From fine dining to casual burger joints, Los Angeles provides a vast majority of eating establishments for any palate to enjoy! With an ever changing culture in the city, keeping up with the latest food endeavors can be challenging but look no further for some of this year’s dining hot spots!
1. 71 Above:
Those with a fear of heights might be better suited trying a restaurant closer to the ground, but the view is worth it for thrill seekers. This unique eatery towers 71 stories above the streets and provides diners with a picturesque scene of Downtown LA, while enjoying modern American style dishes. Online reservations are available, even allowing customers to select their view of choice.
2. Bar Angeles
Located in LA’s Silver Lake neighborhood, Bar Angeles offers a casual and limited menu, reminiscent of classic bar food. With everything from a classic cheeseburger, to unique pizza choices, everyone is likely to find an option to fill their stomachs. Save this spot for a low-key meal with friends and family!
The City of Angels is following in the footsteps of the Big Apple through openings of various delicatessens. Fleishik’s, located on Beverly Blvd., is no exception to the growing trend. With lines out the door of people wanting to try this fully Kosher operation, the food lives up to the hype. A great lunch grab or even an afternoon drink are perfect finds at this booming addition to the LA food scene.
For an authentic California dining experience, pop into one of Wolfgang Puck’s flagship restaurants. Though the trend of celebrity chef eateries has slowly diminished, Zagat says Spago “Still rocks” even after all these years. Considered a fine-dining establishment, the beautiful patio and the overall atmosphere is worth the splurge!
This Downtown Italian eatery, owned by a husband a wife is bound to enlighten all senses during a visit. With an “all from scratch” approach to cooking, their large menu of rustic Italian cuisine offers selections for all kinds of diners! Their open kitchen also allows diners to encounter the hustle and bustle behind creating a unique dish. Less not forget the unique story of their journey to restaurant ownership definitely worth a read.
6. Philippe the Original
With a #5 ranking on TripAdvisor, this almost 110-year-old establishment is a household name in the LA area. Featuring their famous French-Dipped sandwich, this limited seating location is worth waiting hours in line to try. A favorite hot spot before of after an LA Dodger game, sandwich lovers don’t want to miss out on this establishment.
Whether out on the town and needing a quick bite, or wanting to dine like the stars, Los Angeles’ food selections stretch far and wide. Never too far from a good bite when in the city, everyone should take advantage of trying some of the greatest restaurants in the world during any length of stay!