Nancy Silverton, Mario Batali and Joseph Bastianich meld their prodigious talents to bring Pizzeria Mozza and Osteria Mozza to the heart of Los Angeles. With the devout commitment to product, environment and hospitality, the two unique but equally engaging concepts provide dynamic templates for displaying the group’s profound passions.
641 N. Highland Ave. (Highland & Melrose Aves.)
Hollywood, CA 90036
Eveleigh has embraced the original identity of the historic structure it inhabits: an intimate and unpretentious residence on an orchard, built in 1923. From the unassuming clapboard facade, to the enchanting front garden, through the rustic & reclaimed interior, all the way to the back patio where an herb and vegetable garden surround you & Los Angeles twinkles in the background, guests will feel at home.
The food philosophy at Eveleigh is simple: allow the food to speak for itself. When possible, they provide all in-house production of the best the area has to offer. When looking beyond local purveyors, They source ingredients abroad that have conscientious practices and free-range origins. They are inspired by the freshness of California cuisine, with strong undertones of rustic, southern European traditions.
Market-fresh fruits, herbs & spices; syrups & infusions made in-house; and the finest small-batch, handcrafted spirits are what dominate Eveleigh’s beverage program. Similarly, singular, small-scale productions which advocate organic or biodynamic principles are prevalent on their wine list.
The Eveleigh hopes to encourage the spirit of conviviality by celebrating the fundamental relationships between food, culture, community and agriculture.
8752 W Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Hours of Operation:
*NOW OPEN FOR LUNCH FRIDAY 11:30am-2:30pm
Brunch: Saturday and Sunday 10am-3pm
Dinner: Sun-Wed 5pm-10pm; Thurs-Sat 5pm-11pm
Late Night Menu: Sun-Wed 10pm-11:00pm; Thurs-Sat 11pm-12:30am
Featuring the dynamic pairing of Master Sushi Chef Katsuya Uechi and design impresario Philippe Starck, Katsuya by Starck is truly a feast for the senses. With specialty cocktails, unique rolls and spectacular sushi and sashimi platters, Chef Uechi skillfully translates Japanese flavors to the American palate. Signature dishes include Crispy Rice with Spicy Tuna, Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeño and Miso-Marinated Black Cod. With superb talent and exacting precision, Katsuya by Starck is changing the face of Japanese cuisine.
In 2012, the Katsuya experience has expanded to San Diego, Houston and most recently debuted in Miami at the SLS Hotel South Beach.
6300 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Bar Daily from 5pm
11777 San Vicente Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90049
The Bazaar by José Andrés is a groundbreaking culinary experience from the innovative artistry of award-winning Chef José Andrés and the prodigious mind of visionary designer Philippe Starck. Andrés redefines modern dining by masterfully reimagining Spanish cuisine. The Bazaar takes visitors on a wild sensory adventure, blending Old World delicacies with avant-garde delights in a bold, multifaceted atmosphere where anything is possible.
A vibrant mix of sophisticated cuisine and playful lounge spaces where dining transcends into fête extraordinaire, The Bazaar invites you to explore a collection of magical dining experiences, entwined in a modern-day, European-inspired “indoor piazza.” Diners in Miami can now delight in the magic—The Bazaar at SLS Hotel South Beach is now open.
The Bazaar at SLS Hotel (Beverly Hills)
465 South La Cienega Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90048
Bar Daily from 5:30pm
Dinner Daily from 6pm
The Bowery brings to Los Angeles its first New York Style Bar & Bistro.
With a comfortable and cozy environment, a serious liquor bar, a hand-picked wine list, beers ranging from La Fin du Monde, Delirium Tremens and Pabst Blue Ribbon in a can, and an outstanding American bistro menu, the Bowery is the quintessential New York Joint
6268 Sunset Blvd (@ Vine)
Hollywood, CA 90028
Open 7 days a week from 12pm-2am
In a world where landmarks are few and far between there is Gladstones. Situated where Sunset Boulevard meets the Pacific Coast Highway, it’s become a place of Southern California legend. Gladstones offers a menu plucked from the very ocean it overlooks, serving modern renditions of classic dishes. In its typically relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere, there’s something to satisfy every palate. Whether you’re at the raw bar, the lounge, the dining rooms or the grand patio over-looking the surf, it’s commonly agreed there’s no better place, either up the coast or down, to enjoy fresh seafood, a Mai Tai or a sunset.
