The “bäco,” a soft flatbread rolled around flavorful mashes of fish, meat and vegetables, is Chef Josef Centeno’s signature at this inventive, Spanish-inspired spot. We recommend the pork belly or Read more [...]
Mouthwatering traditional favorites and innovative bites with international influences. The hearty, spiced lamb burger comes on a brioche bun with an optional side of spiced mango chutney. The chili cheese Read more [...]
Executive Chef Ori Menashe house-cures more than 60 different meats and sausages, many of which are incorporated into the menu’s refined pizzas and pastas.
A popular Downtown choice with good food and great dessert. A family-friendly brunch spot that transforms into a lively late-night dinner hub. If you’re looking to prolong a successful date, Read more [...]
Church & State Bistro
A wining and dining hotspot. The classic French fare is made with all natural produce and humanely raised animal products.
This Downtown hub makes a mean French dip with your choice of lamb, pork, pastrami, USDA prime beef or turkey and a cup of Au Jus on the side. There’s Read more [...]
This airy, light-filled restaurant is a safe bet for professionals looking to impress. Expect traditional Italian dishes with just the right amount of innovation, such as basil spaghetti with Sicilian Read more [...]
This shabu-shabu house imports premium cuts of USDA Prime Rib and tender Wagyu beef from Japan. Reserve a table ahead of time to have this superb cultural and culinary experience.
Little Beast has been serving Southern Fried Chicken every Monday for the past five years, and it has become a favorite among our loyal customers. We serve half an organic Read more [...]
Silver Lake favorite Malo now has a sister. The Chicano-inspired eatery’s set up shop in a historic jewelry store with intricately carved high rise ceilings circa-1923 and a fully stocked Read more [...]
Pacific Dining Car
A gourmet steakhouse that was founded in 1921 inside a railway train car. You can wine and dine in this historic restaurant 24 hours a day.
This prohibition-themed restaurant and lounge is located on the 15th floor of a skyscraper. The main draw is the ambience. There’s a view of Downtown’s twinkling skyline and timeless cocktails. Read more [...]
Phillipe The Original
A trip to Downtown LA isn’t complete without a stop at this iconic locale. Famous for their French dipped sandwiches, this sandwich shop carries not only a variety of delicious Read more [...]
Muses from Mexico all the way down to Argentina and over to Spain make appearances on this tapas style menu. Ecuadorian crudo comes in the form of translucent slices of Read more [...]
Nestled in a Little Tokyo strip mall, this gem provides an authentic, no-frills experience with only the freshest, high-quality fish in its purest form. The long wait is well worth Read more [...]
The Bread Lounge
To-die-for breads and pastries baked daily. We recommend the simple prosciutto sandwich on an olive ciabatta. You can also pick up a fresh baguette or whole wheat loaf to take Read more [...]
The Pie Hole
These sweet and savory pies are made from scratch every day. The owner places an emphasis on locally sourced, ethically grown and organic ingredients, so you can chow down guilt-free Read more [...]
The famous Umami Burger plus some. There’s a Jewish deli with modern takes on matzo ball soup, knishes and pastrami sandwiches. A corner of the restaurant is devoted to curated Read more [...]
This urban eatery with exposed brick walls, long communal tables and a DJ spinning progressive indie fits perfectly into Downtown’s Arts District. The boutique brews on tap and exotic bratwursts Read more [...]