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Cento’s classic beet spaghetti in West Adams.
Wonho Frank Lee

18 Hottest Restaurants in Los Angeles, January 2022

Where to eat right now around the City of Angels

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Cento’s classic beet spaghetti in West Adams.
| Wonho Frank Lee

The Eater LA heatmap has existed for more than 15 years as a place to answer the age-old question of “Where should I eat tonight?” Though the scene has gone through tremendous challenges in the past nearly two years, the city’s spirit of breaking ground and exploring new cuisines continues with every month of openings.

This month, everything from a stellar new sushi counter to a pasta aficionado’s studio have come to life, with a swanky Downtown Italian-American spot and a massive Hollywood property inspired by the recording industry debuting as well. It’s an exciting time to explore what LA has to offer in terms of new restaurants.

Typically places on this list are less than six months old, giving a sense of what’s new. For restaurants that have established themselves as one of the city’s essential places to eat, check out the Eater LA Essential 38. Restaurants are placed on the map in geographical order, from west to east.

Removed: Etta, Vida Modern Taqueria, Rumba Kitchen, Chef Tony

Added: Soko, Kinn, Cento, Sparrow, Grandmaster Recorders

Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; it may pose a risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial COVID transmission.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Soko

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101 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90401

Santa Monica’s Fairmont Miramar hides a little sushi alcove from one of the city’s most talented chefs in Masa Shimakawa, who really loves to show off seasonal fish and especially numerous cuts of tuna from this eight seat bar (along with a few tables just outside the space). Instead of a specific omakase set, Shimakawa offers a fully a la carte menu that can be tailored to one’s tastes, though cut rolls and sashimi platters are also on deck for those who don’t want nigiri.

Soko at Fairmont Miramar Santa Monica.
Soko at Fairmont Miramar Santa Monica.
Fairmont Miramar

2. Cobi's

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2104 Main St
Santa Monica, CA 90405
(424) 238-5195
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Already packed to the gills in Main Street Santa Monica, Cobi’s takes familiar Southeast Asian classics and puts them into a grandma-chic space that was once Dhaba. Except flavor-packed curries like beef rendang or butter chicken, as well as shareable plates like grilled branzino nestled into a yellow curry. Don’t miss the excellent natural wine selections, and be sure to order Thai tea pudding for dessert.

Grilled fish topped with fresh herbs on a shabby chic colorful plate.
Grilled fish at Cobi’s
Katrina Frederick Studios

3. Fia Steak

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2454 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90403
(424) 280-4196
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Michael Greco and chef Brendan Collins have carved out a separate meat palace aptly called Fia Steak with an Italian approach to hulking pieces of grilled meat. The menu starts with luxe items like grand seafood towers, caviar service, and raw fish, stepping into classic steakhouse salads like wedge and baby gem caesar. Steak options included a massive costata di manzo, priced at $12 an ounce and plenty of other dry-aged, premium cuts seared and then sliced before being presented at the table. This is the baller steakhouse Santa Monica has been waiting for.

Dry-aged bistecca from Fia Steak in Santa Monica in a metal pan.
Dry-aged bistecca from Fia Steak.
Wonho Frank Lee/Eater LA

4. Belles Beach House

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24 Windward Ave
Venice, CA 90291

The breezy beach vibes at Belles Beach House seem timeless and already weathered thanks to heavy Tiki and Hawai’ian inspiration while Elephante chef Thomas Lim assembles a Japanese-inspired menu like sushi platters, karaage chicken nuggets, and a damn good cheese burger that appeals to the sceney Venice crowd. Prime tables are already difficult to get.

Belles Beach House interior with lounge chairs and exposed ceiling.
Belles Beach House in Venice
Wonho Frank Lee/Eater LA

5. Jyan Isaac Bread

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1620 Ocean Park Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90405

Young but no longer a teenager, baker Jyan Isaac Horwitz opened his bakery to extensive lines in Santa Monica’s Ocean Park neighborhood. The 20-year-old operator focuses on well-sourced flour, sourdough leavening, and a tight menu of other beautifully baked morning fare. Go early or else the good stuff will all be sold out.

