L.A. might not be a high -falutin’ fine dining city compared with its international counterparts, but what it lacks in Michelin stars, it makes up fo... Read More
L.A. might not be a high -falutin’ fine dining city compared with its international counterparts, but what it lacks in Michelin stars, it makes up for in impeccably sourced California cool cooking, authentic international street eats, and yes, a few fancy degustation menus, too.
Look at all the fit people jogging along the beach, and you’ll wonder how they stay so thin. Los Angeles restaurants feature a dazzling mix of celebrity chefs, locavore bistros, classic diners, great taquerias, and any other global cuisine you can imagine. Dine at some of the best restaurants in Los Angeles, whether it’s Wolfgang Puck’s CUT, which stands out for its service and presentation, or Curtis Stone’s Maude, which offers a rotating lineup of seasonal tasting menus. Nancy Silverton’s Osteria Mozza is a perennial favorite for its burrata and unforgettable pizza, while newcomer Jon & Vinny’s own pies are giving Mozza a run for its money. Spend more than a day here, and deciding which places to eat in Los Angeles will quickly compete with where you want to swim, shop, or explore.