99 "Eating At The Bar" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Maybe you forgot to make a reservation for your date, or maybe you just want to dine solo without being surrounded by two-tops filled with other people on dates. Whatever the reason, you probably occasionally find yourself with the need to eat the bar. Here are the restaurants perfect for doing so.
The specialty at this Tokyo-based ramen chain is yuzu shio - a light, acidic broth that’s unlike any version that’s ever made its way to LA.
Ken's Ramen in Virgil Village makes some of the best paitan (chicken-based) ramen in LA. We especially like the spicy Hell version.
Found Oyster is one of the best seafood restaurants in LA. We love this East Hollywood spot so much, we wish we didn’t have to tell you about it.
Tilda is a wine bar in Echo Park that has everything - bottles of natural wines, French-ish snacks, and a room full of people way cooler than you.
Jones Hollywood is a classic spot that works for pretty much anything, and is the version Hollywood we actually wish existed.
Eszett is an Austrian-ish spot on Sunset in Silver Lake, and an ideal place when you want to do date night a little differently.
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.
Lanea in Santa Monica is an OK cocktail bar, but what you’re here for are the Barba Kush tacos.
A big Mexican restaurant on with four locations around Inglewood, Fiesta Martin on La Brea is an excellent place to come with a big group.
The Wellesbourne is a posh British bar on Pico that’s perfect for grabbing a drink in between episodes of “The Crown.”
San Francisco Saloon in West LA is the bar to be at if you love everything beer, football, and Joe Montana.
The Stalking Horse is a very fun, very English brewpub in Cheviot Hills.
The West End might not look like much from the outside, but it remains one of our go-to cocktail bars in Westwood.
Rasselbock is a Long Beach biergarten that’s also one of the city’s best places to watch a game.