Jyan Isaac Bread in Santa Monica.
Jyan Isaac Bread in Santa Monica
Matthew Kang/Eater LA

6. Ramen Nagi

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10250 Santa Monica Blvd Ste. #2850
Los Angeles, CA 90067

One of Tokyo’s best ramen shops first descended on the Bay Area, drawing massive lines for its dense, intensely umami tonkotsu bowls. And from the moment it debuted here in Century City, the lines have formed, with ramen fans waiting their turn for spice-laden or black garlic-infused broth in a stylish, minimalist space. Nagi is already one of the LA’s best new ramen shops to open in years.

Ramen and appetizers at Ramen Nagi in Century City, California
Ramen Nagi in Century City.
Jakob N. Layman

7. Tatel Beverly Hills

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453 N Canon Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(424) 380-7902
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LA isn’t really aching for celebrity-riddled restaurants, but it’s hard to think of a flashier opening in recent memory than this Spanish spot co-owned by tennis star Rafael Nadal, soccer legend Cristiano Ronaldo, and Laker hall of famer Pau Gasol. The midcentury modern-inspired decor couples well with classy jamon iberico, pan con lechon, and paella. Impromptu dancing, well-garnished cocktails, and live music add to the true party vibe of the place.

A low-level view of a new restaurant with copper railings and white tablecloths and bright red seats.
Tatel Beverly Hills
Tatel

8. Horses

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7617 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90046

In a bit of a surprise turn the former Coach and Horses-turned-The Pikey has become simply Horses, a California-American restaurant with tasteful artwork, a timeless dining room, and equally timeless food. Chef Liz Johnson, who earned a James Beard chef nomination at Freedman’s and then went onto to helm Catbird Seat, along with co-chef Will Aghajanian, bring an elegant touch to the menu, serving things like pork rillettes, caesar salad, veal sweetbreads, and roasted Cornish game hen with dandelion panzanella.

An old dining room with lots of colorful paintings of horses and deep blue walls with wooden ball at the back.
Dining room at Horses in Hollywood.
Wonho Frank Lee

9. Cento Pasta Bar

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4921 W Adams Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016
(323) 998-0404
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Avner Levi prepared some of the city’s more daring pastas at Downtown LA’s Mignon for years before finally finding a permanent spot in West Adams. This is where pasta aficionados go for beet spaghetti, uni- and burrata-topped pasta tinted with saffron, and squid ink mafaldine. Beef osso buco, grilled orata, and cedar-smoked salmon are a few of the larger plates to share after finishing the pasta courses.

An exterior patio for a restaurant shown at night with long string lights and an olive tree.
Outdoor patio of Cento in West Adams.
Wonho Frank Lee

10. Bar Lis

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1541 Wilcox Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 410-6210
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There might not be a classier rooftop venue than Bar Lis, which opened over the summer at the new Thompson Hotel in Hollywood. With sweeping views of the Hollywood hills and a sprawling lounge area, Bar Lis is more of a place for lighter fare and French-inflected cocktails (the Tuesday jazz nights are especially compelling). The bites are surprisingly good though, with blistered shishito peppers, hamachi crudo topped with shaved fennel, and a comté-topped burger highlighting the menu.

Bar Lis at the Thompson Hotel in Hollywood.
Bar Lis at the Thompson Hotel in Hollywood.
Michael Mundy

11. Grandmaster Recorders

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1518 N Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 963-7800
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The folks behind E.P. and L.P., Botanical Hospitality, have finally opened their massive Hollywood restaurant Grandmaster Recorders. Start with an array of raw fish like sea urchin with orange and chives or a Baja tuna insalata with pickled persmission. Venture into pastas, hearty mains like a bone-in porterhouse or a Maine lobster stew, and then finish with pastry chef Jaci Kulodrovic’s music industry-inspired desserts. This 15,000 square foot, three-story lounge, bar, rooftop area, and full dining restaurant is a maximum space turned up to 11 for Hollywood’s new era of dining.

