307 "Dining Solo" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Memphis Grill in North Hollywood serves delicious Memphis-style BBQ in a low-key atmosphere.
Max City BBQ in Eagle Rock has good all-around BBQ - particularly their St. Louis-style ribs.
Steep is a modern teahouse in Chinatown with a prolific selection of teas and Chinese/Taiwanese dishes.
Azay is a half-French, half-Japanese restaurant in Little Tokyo where you’ll find the only Japanese breakfast being served in LA proper.
Gamja Bawi is a tiny stall inside the Koreatown Plaza food court serving tremendous seafood bibimbap.
DK’s is a 24-hour donut shop in Santa Monica, and one of your best options on the Westside for a late night sugar fix.
Menya Tigre on Sawtelle serves some of the only curry ramen you’ll find in LA - and it’s incredible.
Playita is an order-at-the-window seafood spot in Silver Lake with excellent ceviche, tacos, and campechana.
Shin-Sen-Gumi’s Gardena location has everything from customizable ramen to a brand-new drive-through.
Interstellar is the best cafe near the Santa Monica Promenade. The Korean-owned spot serves excellent burritos, katsu, bulgogi, and more.
Holy Basil is a tiny counter Downtown where you’ll find some of the most exciting Thai food in LA.
The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills is the stuff of LA legends, and stocked with 300-500 different types of cheese.
The Dez in Joshua Tree is a great option for a quick sandwich and salad after a hike.