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Black as Midnight on a Moonless Night

For years now we’ve listened to David Lynch give the morning weather report on Indie 103.1 FM (if you haven't, you should) during which he occasionally urges listeners to...

Taco Truck Night!

When you’re done swinging around the maypole—or raising your protest signs, whichever the case may be—refuel with a trio of carne asada tacos in honor of Taco Truck Night....

Citrus

L.A. made Michel Richard. Not just in the sense that he gained his fame here. Rather, the city shaped him, was key to his becoming who he is today....

Let the Games Begin

Even we weren't quite prepared for the sight of 22 pies on a conference room table. This, dear friends, is the "hard work" involved in choosing the winners...

Suzanne Goin is #1 (No, Really)

Out of all the 25,777 restaurants in L.A. County, hers came out on top in our list of the best 75 restaurants (see "The 75 Best Restaurants in L.A.," April...

Monsieur Marcel

Smack in the middle of Santa Monica’s 3rd Street Promenade, this open-air café and wine bar—an offshoot of the Farmers Market favorite—focuses on French comfort food for hungry shoppers...

Green Street Tavern

More boîte than tavern, this 30-seat addition to Old Pasadena offers some of the neighborhood’s better cooking. Dishes such as grilled heirloom tomatoes with burrata and a special of...

Little Dom's

A film noir aesthetic pervades this spin-off of West Hollywood fixture Dominick’s. Stained-glass windows make the restaurant’s two rooms feel like intimate chambers—one flanked by a wood bar, the...

TWELVE and Highland

The black-and-white movie projections and the IKEA-inspired decor may reek of trying too hard, but the exertions in the kitchen pay off. Chef Armando Martinez (formerly of Water Grill)...

Melograno

On a less-than-charming stretch of Hollywood Boulevard, chef Alberto Lazzarino (Il Moro, Piccolo Ristorante) cooks northern Italian food with minimal fuss. Couples converse on comfy banquettes in a space...