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Food and restaurants in West Hollywood

Top restaurants

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
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!”
  • 124 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! ”
  • 182 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
Mexican Restaurant
“If you’re on the west side, it’s hard to beat their happy hour, and even the staunchest carnivores will have to admit this all-vegan restaurant is one of the best in town”
  • 126 locals recommend
Deli / Bodega
“Best Deli: Canters (17 min walk) - classic old-school deli that will outlive us all. ”
  • 110 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“EAST-COAST KALI 4/5: Casamigos blanco, grand marnier, passionfruit and some other fruity things. Not bad. Kinda sweet, not as strong as I'd like. DIRTIER BASTARD 4/5: Bourbon, ginger, lime, lemon-tea cordial (interesting twist). Again, not bad. PRETZEL KNOTS & BUTTER 5/5: Complimentary soft pretzel knots with a side of thick honey mustard butter? I mean, the only complaint I have is why it wasn't bottomless. Just saying. TRUFFLE SASHIMI 5/5: Wow. Mouthwatering. Tuna, hamachi, chili oil, ponzu, caviar, black truffle. Fantastic fusion of flavors. MRC ROLL 5/5: Seared tuna, shrimp, ponzu butter. Did I mention ponzu butter? Yeah. It was amazing. CRUNCHY RICE CAKES 4/5: I can still taste it and I was there a year and a half ago! Lightly fried, soft upon biting, and generously coated with a slab of the tuna. The classic spicy mayo and soy dressing was delicious. MUSHROOM SPAGHETTI 5/5: Yup. Definitely. Must get. Wild mushrooms, peeled sugar snap peas, tomatoes and parmesan. So creamy and savory and sweet. So good.”
  • 53 locals recommend

Cafes

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! ”
  • 182 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
Café
“There’s usually a huge line outside of Blu Jam Café, but if you get there super early, at 8am, you can often beat most of the lines. (0.3 mile/6-minute walk from here) ”
  • 79 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Cute atmosphere on a trendy street, with a wide variety of fantastic coffee and drinks to choose from.”
  • 59 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Be sure to check out the food truck that’s there every morning for a tasty breakfast!”
  • 55 locals recommend
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
“There are a plethora of vegetarian & vegan options in this city but a great option in walking distance is M Cafe – Melrose! They specialize in delicious macrobiotic meals. (0.4 mile/9-minute walk from here)”
  • 48 locals recommend
Breakfast Spot
“Great spot for breakfast, brunch, or coffee. There are some baked goods here too. Not a big place, but good for small groups. Good for a light breakfast before hitting the town.”
  • 52 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Waling distance! Walk half block north to Melrose, take a left, you will get to Starbuck for your morning coffee, or afternoon tea/dessert; or just go there to people watching, fun, and one of the busiest Starbucks in LA. ”
  • 32 locals recommend

Bakeries

Deli / Bodega
“Best Deli: Canters (17 min walk) - classic old-school deli that will outlive us all. ”
  • 110 locals recommend
Bakery
“One of our favorite dessert and coffee spots! They offer cake and pies by the slices within a cozy mom and pop cafe. If you'd enjoy a macaroon and chai tea without overwhelming laptops and cell phone conversations, this is the place.”
  • 29 locals recommend
Bakery
“Authentic American Diner established in 1957 in a "Googie" architecture building. Food is very good and affordable. Open 24 hours.”
  • 13 locals recommend
Bakery
“Great for breakfast, coffee, lunch, dinner. Nice outdoor seating space. Fresh organic food options.”
  • 24 locals recommend
Bagel Shop
“Best lox and bagels in LA., but get there early if you're averse to lines. You can also call in your order. Delicious nova scotia salmon and every type of bagel imaginable. Coffee isn't bad either. ”
  • 6 locals recommend
Tea Room
“They specialize in tea and boba, very cute, you'll want to take Instagram pictures once you get here...trust me!”
  • 6 locals recommend
Bakery
“Ask Maderia to make you a Vanilla Latte. Best you ever had. Say Angel sent you, and also get a Sesame Seed bagel with butter for $1.25 Simple and amazing.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Grocery Store
“Gelson's is an American regional supermarket chain operating in Southern California. In February 2014,”
  • 61 locals recommend