Italian, French, Spanish, GreekāMediterranean cuisine in Los Angeles might include a splash of them all. Voice Places can help you navigate the culinary waters, with professional and user reviews and the most comprehensive restaurant listings in town!
This Middle Eastern restaurant in Encino is known for its meat skewers, but the real appeal is the incredible, delicious, never-ending flow of salads. The eatery... More »
Barbarella's quirky/sexy decor attempts to capture the mood and imagery -- if not the spacey settings -- of its namesake (the sci-fi flick starring Jane... More »
If Mexican-style octopus is your thing, try the marinated-octopus tostadas with avocado that are standards at most ceviche stands - we like the... More »
Come for the food, stay for the entertainment. Despite Burger Continentalā??s less-than-specific name, the Pasadena hideaway is a local institution with an... More »
On the weekends, it's best to line up early at Vrej Pastry, a Lebanese bakery in Pasadena. Otherwise, you risk leaving the smallish storefront shop without a taste of the... More »
This lovely space caters to a Middle Eastern crowd. With elaborate chandeliers and Romanesque columns, the Orchid has a palatial vibe. Though it's... More »
Monday is family-dinner night, when you can dine on big platters of fried chicken, porchetta or mussels at a reasonable price, and Thursday is still grilled-cheese night. If... More »
It's the type of dish that might make a vegetarian weep: vibrant green, ultra-fresh stalks of late-spring asparagus, topped with a pert, sunny-side–up egg and surrounded by a smattering of croutons and a pool of bone-marrow gravy. Both gravy and bone marrow are, in their own way, the very essence of meat — to make one from the other is a distillation, the essence of essence. To...
There's a prominent Fatburger anchoring the otherwise nondescript North Hollywood strip mall where Hayat's Kitchen is nestled. But you need not go there when you can go to Hayat's, which features homey, soulful cooking of the type you would get from your actual or spiritual Lebanese grandmother. The light garlic sauce does wonders for every dish on the menu, but it's...
The heart of regional cooking lies in the ability of its chefs not only to work within the limitations imposed by the meager ingredients available but also to exalt those limitations as the soul of the cuisine itself. Rich regions eat cheeseburgers every night. Poor regions eke minestrone, socca or bouillabaisse out of their desperation. For decades, Mark Peel has been L.A.'s master...
Find everything you're looking for in your city
Find the best happy hour deals in your city
Get today's exclusive deals at savings of anywhere from 50-90%
Check out the hottest list of places and things to do around your city