Restaurants in California

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In 2010 two friends sought to fill the void of a city without notable Jewish restaurants and have since redefined the classic Jewish deli for San... Read More

In the midst of downtown’s Fashion District, WoodSpoon is a small, sweet café serving homespun Brazilian fare with heart. Chef-owner... Read More

This wood-paneled restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows serves hearty steaks and pasta. Read More

Brews and brauts are the main attraction at this downtown version of a German biergarten. Wurstküche’s brauts range from traditional... Read More

This hidden gem is nestled in a historic Japanese mansion in the hills above Hollywood. Teak pagodas, terraced Japanese gardens, and stunning views of... Read More

During the week, Yank Sing is a popular Rincon Center lunch spot with servers making dim sum cart rounds amidst packed tables. On weekend evenings,... Read More

Stop at the funky restaurant, 25 miles outside the park, for pork loin with adobo sauce and Sierra Nevada on tap. Read More

Located in the Western Addition, this Japanese restaurant and jazz club is an offshoot of the Oakland original, which hosted such celebrated musicians... Read More

Yoshi's combines an intimate jazz club with an immense Japanese restaurant: Pat Metheny meets bluefin toro roulade. Read More

Located in Los Feliz, Yuca’s is a no-frills, family-owned taco stand that has been serving up authentic Mexican food to residents of Los Angeles... Read More

Start your day with “Mike’s Mess”—a mountain of eggs scrambled with potatoes, mushrooms, and bacon, topped with cheese and sour... Read More

A casual and self-consciously funky place in Santa Rosa. The narrow room is lively, with copper-top tables and a long bar. The staff is young, tattooed,... Read More

Zeke’s highlights the best of American barbecue from major regions throughout the country: Carolina pulled pork, Texas beef brisket, Longhorn beef... Read More

This recently opened granita bar in the Farmers Market serves up the perfect cool-down for a hot day. The granitas' chunky ice crystals give them more... Read More

With a focus on seasonal, farm-to-table cuisine, the chefs at Zin Restaurant make almost everything from scratch, including condiments, breads,... Read More

With its name on the flap of a maize-yellow awning and planters and small tables in front of its plate-glass windows, Zuni Café on Market Street... Read More

In the SoMa District near the James Lick Skyway, Zuppa serves Italian cuisine by chef-owner Joseph Manzare, who has worked in Italy and with Wolfgang... Read More

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