Restaurants in California

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Bunker Hill Street ends at Mission Bay Drive, right at the entrance to the original Rubio's Fresh Mexican Grill. Within this red, yellow, and blue... Read More

Angelenos have many options for Thai food—some of the best in the country, in fact—but significantly less so after 2am. Open most nights... Read More

Comforting soups and rice dishes make Thai food one of the most popular late-night cravings, and Ruen Pair does some of the tastiest versions in town.... Read More

Santa Monica’s Rustic Canyon Wine Bar and Seasonal Kitchen was inspired by owner Josh Loeb’s monthly dinners with friends in a tree house... Read More

Your carnivore friends might be converted to veganism at this hip, casual bistro. They definitely won't miss the meat in well-executed dishes like... Read More

LA’s Millenium Biltmore Hotel is home to this swank sushi bar and Asian fusion restaurant. More minimalist (and Zen) than its opulent surroundings... Read More

A Tenderloin neighborhood hole in the wall with dirt-cheap prices, Saigon Sandwich is a popular San Francisco spot for made-to-order bahn mi &mdash... Read More

For a strip mall storefront in Koreatown, this is wildly ambitious fare. The roster of elevated American comfort food boasts worldly influences, whether... Read More

Saladang Song is the sister restaurant to neighboring Saladang, which offers traditional Thai dishes. Within its concrete and geometric metalwork facade... Read More

This Portland-based purveyor of artisanal ice cream recently opened its first LA shop to much fanfare. The "farm-to-cone" ice cream is made onsite in... Read More

The Salt House, located inside a 1930’s printing press warehouse, serves contemporary American cuisine to an eclectic crowd of locals, passersby,... Read More

Farm-to-table meets nose-to-tail at this casual New American bistro/butcher. The kitchen uses California-raised meats (including unusual cuts like pig... Read More

Talk about farm-to-table: no ingredient travels longer than six hours (by car) to arrive at this New American kitchen. Though the daily-changing menu is... Read More

Order the barbecued-chicken pizza at this local favorite of everyone from grandmas to surfer dudes. Read More

This spot, once a lumber-camp mess hall, now feeds tourists three set-menu, hungry-man-portioned meals a day. (Cross your fingers for roast beef.) Read More

A vibrant neon sign illuminates the front patio seating at this authentic Thai café, where patrons can savor affordable, homemade dishes until 3... Read More

Since 1980, Tom White has featured local shellfish at his eatery at the end of Stearn’s Wharf, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Views have remained... Read More

You might think you've stepped into a private townhouse in Savannah, Georgia, at this Southern-themed saloon…and, well, you have. The home was... Read More

The open-air trolley on State Street leads to organic lunch spot Scarlett Begonia, which serves one of the best brunches in town. Snag a table in the... Read More

Think of the wildest ice cream flavor you can imagine, write it on the Scoops chalkboard, and you just might see it in the ice cream case the following... Read More

Named after one of Italy’s most popular—and loudest—card games, this understated Sonoma County trattoria telegraphs authenticity and... Read More

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