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Known for its famous French dip, Cole's is in the heart of downtown, next to The Association. One of the oldest bars in the city, it occupies the ground floor of the original... More »
In Bordelaise dialect, a canele is a dense, fluted cylinder of pudding edged with crisp beeswax. In Atwater Village, Canele can feel a lot like an ongoing dinner party that... More »
The main dining room at Citrus lay at the heart of California cooking in the mid-1980s, a clean, white space opening directly onto the restaurant's vast open kitchen, where... More »
David Myers' stylish brasserie is a sleek, theatrically lit restaurant that has the look of an ancient dining room restored to use; it's all black and white, lined with... More »
The best pig's ears I've ever had, better than the crunchy ones at Spotted Pig in New York, better than the fritters at the Bristol in Paris, better than the ones I... More »
Garcia's menu is mostly in the straightforward, French-tinged, organic-casual style we have come to associate with dining on the Westside, with nods toward both the... More »
Imagine one of a thousand small Parisian cafes or wine bars with sidewalk seating and classic plats du jour, then plunk it down in the southeast corner of the Farmers... More »
Formerly Little Pedro's, this incarnation returns to the room's roots, with decor evoking its start as a turn-of-the-century brothel.
If Los Angeles is a brunch town, then France is an entire nation devoted to the cause. Rive Gauche Cafe in Sherman Oaks seeks to keep the European tradition alive... More »
Suzanne Goin's wine-centric bistro in West Hollywood is a lovely example of what increasingly feels like a dying breed: the grown-up restaurant. Lucques' ivy-covered, brick-walled space greets you with a roaring fireplace flanked by comfy couches, a touch that makes visiting this former carriage house feel all the more like dining at a friend's home. Goin's cooking here is...
If the casual-ification of the restaurant scene has got you down, if you'd still like to swish into a hushed, formal room, if you wish every now and then that a besuited maître d' would refer to you as "M'lady," well, there's still Mélisse. Josiah Citrin's Santa Monica holdout of fine dining is now 14 years old, and benefits from being both that young and that...
It's true, there are some who miss the grunge and funk of the old Cole's, the basement-level, 105-year-old restaurant that claims to have invented the French dip sandwich. The place was cleaned up when it was taken over by Cedd Moses' 213 Nightlife in 2008, and it might be the case that some of the charm left when those corners were swept out and the varnished tables made...
Maison Richard is renewing the passion for taste diversification in LA Bakery, LA dining, making one of the LA best cakes and French pastries. New California French Breakfast served or TOGO.
There are 28 different authentic French delectable pastries made dally on site only with fresh natural ingredients .
Modern rustic style and tropical plants,...
Great food, good wine list, nice ambianceRead Full Review
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