Thanksgiving is just two weeks away but if hosting a big family dinner is not Ur idea of fun, why not visit one of these top Los Angeles restaurants and enjoy a feast without the hard work?
New York Times bestselling author and chef Tal Ronnen is the go-to chef for L.A.’s most famous vegans.
The Malibu hot spot now has another temptation: a boozy Tea Time punch bowl to pair with its classic menu of steaks and seafood.
Akasha Richmond has relaunched Indian restaurant Sāmbār as an Italian spot.
Downtown Los Angeles’ restaurant scene is buzzing and Le Petit Paris has added an authentic French dining experience to the mix.
Housed in the Mondrian Los Angeles hotel, this market-driven restaurant is inspired by Hollywood’s golden age and its eternal, timeless glamour.
Former Top Chef contestant Marcel Vigneron has opened his first restaurant in Melrose.
Celebrity chef Curtis Stone has teamed up with his brother Luke to open Gwen, a new fine dining restaurant in Hollywood.
Feasting without the Fuss