When it comes to legitimate restaurants at The Grove, Blue Ribbon is basically your only real option. That said, their sushi is fairly mediocre and not really worth the hefty price tag. But you look past that because their very famous fried chicken is on the menu and it is downright fantastic. Is $28 a lot to spend on a plate of chicken? Yes. But you’re in the middle of LA’s most popular tourist attraction and that honey wasabi sauce they serve on the side is no joke.
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The popular neighborhood spot might not have the best Mexican food in town, but it doesn’t have to.
Farmhouse is a huge farm-to-table place in the Beverly Center. Apart from a fantastic chicken liver toast, the food is fine, without being memorable.
The Shelby is a restaurant and bar in Beverly Grove that serves good steaks and sandwiches.
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Lunetta All Day
Lunetta All Day is a much needed casual (but not too casual) all-day option on a quiet stretch of Pico.
PBJ.LA in Grand Central Market is trying to reinvent PB&J sandwiches. We just don’t think they needed reinventing.
R Bar is a prohibition-style speakeasy in Koreatown that requires a password to enter, but can be a bit more laidback than similar bars in the area.
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