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Look at all the fit people jogging along the beach and you’ll wonder how they stay so thin. After all, 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:

The A.O.C.’s name stands for Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée—the French system regulating the quality of local wines and cheeses—and this Los Angeles restaurant is a magnet for foodies and oenophiles. Highlights include pork rillettes served with pickled onions, and arroz negro with squid arrives with a big dollop of garlicky saffron aioli. Even if you don’t stay at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel and Bungalows in Santa Monica, its restaurant, Fig, is worth a stop for its renowned farm-to-table menu, with ingredients from the Santa Monica Farmers Market. It’s upscale but not stuffy: features include the charcuterie and cheese bar, and a taco bar at the Sunday brunch. If craft beer is a food group, check out Beer Belly, a gastropub in Koreatown, which also does great brats and ribs. You could eat round the clock in their neighborhood, which even has a few 24/7 restaurants such as Myung Dong Kyoja, known for its noodle soups, dumplings and kimchi.

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  • Lotería Grill

    The original Lotería stand is a landmark at the Third Street Farmers’ Market; this newer location...

  • Lucques

    Harold Lloyd’s former West Hollywood carriage house now belongs to chef Suzanne Goin and sommelie...

  • Lucy’s El Adobe Café

    Located just across from Paramount Studios in Hollywood, Lucy’s El Adobe Café has its industry co...

  • Luna Park

    Located in the Miracle Mile district not far from the Page Museum, Luna Park serves mostly French...

  • Maison Akira

    Kyoto native Akira Hirose honed his culinary style under the tutelage of famed Frenchman Joel Rob...

  • Malibu Seafood

    Located on the north end of Malibu, this casual seafood market and café is popular with surfers a...

  • Matsuhisa

    Locaated on La Cienega Boulevard’s Restaurant Row, this fusion concept was groundbreaking for Jap...

  • Melisse

    Santa Monica native Josiah Citrin opened Mélisse in 1999, and it remains one of the city’s last b...

  • Mo-Chica

    The confoundingly underrated Ricardo Zarate—a Lima, Peru, native and former sushi chef—works wond...

  • Monte Alban

    Despite its unassuming strip mall location, Monte Alban’s affordable and authentic Oaxacan dishes...

  • Mori Sushi

    Minimalist décor and maxi-prices mark this West-LA sushi spot featuring traditional Japanese cuis...



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