Restaurants in California

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Those looking for Texas-style BBQ know that Bludso's does it best, serving up some of the city's best ribs, brisket, and smoked links. Chef ... Read More

Set within Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, this “outdoor” restaurant is a hit with fans of Creole dishes like... Read More

Arguably one of the most romantic restaurants in San Diego, Bleu Bohème stands out for their take on classic French fare that combines fresh flavors and... Read More

What could be better than waking up to the startlingly fragrant coffee made from freshly roasted single-origin beans? This airy, industrial-chic place... Read More

The baristas pull organic, single-origin, shade-grown espresso at Blue Bottle's Ferry Building café and coffee counter. The main café is... Read More

Long lines are the norm at this tiny, cash-only outpost of Blue Bottle Coffee, located down a quiet alleyway in the Hayes Valley neighborhood. Named... Read More

Sit right over the lake and watch the sun set over the bouillabaisse or the sake-steamed clams with cilantro-lime butter. Read More

An unexpected perk along a lonely stretch of warehouses in Culver City, this bakery's shaded patio and turquoise window frames are reminiscent of a... Read More

There are two locations of this bohemian-chic restaurant, this one in San Diego’s Ocean Beach neighborhood and another in La Mesa. This Cohn brothers... Read More

Premium beef, wine by the glass, and a location with a view mark this Santa Monica Blvd. Located just feet from the beach, the Pier, and the 3rd... Read More

Bobboi, which combines Sardinian techniques with southern Californian flavors, is the go-to spot for gelato in San Diego. While flavors change daily,... Read More

Sister restaurant to nearby Piperade, this tiny tapas bar is located in Jackson Square just a few blocks from the Embarcadero. Behind a light-green and... Read More

Fight the winter chill with St. Louis–style barbecued ribs. Read More

Set just off Highway 121 in a cheery, bright red farmhouse, the Boon Fly (part of the lovely boutique Carneros Inn) is packed around the clock. The... Read More

There might only be two entrées and a handful of starters on the menu, but each dish captures the essence of the season. The duck comes from... Read More

A pared-down pizzeria with an endless array of toppings (sausage, potato, and egg, to name a few). Read More

In the Fall of 2008, Food Network celebrity chef Michael Chiarello launched this low-key dining room with wood-beamed ceilings and Venetian-plaster... Read More

Stop for moules frites on a sunny day. Read More

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