99 "People Watching" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Neptune’s Net is a kitschy seafood dive that’s all 1950′s Americana and a must-stop for any jaunt up PCH.
Little Fish, a pop-up in Echo Park, feels like a secret backyard party and serves an incredible fried fish sandwich.
Half-market, half-seafood restaurant, Fisherman’s Outlet in Downtown LA is where you go for a New England-style feast.
The Peninsula Hotel Beverly Hills has an outdoor patio restaurant that's Opulence with a capital O.
Pearl River Deli is known for their Hainan chicken, but don’t be fooled - there’s so much more going on at this to-go window in Chinatown.
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.
Kismet Rotisserie is a new chicken-forward joint in Los Feliz from the people behind Kismet.
Jones Hollywood is a classic spot that works for pretty much anything, and is the version Hollywood we actually wish existed.
The Tam O’Shanter is an LA classic and great place to go if you want to eat prime rib and feel like you’re on “Game of Thrones.”
The Oyster Gourmet in Grand Central Market is a great place for raw seafood, even if you feel weird about eating it there.
1880 Saloon is the bar in Los Alamos to head to for people-watching, whiskey shots, and cowboy standoffs.
Soho House is a members-only club in West Hollywood filled with celebrity offspring and gorgeously made martinis.
Ojai Deer Lodge is a legitimate lodge with great drinks and a giant barbeque on the weekend.
Tin Roof Bistro in Manhattan Beach has everything you need for a big group outing.