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The Best New Restaurants in Los Angeles

John Kernick Kobe-beef sliders at Cut

Photo: John Kernick

Sampling the latest (some say greatest) Wolfgang Puck outpost; a French-Japanese-Spanish fusion restaurant; and authentic Chinese cuisine.

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Destinations: Beverly Hills · Los Angeles · Hollywood · Downtown

Themes: Food + Drink

Inspired by: Best New Restaurants 2007 — by Anya von Bremzen, Published Mar. 2007

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    Sushi Dokoro Ki Ra La

    Lauded as some of the city's best, the sushi and sashimi dished up at this Japanese restaurant is fresh and authentic. In an understated dining roo

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    Macau Street

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    Pizzeria Mozza

    When Nancy Silverton teamed up with Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich to create—heaven help us all—a pizza parlor, you kind of knew it would be great

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    Wolfgang Puck opened CUT in 2006 inside the Beverly Wilshire hotel. Architect Richard Meier, who designed the Getty Center, crafted the bright, whi

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    Brentwood’s most popular sushi destination happens to be the chain restaurant Katsuya by Starck. Master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi and design impresa

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    Wild seafood in its "purest and simplest form" is the guiding passion behind Executive Chef Michael Comarusti’s Providence, LA. Combining East coas

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