100 "Impressing Out of Towners" restaurants in Los Angeles.
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.
Bloom & Plume is a very colorful, very vibrant coffee shop in Historic Filipinotown.
Jeong Yuk Jeom is a massive, modern KBBQ spot in Koreatown with incredible cuts of dry-aged beef and prime-grade short rib.
This spot on 6th Street is open 24 hours, and is always packed with groups huddled over one of our favorite dishes in Koreatown - their galbi jjim.
Toku Unagi and Sushi is a Japanese restaurant in West Hollywood that’s LA’s first and only eel-specialist.
TaeKwon 92 is an All You Can Eat KBBQ spot in the San Gabriel Valley with high-quality meats and... a really good ice cream sandwich?
Hachi is an all-purpose party izakaya in Torrance where you and your friends can drink rare sakes and eat one of the best $40 omakases around.
Manhattan Beach’s Sushi I-Naba is one of the best sushi spots in the South Bay, and an utterly unique and special experience.
Marco Polo is a sunny restaurant at the Silver Lake Pool & Inn that specializes in seafood-y Italian.
Dear John’s in Culver City will transport you back to the glamorous Old Hollywood era you wish you lived in.
Sibling Rival is a solid all-day restaurant (get the pancakes!) in DTLA’s Hoxton hotel.
Yours Truly in Venice features buzzy dishes like avocado hummus and Nashville Hot Shrimp, but beneath all that style is a seriously good restaurant.
Fia in Santa Monica serves a wide menu of Italian-ish dishes, has a gorgeous patio, and will probably be a location in a rom-com one day.
Taco María is a Mexican tasting-menu spot in Costa Mesa - and one of the best restaurants in Southern California.