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Popular Restaurants in Los Angeles

If you're a first time visitor to Los Angeles, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Los Angeles.

What are some good restaurants in Los Angeles?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Los Angeles.

1429 Abbot Kinney Boulevard Los Angeles, CA

(310) 450-1429
Bottega Louie
700 S Grand Ave Los Angeles, CA

(213) 802-1470
448 S Hill St 13th F Los Angeles, CA
Grand Central Market
317 S Broadway Los Angeles, CA

(213) 624-2378
2121 E 7th Pl Los Angeles, CA

317 S Broadway Los Angeles, CA
Urth Caffe
8565 Melrose Avenue Los Angeles, CA

(310) 659-0628
The Apple Pan
10801 West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles, CA

(310) 475-3585
Joan's on Third Cafe
8350 West 3rd Street Los Angeles, CA

(323) 655-2285
In-N-Out Burger
7009 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA

(800) 786-1000
1999 N Sycamore Ave Los Angeles, CA

(323) 466-5125
Blu Jam Cafe
7371 Melrose Ave Los Angeles, CA

(323) 951-9191
Mastro's Steakhouse
246 N Canon Dr Los Angeles, CA

(310) 888-8782
Alibi Room
12236 W Washington Blvd Los Angeles, CA

(310) 398-5516
Los Angeles, CA

(310) 362-6115


Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"That said, every time we go to Gjelina we see somebody new."  See More

"My top places are Silver Lake Ramen- the tonkotsu and veggie ramen are the best; Bottega Louie - great overall restaurant with an awesome vibe; and Sushi Sasabune Beverly Hills - their Omakase is what turned me onto raw fish forever."  See More

"There are also some great bars in Bairro Alto Lisbon and I have a really soft spot for Perch in Los Angeles"  See More

"Check out the different food vendors at the Grand Central Market and make sure to have a sandwich at Eggslut before you leave."  See More

"Lunch: Joan's on Third Cafe just a classic."  See More

"Get a view from Griffith Observatory - Hike Runyon Canyon Park - Great brunch at Blu Jam Cafe - AMAZING french toast Square One Dining - Best margaritas and Mexican food at Paco's Tacos Reviews and a lot more information at my blog, Eat and Escape."  See More

"Cheap and Easy: In-N-Out Burger (always a classic, tons of locations), JINYA Ramen Bar (I live right around the corner and eat here OFTEN), Blue Plate Oysterette (specifically their 4-6 p."  See More

"Probably the most expensive would be Yamashiro's in Hollywood, they have fantastic city views Yamashiro."  See More

"For pricier restaurants I love Mastro's Steakhouse, KOI Restaurant, Nobu Los Angeles or Nobu Malibu, Chinois On Main, Cut."  See More

"Alibi RoomAlibi Mix of Mexican/Korean(low cost) from the infamous Roy Choi Kogi BBQ These are all Roys venues New LocoL Watts Korean POT Mix Chego Hawaiian style A-Frame Caribbean Sunny Spot"  See More

Where can I find out more about Los Angeles?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Los Angeles locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Los Angeles.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

Don't forget to check what most people recommend is the ideal length of time to visit. Read more about how many days in Los Angeles to stay.

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