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1. Church & State1850 Industrial St, Los Angeles
2. The Peninsula Beverly Hills9882 Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills
3. Hyperion Public2538 Hyperion Ave, Los Angeles
4. Rosewood Tavern448 N Fairfax, Los Angeles
5. Mac-O-Licious5217 Laurel Canyon Blvd, Valley Village
6. Spaghettini & The Dave Koz Lounge184 N Canon Drive, Beverly Hills
7. La Boheme8400 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood
8. Franklin & Company5923 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles
9. Bay Cities Italian Deli & Bakery1517 Lincoln Blvd, Santa Monica
10. BOA9200 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood
11. Horse Thief324 S Hill St, Los Angeles
12. Barton G861 N La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles
This Downtown grub hub's home to amazing French cuisine, like an impeccable bone marrow, steak frites, and pork belly.
The Peninsula is a five-star Beverly Hills hotel featuring three restaurants (The Belvedere, The Living Room, The Roof Garden) as well as an upscale bar -- The Club Bar.
The creamy, molten four-cheese mac (cheddar, muenster, mozz, pecorino) at this Silverlake haunt has a deservedly strong fan-base, and the truffled mac has a deservedly stronger one.
Disappointingly not named for what they'd have called Betty White's Golden Girls character if she'd married Ed Wood, RT's an old Western-esque chopshop (slinging beef like herb marinated crispy skirt steaks, and a top sirloin culotte) featuring exposed-brick and beautiful backdrops.
Mac-O-Licious was a food truck and a farmers market favorite before appearing on reality TV and making their -- and your -- dreams of a full-on mac & cheese restaurant come true. Dig into 10 different kinds of mac, including blue cheese and crab claw, hickory-smoked bacon and cheddar, and lobster varieties.
"Self", you may have once said to yourself, "what if there were a place I could get, like, really great Italian food and then hear some incredible jazz??" Ok, you've never said that to yourself. But that place exists. And that alone is pretty cool.
Look, if you haven’t already impressed a date by the fireplace patio of this grandiose and revamped WeHo stalwart, then the creamy and cheesy handmade orecchiette with bacon from the new chef Martha Esquivel is your open invitation.
This casual neighborhood resto dishes out elevated American cuisine, including tasty bar bites/apps like bleu cheese tater tots, Scotch eggs, ahi tuna tacos, and fried oysters Rockefeller. And if you want a terrifically spicy Bloody Mary, look no further.
Slinging sandwiches in Santa Monica since the 1920s, Bay Cities is responsible for masterpieces like The Godmother, a sub made with basically every Italian cured meat, Provolone cheese, and the works (mustard, mayo, Italian dressing, onions, pickles, tomato, and lettuce). More than just a sandwich specialist, the shop also serves prepared pastas like lasagna, spaghetti and meatballs, and stuffed shells. While the counter crew assembles your order, browse through the grocery section that's stocked with imported Italian specialities.
This high-end steakhouse on the Strip is known for delicious steaks, sleek decor, and a glamorous clientele. Each cut of meat is perfectly juicy, and though you're undoubtedly here for the 40-day dry-aged New York strip or center-cut filet mignon, the mac & cheese side, made with smoked gouda and cheddar, is worth a trip in itself. And since this is LA, BOA has an entire menu dedicated to gluten-free food (thank god steak is GF).
An Austin import's opened up this take-out BBQ window, so you know it's legit. Whatever you do, don't miss out on the ribs.
Best known for some of its sweet treats, Barton G. delivers a miniature cart of churros to your table -- teamed with spicy hot chocolate and rolled in sugar and spice (Szechuan pepper, star anise, cloves, cinnamon) these fried fritters pack some serious heat. As a whole, the spot specializes in all that is whimsical. From the magical realism of their decor to their use of each plate as a canvas, time spent at Barton G is as full of satiation as is it inspiration.