With reviews from professional critics and active local users, Voice Places is your guide to New American cuisine in Los Angeles. Our easily searchable listings make mapping out your next meal an all-American experience.
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 »
You're likely to be doing a lot of walking before you even get to the order window at The Trails in Griffith Park. The old-timey cabin is essentially kitchen only, which... More »
Wilshire is a serious, farmers-market-driven restaurant cleverly disguised as the kind of Santa Monica hotspot where one might consort with supermodels. It... More »
With one of the richest histories of any bar in Los Angeles (it's said to be the last place where Elizabeth Short drank before she stepped into the night and became the... More »
It's hard to reminisce about the Italian countryside when you're in a parking lot in Manhattan Beach. Still, the backyard bocce ball court tucked just behind Tin Roof... More »
This swanky Westwood restaurant and bar is one of the better spots in the UCLA area for an after-dinner drink ‚?" or maybe dinner itself. The pizza isn‚??t... More »
One of Santa Monica's highest-flying bars, Penthouse at the Huntley Hotel is awash in white, appointed with dainty chandeliers and divvied up (by... More »
Located in the industrial district on the edge of downtown L.A., Blue Star Cafe closes its kitchen after the lunch rush; that's when owner Kash Brouillet hands his diner... More »
Owner Mark Gunsky transformed what was once a private home in Studio City into a full-service cafe in the mid-'90s. What initially was a coffee counter... More »
This fifteen-screen theatre is located on Sunset Boulevard and Vine. Amenities include reserved seating, a bar and a cafe. It also offers special... More »
An entree of turnips and brown rice sounds vaguely like something you'd get for lunch at a very austere, vegan yoga retreat. It does not sound like the basis for a dish that's capable of stunning a pair of seasoned restaurant writers. Yet there I was with a fellow food writer, sitting in front of a plate of turnips and brown rice, slightly awestruck. Ten minutes later, we were still talking...
Like so many trends in Los Angeles, the wine bar scene here seemingly took forever to develop. But in the last decade, it has burst into bloom with energy and creativity. Wine bars have become part of the city's vinous fabric, places to try new wines (or beers), to learn about wine, to nosh and, as often as not, eat a full meal, too. There are wine bar restaurants, wine bar jazz clubs, wine...
On the somewhat barren corner of Broadway and Olympic, under a giant light-up sign for a next-door business advertising "hostess dancing," sits Alma. Stepping into the restaurant — with its plain storefront and nondescript, hard-to-see...
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