Grandmaster Recorders restaurant dining room in Hollywood, California.
Grandmaster Recorders restaurant dining room in Hollywood, California.
Wonho Frank Lee

12. Tacos Don Manolito

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5553 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 366-2688
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Popular Mexico City-style tacos a la plancha has arrived in Los Angeles from one of the Mexican capitol’s top chains. Tacos Don Manolito has plancha-seared cecina, longaniza, and chicharon topped with caramelized onions and served with bright, flavorful salsas. Keep it simple or order up the specials like the vegan rajas con crema for a tasty of CDMX in Hollywood.

Tacos and other Mexican dishes laid out on a table.
Tacos Don Manolito in Hollywood, CA
Wonho Frank Lee/Eater LA

13. Kinn

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3905 W 6th St
Los Angeles, CA 90020
(213) 291-0888

Chef Ki Kim comes to LA with a long history of preparing modern Korean fare in New York City, partnering with the team behind Hanchic in this minimalist Koreatown space. To open, Kim is serving a five-course menu competitively priced around $60 (before tax, tip, or drinks) that goes well with the fine selection of easy-drinking wines. The octopus, Norwegian mackerel, and beef tartare will have you thinking of the early days of Trois Mec or Orsa and Winston but through a Korean American lens.

A plate of fish with herbs on top from Kinn in Koreatown.
Norwegian mackerel at Kinn in Koreatown.
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14. Hot Tacos

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3515 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90010

Austin’s famed Veracruz All Natural has expanded to the West Coast, with Reyna and Maritza Vazquez operating out of a food truck around the Line Hotel property in Koreatown. Expect the family’s signature migas breakfast tacos in flour tortillas, agua frescas, plus favorites like grilled chicken, steak, fish, cochinita pipil and vegan options.

A side view of a black and neon pink truck in a parking lot that serves tacos, but is closed.
Hot Tacos
Hot Tacos

15. Tokki LA

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3465 W 6th St Suite 90-100
Los Angeles, CA 90020

Koreatown has a burgeoning wave of modern Korean restaurants, and Tokki LA is one of the newest installments of the genre. Chef Sunny Jang, previously of NYC’s Atomix and San Francisco’s Quince, has playful but polished dishes that recall Korean drinking fare, but with sometimes luxurious ingredients like truffle and uni. That cast iron truffle kimchi fried rice and the gently sweet, slightly crisp daechang beef intestine rice bowl are already home runs.

Truffle kimchi fried rice with truffle bulgogi at Tokki on a cast iron pan with wood base.
Truffle kimchi fried rice at Tokki LA
Wonho Frank Lee

16. Sparrow

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939 S Figueroa St Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 660-3032
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Downtown’s Hotel Figueroa has a new Italian-American restaurant with a wonderful poolside perch and semi-open dining room (plus a larger indoor seating area) serving well-made pastas, tuna tartare, and Italian-inspired mains grilled branzino that fit right in with the kind of Mediterranean fare that Angelenos love. The wide menu, friendly but professional service, and upscale digs make it an easy choice for something before a basketball game or live show at LA Live.

Blue fin tartare at the new Sparrow in Downtown LA’s Hotel Figueroa.
Blue fin tartare at Sparrow.
Sparrow

17. Bacetti

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1509 Echo Park Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90026
(213) 995-6090
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Echo Park’s newest Italian restaurant is already drawing accolades for its incredible design and well-executed Roman menu with pasta, grilled steaks and branzino, as well as pizzes. The arresting, well-appointed space just beckons the stylish set picking at grilled octopus with romano beans or pulling apart an olive-laden focaccia.

