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  • Bestia
    2121 E. 7th Place | Downtown

    At Bestia downtown, Chef Ori Menashe's presenting rustic Italian dining, often taken to its cheffy extremes. Instead of beef tartare, there's beef-heart tartare; rather than the trendy but now... More on Bestia »

  • Pizzeria Mozza
    641 N. Highland Ave. | Hollywood

    It is almost impossible to have a civil discussion about pizza in this city of immigrants, because there may be no foodstuff so intimately linked to one's sense of identity. But in the wood oven... More on Pizzeria Mozza »

  • Bucato
    3280 Helms Ave. | Culver City

    Braised meats play a major roll in many of Chef Funke's dishes, and several mellow, soothing ragus appear each night -- perhaps lamb over fat yellow pappardelle, perhaps tight rolls of strascinati... More on Bucato »

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  • Sotto
    9575 W. Pico Blvd. | Melrose/ Beverly/ Fairfax

    Sotto is a somewhat different kind of Italian restaurant, you understand, a place where the bread comes with pureed lardo instead of olive oil, the ramp-fava bruschetta is sprinkled with crisp... More on Sotto »

  • Factory Kitchen
    1300 Factory Pl. | Downtown

    Factory Kitchen, a Northern Italian trattoria from chef Angelo Auriana and Matteo Ferdinandi, features an open kitchen largely dedicated to hte making of pasta. Auriana focuses on deceptively... More on Factory Kitchen »

  • Osteria Mozza
    6602 Melrose Ave. | Melrose/ Beverly/ Fairfax

    Nancy Silverton is the most dogged of chefs, dedicated to perfecting the most elemental of foods through sheer strength of will. Almost anybody who has tasted what she has wrought in the media of... More on Osteria Mozza »

  • Angelini Osteria
    7313 Beverly Blvd. | Melrose/ Beverly/ Fairfax

    Where my favorite osterie in Italy find purpose in the repetition of classic dishes, in menus that may not change for decades, Gino Angelini is by nature a creative chef who likes to mark dishes... More on Angelini Osteria »

  • Rao's
    1006 Seward St. | Hollywood

    Walking into Rao's, the new Hollywood iteration of the legendary 117-year-old New York eatery, is like wading into a thick nostalgia soup. Ninety percent of the red-sauce restaurants in the... More on Rao's »

  • Il Grano Restaurant
    11359 Santa Monica Blvd. | West L.A.

    Fish, man -- raw fish -- from Tokyo's Tsukiji Market and jetted right to you, careful slabs of yellowtail, tuna, fluke, sprinkled with salt and drizzled with olive oil, Italian sashimi on a pretty... More on Il Grano Restaurant »

  • Dominick's
    8715 Beverly Blvd. | West Hollywood

    For most of its existence, Dominick's was famous as the Hollywood restaurant that never looked open, a weathered, low building, neon permanently unlit, across from the small amusement park that... More on Dominick's »

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Recent Member Reviews

  • paulsflowerstore wrote a review for Border Grill
    on 04/16/14

    Great place,nice environment, reasonable prices :) Thank you Anthony at Ayala's upholstery you were right!! More Reviews »

  • sightless wrote a review for Sura
    on 04/03/14

    Voted TOP TEN restaurant in Long Beach by LA WEEKLY: http://www.laweekly.com/squidink/2014/04/03/10-best-restaurants-in-long-beach?page=2

    Deservedly so,... More Reviews »

  • rebecca473 wrote a review for George Billis Gallery
    on 04/02/14

    Plein air painting at it's best. Kurt Solmssen captures the serenity and beauty of the South Puget Sound with his vibrant paintings. More Reviews »

Recent Critic Reviews

  • Clarissa Wei writes for LA Weekly on Bestia

    Like many Angelenos, Erik Sun is serious about his food and big on eating organically - though not necessarily in the same way as most people are. His meats aren't sourced from grocery stores or even local farms. His experience with food is much more visceral. He hunts his meats, spears... More on Bestia »

  • It's time to start planning your summer eating. Yes, already, because even if you've already booked your tickets to Mexico City and convinced your friends to come with you on a road trip Tijuana and Ensenada, you still have someplace to be on Saturday, June 28, when we'll be having... More on El Pueblo De Los Angeles »

Recent Member Reviews

  • paulsflowerstore wrote a review for Border Grill
    on 04/16/14

    Great place,nice environment, reasonable prices :) Thank you Anthony at Ayala's upholstery you were right!! More Reviews »

  • sightless wrote a review for Sura
    on 04/03/14

    Voted TOP TEN restaurant in Long Beach by LA WEEKLY: http://www.laweekly.com/squidink/2014/04/03/10-best-restaurants-in-long-beach?page=2

    Deservedly so,... More Reviews »

  • rebecca473 wrote a review for George Billis Gallery
    on 04/02/14

    Plein air painting at it's best. Kurt Solmssen captures the serenity and beauty of the South Puget Sound with his vibrant paintings. More Reviews »

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