83 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
This takeout window in Beverly Grove makes some of our favorite Neapolitan-style pizzas in LA.
La Sorted’s is a pop-up pizzeria in West Hollywood with excellent wood-fired pies.
Holy Basil is a tiny counter Downtown that’s making some of the most exciting Thai food in LA.
Chifa is a tremendous - and tremendously adorable - Chinese-Peruvian restaurant in Eagle Rock.
Ever dream of a 72-year-old Italian man hand-delivering tiramisu to your doorstep? Giovanni’s makes it a reality.
Mateo’s Ice Cream & Fruit Bars is the Oaxacan-style paleta palace of your dreams.
Angry Egret is a new torta and sandwich shop in Chinatown serving innovative food you need in your life.
Like the name implies, Sal’s Gumbo Shack is a Long Beach go-to for gumbo. But there’s a whole menu of great Southern food, too.
Darrow’s is a Carson go-to for Southern staples like fried catfish, jambalaya, po' boys, and some damn good gumbo.
Stevie’s Creole Cafe serves what just might be the Holy Grail of LA gumbo.
Perilla is a Ktown pop-up where banchan takes center stage, with incredible results.
Golden Lake Eatery is a family-run Cambodian restaurant in Chinatown with excellent lok lak.
Chainsaw is a pop-up in Historic Filipinotown with incredible ice cream and an even better grilled pork sandwich.
Bridgetown Roti is a pop-up in the Arts District with a menu full of excellent Caribbean street food.
This pop-up in Culver City West is serving excellent Santa Maria-style BBQ.