An overhead shot of a light green table with vintage plates that hold steak, persimmons, and a glass of wine.
Dishes from Bacetti Echo Park.
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18. Caboco

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1850 Industrial St
Los Angeles, CA 90021
(213) 405-1434
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Brazilian chef Rodrigo Oliveira has teased LA for years about opening a restaurant here. Now he’s working with chef Victor Vasconcellos to do a modern Brazilian eatery that this city has never seen, with Oliveira’s signature crispy tapioca cubes all the way to a fantastic carne de sol with dry-aged beef. Make sure to order up some seasonal caipirinhas to start.

Caboco Arts District with mural by Speto.
Caboco Arts District.
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1. Soko

101 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Soko at Fairmont Miramar Santa Monica.
Soko at Fairmont Miramar Santa Monica.
Fairmont Miramar

Santa Monica’s Fairmont Miramar hides a little sushi alcove from one of the city’s most talented chefs in Masa Shimakawa, who really loves to show off seasonal fish and especially numerous cuts of tuna from this eight seat bar (along with a few tables just outside the space). Instead of a specific omakase set, Shimakawa offers a fully a la carte menu that can be tailored to one’s tastes, though cut rolls and sashimi platters are also on deck for those who don’t want nigiri.

101 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90401

2. Cobi's

2104 Main St, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Grilled fish topped with fresh herbs on a shabby chic colorful plate.
Grilled fish at Cobi’s
Katrina Frederick Studios

Already packed to the gills in Main Street Santa Monica, Cobi’s takes familiar Southeast Asian classics and puts them into a grandma-chic space that was once Dhaba. Except flavor-packed curries like beef rendang or butter chicken, as well as shareable plates like grilled branzino nestled into a yellow curry. Don’t miss the excellent natural wine selections, and be sure to order Thai tea pudding for dessert.

2104 Main St
Santa Monica, CA 90405

3. Fia Steak

2454 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90403
Dry-aged bistecca from Fia Steak in Santa Monica in a metal pan.
Dry-aged bistecca from Fia Steak.
Wonho Frank Lee/Eater LA

Michael Greco and chef Brendan Collins have carved out a separate meat palace aptly called Fia Steak with an Italian approach to hulking pieces of grilled meat. The menu starts with luxe items like grand seafood towers, caviar service, and raw fish, stepping into classic steakhouse salads like wedge and baby gem caesar. Steak options included a massive costata di manzo, priced at $12 an ounce and plenty of other dry-aged, premium cuts seared and then sliced before being presented at the table. This is the baller steakhouse Santa Monica has been waiting for.

2454 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90403

4. Belles Beach House

24 Windward Ave, Venice, CA 90291
Belles Beach House interior with lounge chairs and exposed ceiling.
Belles Beach House in Venice
Wonho Frank Lee/Eater LA

The breezy beach vibes at Belles Beach House seem timeless and already weathered thanks to heavy Tiki and Hawai’ian inspiration while Elephante chef Thomas Lim assembles a Japanese-inspired menu like sushi platters, karaage chicken nuggets, and a damn good cheese burger that appeals to the sceney Venice crowd. Prime tables are already difficult to get.

24 Windward Ave
Venice, CA 90291

5. Jyan Isaac Bread

1620 Ocean Park Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Jyan Isaac Bread in Santa Monica.
Jyan Isaac Bread in Santa Monica
Matthew Kang/Eater LA

Young but no longer a teenager, baker Jyan Isaac Horwitz opened his bakery to extensive lines in Santa Monica’s Ocean Park neighborhood. The 20-year-old operator focuses on well-sourced flour, sourdough leavening, and a tight menu of other beautifully baked morning fare. Go early or else the good stuff will all be sold out.

1620 Ocean Park Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90405

6. Ramen Nagi

10250 Santa Monica Blvd Ste. #2850, Los Angeles, CA 90067
Ramen and appetizers at Ramen Nagi in Century City, California
Ramen Nagi in Century City.
Jakob N. Layman

One of Tokyo’s best ramen shops first descended on the Bay Area, drawing massive lines for its dense, intensely umami tonkotsu bowls. And from the moment it debuted here in Century City, the lines have formed, with ramen fans waiting their turn for spice-laden or black garlic-infused broth in a stylish, minimalist space. Nagi is already one of the LA’s best new ramen shops to open in years.

