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Toca MaderaToca Madera
754 reviews
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Mexican | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

Toca Madera never fails to please. Great food, drinks, service and ambiance. More

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Sur RestaurantSur Restaurant
4865 reviews
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International | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

The food was absolutely delicious! Even if you’re not a fan of Vanderpump Rules on Bravo, I 100% recommend stopping in for a meal and a drink. More

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Villa BlancaVilla Blanca
3144 reviews
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Mediterranean | Beverly Hills, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

Go for the people watching but not the service. They completely forgot about us. Don’t go if you are in a hurry. More

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Larsen's SteakhouseLarsen's Steakhouse
1314 reviews
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Steakhouse | Encino, San Fernando Valley / Valencia

We love Larsons! Quiet, great service, food delicious. More

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Casa Nostra Ristorante DowntownCasa Nostra Ristorante Downtown
507 reviews
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Italian | Downtown, Downtown / South and East LA

The crab cake and the prosciutto are both absolutely out of this world. The service is very friendly and fast. More

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Asuka1. Asuka
28 reviews
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Japanese | Westwood, Westside

I used to go to the ASUKA down the street at least 2 times a week and i loved it. This is a new & improved version of that. Nice job re doing the business but the food is as yummy as always. More

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Uno Tre Otto2. Uno Tre Otto
77 reviews
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Italian | Claremont, Pasadena / San Gabriel

If you get lucky enough to get a reservation...keep it. A real gem! More

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Petrossian Paris Boutique & Restaurant3. Petrossian Paris Boutique & Restaurant
542 reviews
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French | West Hollywood, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

Wonderful food and service. I especially enjoyed the duck foie gras. The waitstaff were very nice and thoughtful. More

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SHU - Sushi House Unico - Bel Air4. SHU - Sushi House Unico - Bel Air
279 reviews
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Sushi | Bel-Air, Westside

The food and the service were excellent. The food is very fresh with many specialty and unique dishes. It is expensive, but a really great experience. More

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La Dolce Vita5. La Dolce Vita
472 reviews
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Italian | Beverly Hills, West Hollywood / Beverly Hills / Mid-Wilshire

La Dolace Vita Is one of my favorite places to dine on special occasions like Valentines dinner date I’m looking forward to having dinner more often at La Dolace Vita this year great food great service ! More

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Buffalo Wild Wings - BurbankBuffalo Wild Wings - Burbank
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Sports Bar | Burbank, San Fernando Valley / Valencia

Since 1982, Buffalo Wild Wings® (or B-Dubs® as our friends call us) has been the ultimate place to watch the game, have a cold beer and eat some great food. At Buffalo Wild Wings, you can always feel comfortable pulling some tables together with your friends and staying as long as you want.More

Buffalo Wild Wings - Canyon CountryBuffalo Wild Wings - Canyon Country
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Sports Bar | Downtown, Downtown / South and East LA

Since 1982, Buffalo Wild Wings® (or B-Dubs® as our friends call us) has been the ultimate place to watch the game, have a cold beer and eat some great food. At Buffalo Wild Wings, you can always feel comfortable pulling some tables together with your friends and staying as long as you want.More

Buffalo Wild Wings - RanchoBuffalo Wild Wings - Rancho
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Sports Bar | Rancho Palos Verdes / Rolling Hills Estates, Beach Cities

Since 1982, Buffalo Wild Wings® (or B-Dubs® as our friends call us) has been the ultimate place to watch the game, have a cold beer and eat some great food. At Buffalo Wild Wings, you can always feel comfortable pulling some tables together with your friends and staying as long as you want.More

Buffalo Wild Wings - West CovinaBuffalo Wild Wings - West Covina
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Sports Bar | Downtown, Downtown / South and East LA

Since 1982, Buffalo Wild Wings® (or B-Dubs® as our friends call us) has been the ultimate place to watch the game, have a cold beer and eat some great food. At Buffalo Wild Wings, you can always feel comfortable pulling some tables together with your friends and staying as long as you want.More

MontresorMontresor
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French | Studio City, San Fernando Valley / Valencia

Montrésor is an eclectic bistro rooted in French tradition with a twist on American cuisine, fashion and art in a fairytale setting. The from-scratch menu by Chef Paul Shoemaker is influenced by seasonal and local ingredients and features palate-pleasing French dishes. Owners Lisa Long and Ann Booth Luly opened the doors of the establishment in February 2018. Lisa has owned and managed restaurants for 25 years. In addition to her restaurant work, she is an actress with more than 77 film and television credits. Ann designed the restaurant and has owned Hoity Toity in Tujunga Village in Studio City for 23 years. The store features her designed and custom-made clothing, bags and functional art. Looking forward to hosting you soon! More

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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.