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The Infatuation’s Restaurant Picks

The Infatuation is an app and website, which uses a small team of local editors who dine anonymously to rate and review restaurants. Each restaurant gets a rating, so that you can find the right place for every occasion.
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9.2
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Contemporary Italian | Hollywood, Hollywood
BestiaBestia
9.1
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Italian | Downtown, Downtown / South and East LA
RepubliqueRepublique
9.1
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French | Hollywood, Hollywood
AlimentoAlimento
9
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Italian | Silver Lake, Hollywood
Broken SpanishBroken Spanish
8.8
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Mexican | Downtown, Downtown / South and East LA
AOCAOC
8.8
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Californian | Beverly / Fairfax / La Brea / Third St., West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire
ProvidenceProvidence
8.7
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Seafood | Hollywood, Hollywood
Osteria MozzaOsteria Mozza
8.7
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Italian | Hollywood, Hollywood
Fishing With DynamiteFishing With Dynamite
8.6
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Seafood | Manhattan Beach / Hermosa Beach, Beach Cities
The Factory KitchenThe Factory Kitchen
8.6
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Italian | Downtown, Downtown / South and East LA
Sotto Los AngelesSotto Los Angeles
8.5
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Italian | Beverly Hills, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire
Angelini OsteriaAngelini Osteria
8.5
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Italian | Beverly / Fairfax / La Brea / Third St., West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire
B.S. TaqueriaB.S. Taqueria
8.5
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Mexican | Downtown, Downtown / South and East LA
KatoKato
8.5
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Californian | West Los Angeles, Westside

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Discover Los Angeles

Think Los Angeles is a one-industry town? Think again. From the micro-Seoul of Koreatown to unexpected fusion cuisines (take Chinese-Mexican, for one) and strip malls that house destination restaurants, the city’s restaurant scene is notably experimental and diverse. Ask locals where to find the best taco truck (or lonchero) in the city, and you’ve struck a match. These mobile microenterprises are a part of the city's lifeblood. With L.A.’s own Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic, Jonathan Gold, describing the city as “less of a melting pot—more of a glittering mosaic,” we’re seeing L.A.’s vast palate show up on the plate.