10250 Santa Monica Blvd Ste. #2850
Los Angeles, CA 90067

7. Tatel Beverly Hills

453 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
A low-level view of a new restaurant with copper railings and white tablecloths and bright red seats.
Tatel Beverly Hills
Tatel

LA isn’t really aching for celebrity-riddled restaurants, but it’s hard to think of a flashier opening in recent memory than this Spanish spot co-owned by tennis star Rafael Nadal, soccer legend Cristiano Ronaldo, and Laker hall of famer Pau Gasol. The midcentury modern-inspired decor couples well with classy jamon iberico, pan con lechon, and paella. Impromptu dancing, well-garnished cocktails, and live music add to the true party vibe of the place.

453 N Canon Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

8. Horses

7617 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046
An old dining room with lots of colorful paintings of horses and deep blue walls with wooden ball at the back.
Dining room at Horses in Hollywood.
Wonho Frank Lee

In a bit of a surprise turn the former Coach and Horses-turned-The Pikey has become simply Horses, a California-American restaurant with tasteful artwork, a timeless dining room, and equally timeless food. Chef Liz Johnson, who earned a James Beard chef nomination at Freedman’s and then went onto to helm Catbird Seat, along with co-chef Will Aghajanian, bring an elegant touch to the menu, serving things like pork rillettes, caesar salad, veal sweetbreads, and roasted Cornish game hen with dandelion panzanella.

7617 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90046

9. Cento Pasta Bar

4921 W Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016
An exterior patio for a restaurant shown at night with long string lights and an olive tree.
Outdoor patio of Cento in West Adams.
Wonho Frank Lee

Avner Levi prepared some of the city’s more daring pastas at Downtown LA’s Mignon for years before finally finding a permanent spot in West Adams. This is where pasta aficionados go for beet spaghetti, uni- and burrata-topped pasta tinted with saffron, and squid ink mafaldine. Beef osso buco, grilled orata, and cedar-smoked salmon are a few of the larger plates to share after finishing the pasta courses.

4921 W Adams Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016

10. Bar Lis

1541 Wilcox Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Bar Lis at the Thompson Hotel in Hollywood.
Bar Lis at the Thompson Hotel in Hollywood.
Michael Mundy

There might not be a classier rooftop venue than Bar Lis, which opened over the summer at the new Thompson Hotel in Hollywood. With sweeping views of the Hollywood hills and a sprawling lounge area, Bar Lis is more of a place for lighter fare and French-inflected cocktails (the Tuesday jazz nights are especially compelling). The bites are surprisingly good though, with blistered shishito peppers, hamachi crudo topped with shaved fennel, and a comté-topped burger highlighting the menu.

1541 Wilcox Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90028

11. Grandmaster Recorders

1518 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Grandmaster Recorders restaurant dining room in Hollywood, California.
Grandmaster Recorders restaurant dining room in Hollywood, California.
Wonho Frank Lee

The folks behind E.P. and L.P., Botanical Hospitality, have finally opened their massive Hollywood restaurant Grandmaster Recorders. Start with an array of raw fish like sea urchin with orange and chives or a Baja tuna insalata with pickled persmission. Venture into pastas, hearty mains like a bone-in porterhouse or a Maine lobster stew, and then finish with pastry chef Jaci Kulodrovic’s music industry-inspired desserts. This 15,000 square foot, three-story lounge, bar, rooftop area, and full dining restaurant is a maximum space turned up to 11 for Hollywood’s new era of dining.

1518 N Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028

12. Tacos Don Manolito

5553 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Tacos and other Mexican dishes laid out on a table.
Tacos Don Manolito in Hollywood, CA
Wonho Frank Lee/Eater LA

Popular Mexico City-style tacos a la plancha has arrived in Los Angeles from one of the Mexican capitol’s top chains. Tacos Don Manolito has plancha-seared cecina, longaniza, and chicharon topped with caramelized onions and served with bright, flavorful salsas. Keep it simple or order up the specials like the vegan rajas con crema for a tasty of CDMX in Hollywood.

