musubi croissants.