Driving down Melrose Avenue, you’ll find an interesting variety of sights and cultural enclaves on both sides of the street, which cuts from Virgil Village to the east to West Hollywood to the west. Much like Pico or Wilshire, this iconic stretch has its own way of representing unique portraits of Los Angeles’s dining culture. Here now, the 18 essential restaurants to try along Melrose Avenue.
Added: Ronan, Oui Melrose, Olivetta, Ggiata, Melrose Umbrella, Lala’s Argentine, Rosaliné, Vegan AF Truck, La Fonda Antioquera
Removed: Chi Spacca, Osteria Mozza, Pizzeria Mozza, Ink, Catch, Hart and the Hunter, Sweet Lady Jane, Murakami Sushi, Mario’s Peruvian, Cecconi’s, Gracias MadreRead More