The Crack Shack is a famous fried chicken place in San Diego, and their first LA location is in the Century City mall. This mall seems to get busier every time we visit, so it’s not where we’d ideally like to spend time eating a fried chicken sandwich, but we will say the ones here are pretty great, and they have a full bar. The classic Coop Deville is good, but we especially like the Firebird, with a just-spicy-enough fried thigh, crispy onions, pickles, and ranch sauce. Don’t try and keep things healthy-ish by skipping the fries either - they’re fried in duck and chicken fat here, which means they’re fantastic. And because this is Century City (office worker capital of the world) there’s a solid Happy Hour too.
More spots in Century CitySee more
Hinoki & The Bird
Hinoki & the Bird is cooler than most options in Century City, and an ideal spot for your next power lunch. Even if you won’t remember the food.
Clementine is a casual bakery in Century City that proves the neighborhood does have a soul.
More American spotsSee more
Birds Rotisserie Chicken Cafe
An all-chicken bar/restaurant for when you're waiting for your friend's improv show to start next door.
Bring your parents to dinner at Lunetta in Santa Monica for simple, crowd-pleasing (and expensive) food.
Barney's original location in West Hollywood still has that old-school charm and vibe you want.
Suggested by our writers
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more