103 "Corporate Cards" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Gigi’s is a French spot in Hollywood that’s one of the best parties in town right now.
Lucky’s is a fancy Malibu steakhouse with great people-watching and even better food.
Spire 73 is the tallest open air bar in the Western Hemisphere and great place to take out-of-towners.
Morihiro is an expensive new sushi spot in Atwater Village with great omakase options.
Mirame is an inventive Mexican restaurant in Beverly Hills that is highly worth the price tag.
Fingers Crossed is a new Italian restaurant in Hollywood by Evan Funke that, like Nicki Minaj’s alter ego, is focused on all things Roman.
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.
A mostly Italian spot in the West Hollywood-iest part of West Hollywood, Olivetta serves enough good pastas that you’ll be happy about your meal here.
Da Lat Rose is a Vietnamese tasting-menu experience above the legendary Crustacean in Beverly Hills.
M. Georgina is your typical restaurant at The Row - industrial space, great service, and well-made food.
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.
Red Herring is a just-OK restaurant in DTLA, where most of the food feels like a misdirection from the real star - their chocolate torte.
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.