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Food and restaurants in Central LA, Los Angeles

Top restaurants

French Restaurant
“Rooftop bar with amazing views of the city. It gets very crowded at night so order a happy hour drink and take the elevator up to the roof to take in the view”
  • 347 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“I highly recommend their pizzas and pastas! Afterwards, take a look at macaroon heaven! ”
  • 233 locals recommend
Burger Restaurant
“In-n-out is also walking distance from us and is a must-try if its your first time in LA for that iconic burger!”
  • 152 locals recommend
Entertainment
“Very Hollywood experience. If you're travelling to LA and into sightseeing then CityWalk could be fun. Lots of chain restaurants to choose from (our choice is Tony Romas) and a great movie theater.”
  • 202 locals recommend
Gay Bar
“Cocktails & shared plates are served at this lively gay lounge with outdoor terraces & dance floor. Address: 692 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069”
  • 231 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Great restaurant and bar. Best cocktails in the area and amazing food. Crowd is typically full of interesting writers and other industry creative types. ”
  • 282 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“Cool trendy spot in West Hollywood! Beautiful people, cool setting; Inside can get really loud, try to get an outside seating, you will love seating under the stars, lights, and trees. Best to order Lollipop Sprouts and mushroom pizza (share with friends)... so good!”
  • 178 locals recommend
Hot Dog Restaurant
“Nothing more LA than hot dogs! Pink's is a very famous one that stars frequent!”
  • 123 locals recommend

Cafes

Italian Restaurant
“I highly recommend their pizzas and pastas! Afterwards, take a look at macaroon heaven! ”
  • 233 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Perhaps the place where craft coffee really took off in Los Angeles back in 2007, this Silver Lake coffee bar still has excellent coffee brewed by the cup or via espresso. And that patio is the perfect snapshot of Eastside culture. ”
  • 317 locals recommend
Café
“A must visit place for breakfast, or coffee, or dessert. Not only they offer fresh food, taste desserts, and awesome coffee, it is a MUST people watching place to hangout. Don't miss it! ”
  • 181 locals recommend
Café
“Food portions are HUGE and the patio is great! Perfect for meetups or getting work done. Cute coffee shop with an impressive dessert selection! Lil pricey but fun spot to hang! Bar inside too! ”
  • 215 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“If you are a foodie you must dine here. It's an amazing experience, whether youre celebrating an anniversary or just enjoying a night out.”
  • 159 locals recommend
New American Restaurant
“There can be long lines, but it's a huge favorite among locals and visitors. Excellent interesting food. ”
  • 176 locals recommend
Pizza Place
“This is a chicago style deep dish pizza place. One of my favorite places to take friends if they've come to LA to travel. Beware it takes about 45 minutes for the pizza to bake because of the large portion of cheese and crust! The whole pizza is pretty huge. It's a good place for a group to hangout and chat. The parking is bit of a hassle, so if you can uber that would be more convenient. There are many cute shops nearby.”
  • 149 locals recommend
Breakfast Spot
“The Griddle Cafe is a very popular spot for breakfast and their specialty is large, delicious pancakes. If going on the weekend, you likely will be waiting in line for a table at this hot spot.”
  • 124 locals recommend

Bakeries

Italian Restaurant
“I highly recommend their pizzas and pastas! Afterwards, take a look at macaroon heaven! ”
  • 233 locals recommend
Café
“Food portions are HUGE and the patio is great! Perfect for meetups or getting work done. Cute coffee shop with an impressive dessert selection! Lil pricey but fun spot to hang! Bar inside too! ”
  • 215 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“If you are a foodie you must dine here. It's an amazing experience, whether youre celebrating an anniversary or just enjoying a night out.”
  • 159 locals recommend
Bakery
“Chinatown is a neighborhood in Downtown Los Angeles, California that became a commercial center for Chinese and other Asian businesses in Central Los Angeles in 1938. The area includes restaurants, shops and art galleries but also has a residential neighborhood with a low-income, aging population of about 20,000 residents. The original Chinatown developed in the late 19th century, but it was demolished to make room for Union Station, the city's major ground-transportation center. A separate commercial center, known as "New Chinatown," opened for business in 1938. Street and natural limits of the Chinatown neighborhood are: north, Beaudry Avenue, Stadium Way, North Broadway; east, the Los Angeles River; and southwest, Cesar Chavez Avenue. Chinatown beyond the concentrated business center is flanked by the Elysian Park to the north, Lincoln Heights to the east, Downtown to the south and southwest and Echo Park to the west and northwest.”
  • 129 locals recommend
Deli / Bodega
“Best Deli: Canters (17 min walk) - classic old-school deli that will outlive us all. ”
  • 110 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“The BEST little cafe around! GORGEOUS baked goods. Wonderful tea and coffee. Lots of yummy dishes on the menu! Patio and inside dining. Right on the super fun Tujunga village block!”
  • 142 locals recommend
Bakery
“Coffee and croissant! YW. Unless you're from Paris and, even then, go and lmk! ”
  • 105 locals recommend
Bakery
“This place is a legend. Rated one of the top bakeries in the country, it's a MUST for pastries and cakes. But it also has a great lunch menu with many Cuban specialties.”
  • 65 locals recommend