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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...

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...

Q

Chef Hiroyuki Naruke’s ingredients and techniques should excite even the most seasoned sushi aficionado Read more...

Peking Tavern

At the casual downtown haunt, owners Andrew Chiu and Andrew Wong have channeled the comfort food of Beijing. Read more...

The Factory Kitchen

This modern trattoria might be the newbie in the arts district’s booming restaurant scene, but it’s operated by two seasoned veterans: Chef Angelo Auriana and restaurateur Matteo Ferdinandi Read more...

Zo

Keizo Seki, the sushi master who made L.A.’s Japanophiles swoon with his ultratraditional meals at Sushi Zo in Palms, has opened another raw fish respite, this time downtown. Read more...

Orsa & Winston

Named after the chef’s pooches, this new restaurant is a genteel departure from Josef Centeno’s more casual Bäco Mercat and Bar Amá. Read more...

Maccheroni Republic

Twenty-five years ago Jean-Louis DeMori and Antonio Tommasi opened the romantic Locanda Veneta on 3rd Street. They’ve since cut ties with the restaurant and now are attempting a more humble osteria downtown. Read more...

Coco Laurent

This grand French enterprise strives, like its neighbor Bottega Louie, to be a little bit of everything. Read more...

Bestia

Before opening as Bestia, this arts district looker was home to the Test Kitchen pop-up series, where host Ori Menashe, formerly of Angelini Osteria, welcomed chefs from across the city. Now it’s his turn to be in charge. Read more...
 
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