5553 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028

13. Kinn

3905 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90020
A plate of fish with herbs on top from Kinn in Koreatown.
Norwegian mackerel at Kinn in Koreatown.
@scrumphsus

Chef Ki Kim comes to LA with a long history of preparing modern Korean fare in New York City, partnering with the team behind Hanchic in this minimalist Koreatown space. To open, Kim is serving a five-course menu competitively priced around $60 (before tax, tip, or drinks) that goes well with the fine selection of easy-drinking wines. The octopus, Norwegian mackerel, and beef tartare will have you thinking of the early days of Trois Mec or Orsa and Winston but through a Korean American lens.

3905 W 6th St
Los Angeles, CA 90020

14. Hot Tacos

3515 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010
A side view of a black and neon pink truck in a parking lot that serves tacos, but is closed.
Hot Tacos
Hot Tacos

Austin’s famed Veracruz All Natural has expanded to the West Coast, with Reyna and Maritza Vazquez operating out of a food truck around the Line Hotel property in Koreatown. Expect the family’s signature migas breakfast tacos in flour tortillas, agua frescas, plus favorites like grilled chicken, steak, fish, cochinita pipil and vegan options.

3515 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90010

15. Tokki LA

3465 W 6th St Suite 90-100, Los Angeles, CA 90020
Truffle kimchi fried rice with truffle bulgogi at Tokki on a cast iron pan with wood base.
Truffle kimchi fried rice at Tokki LA
Wonho Frank Lee

Koreatown has a burgeoning wave of modern Korean restaurants, and Tokki LA is one of the newest installments of the genre. Chef Sunny Jang, previously of NYC’s Atomix and San Francisco’s Quince, has playful but polished dishes that recall Korean drinking fare, but with sometimes luxurious ingredients like truffle and uni. That cast iron truffle kimchi fried rice and the gently sweet, slightly crisp daechang beef intestine rice bowl are already home runs.

3465 W 6th St Suite 90-100
Los Angeles, CA 90020

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16. Sparrow

939 S Figueroa St Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Blue fin tartare at the new Sparrow in Downtown LA’s Hotel Figueroa.
Blue fin tartare at Sparrow.
Sparrow

Downtown’s Hotel Figueroa has a new Italian-American restaurant with a wonderful poolside perch and semi-open dining room (plus a larger indoor seating area) serving well-made pastas, tuna tartare, and Italian-inspired mains grilled branzino that fit right in with the kind of Mediterranean fare that Angelenos love. The wide menu, friendly but professional service, and upscale digs make it an easy choice for something before a basketball game or live show at LA Live.

939 S Figueroa St Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90015

17. Bacetti

1509 Echo Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90026
An overhead shot of a light green table with vintage plates that hold steak, persimmons, and a glass of wine.
Dishes from Bacetti Echo Park.
Dylan + Jeni

Echo Park’s newest Italian restaurant is already drawing accolades for its incredible design and well-executed Roman menu with pasta, grilled steaks and branzino, as well as pizzes. The arresting, well-appointed space just beckons the stylish set picking at grilled octopus with romano beans or pulling apart an olive-laden focaccia.

1509 Echo Park Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90026

18. Caboco

1850 Industrial St, Los Angeles, CA 90021
Caboco Arts District with mural by Speto.
Caboco Arts District.
Dylan + Jeni

Brazilian chef Rodrigo Oliveira has teased LA for years about opening a restaurant here. Now he’s working with chef Victor Vasconcellos to do a modern Brazilian eatery that this city has never seen, with Oliveira’s signature crispy tapioca cubes all the way to a fantastic carne de sol with dry-aged beef. Make sure to order up some seasonal caipirinhas to start.

1850 Industrial St
Los Angeles, CA 90021

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