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Saint Martha

Behind a red door in a Koreatown strip mall, the kind where you can order octopus and blood sausage, lies a restaurant as ambitious as any you’ll find in L.A.’s tonier areas Read more...

Pine & Crane

The café’s farm-to-table approach to Taiwanese beef rolls and peanutty dandan noodles is easy to relish Read more...

Bourbon Steak

On the one hand, this is a steak house in a mall. On the other, it’s a fine-tuned Michael Mina operation where the overall experience adds up to more than the sum of its parts Read more...

Superba Food + Bread

Topped with mashed avocado or prosciutto and cultured butter, toasted pain au levain forms the backbone of Jason Travi’s (Littlefork) global menu Read more...

Fifty Seven

If the first go-round with Eleven Madison Park alum David Nayfeld is any indication, the restaurant could be one of L.A.’s best Read more...

Cast & Plow

It doesn’t get much more picturesque than the marina-adjacent fire pit tables at Cast & Plow, the Ritz-Carlton’s new iteration of its hotel restaurant Read more...

Faith & Flower

Edgy but not alienating, ambitious but not brash: It’s a tough line to walk but necessary for a 165-seat restaurant near the Staples Center Read more...

Union

For a neighborhood trattoria, Union is seriously overachieving (in a great way) Read more...

POT

Roy Choi’s flashy Kogi concept transformed the “roach coach” into something more than approachable—it became cool Read more...

Herringbone

A tidy oyster selection would benefit from someone explaining which quivering bivalve is which Read more...
 
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