Over the last 40 years Gladstones has become a South California landmark. One visit and you’ll see why.
17300 Pacific Coast Hwy
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Located on the second floor of a nondescript plaza on Sunset Strip, Sushi Park is where Angelenos in the know (and the occasional Hollywood celeb) get their sushi fix. Grab a seat at the sushi bar for so-fresh-you-can-taste-the-Pacific omakase where the chef will take you through multiple courses of sushi, sashimi—sorry, no rolls here—and small plates for a hefty price. Note the limited opening hours for lunch and dinner (Saturday seats evening diners only).
8539 Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA
Mon-Fri noon-1:45pm, 5:30-9:45pm;
Delancey Bar & Pizzeria, with it’s brick walls and dark cherry colored wood, harkens back to the old days of the classic pizzeria’s and Italian restaurants of the East Coast.
Delancey offers gourmet thin crust pizzas, house made pastas and a full menu ofItalian influenced dishes. Fresh ingredients pair well with the 20 artisinal beers on draft, Italian, California andglobals wines, and an extensive liquor selection. Their pizzas rank with the best of the city.
Delancey also features an outdoor dining patio on Sunset Boulevard.
5936 Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028.
Monday – Friday: Noon-2am
Saturday & Sunday: 6pm – 2am
Pink Taco is a restaurant chain in Los Angeles, California with locations in West Hollywood on the Sunset Strip and in Century City, located on the premises of the Westfield Century City mall. It serves great Mexican food.
The first Pink Taco restaurant was opened in 1999 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Paradise, Nevada. A second location in Scottsdale, Arizona met with controversy and remained open for less than three years, between 2006 and 2009. A third location opened on June 28, 2007 in Century City, Los Angeles, California. According to the restaurant’s website, planned future locations include San Diego, California and Miami, Florida. As of May 2012, only two Los Angeles locations, one at the Westfield Century City mall and one on the Sunset Strip, were listed on that website, although the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino location was still in operation at this time.
The name has caused controversy in Scottsdale, Arizona, where the restaurant attempted to open a second location. In response, the city government received four emails complaining about the name. This generated a complaint from Mayor Mary Manross who said she was offended, although she did not see the name in a sexual way until the complaints were raised. She asked the owner to change the name, but he refused.
On May 15, 2006, the Scottsdale City Council, by a unanimous vote, recommended the restaurant for a liquor license from the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control. One resident raised an objection at the meeting, saying the name “demeans and degrades women.” The state agency said it had not received any complaints. The Scottsdale location closed its doors on April 1, 2009.
The restaurant quickly gained the attention of the media, and was soon contacted by representatives from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and Mind of Mencia with requests for interviews, which were initially turned down. President and CEO Harry Morton appeared on the June 27, 2006 episode of The Daily Show, which also featured a story on the controversy by reporter Ed Helms. During his interview, Morton explained that the name comes from a menu item, and that if the restaurant were truly “vagina-themed”, there would be “vaginas all over the walls”. Pink Taco was also mentioned during the May 20, 2006 showing of Saturday Night Live as part of its “Weekend Update” skit.
In August 2006, Morton announced a $30 million bid for the naming rights to the Arizona Cardinals’ new stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The offer was rejected by the Cardinals, who dismissed the announcement as a joke and a publicity stunt. On September 28, 2006, Pink Taco launched a similar bid to rename the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans to the “Pink Taco Dome”. As the State of Louisiana owns the Superdome, any name change must be approved by the Louisiana State Legislature.
8225 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Westfield Century City
10250 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90067
11:30 am–10:00 pm
A Hollywood bar and restaurant
Featuring local small batch wines and beers, classic cocktails, and seasonal shared plates
In the historic 1923 Taft Building
Home to the first offices of Charlie Chaplin and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, just across from the Pantages Theatre
Wood and Vine is well-suited to host parties as intimate as 10 or as large as 250. While the entire space features an inclusive feel, several areas easily transform into semi-private spaces for groups of various sizes. Specialized party menus are available, and our dedicated events manager will work with you to tailor the event to your needs. For inquiries please email email@example.com .
Wood and Vine
Located at The TAFT BUILDING
6280 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD (@ VINE STREET)
Their colorful beach shack serves an inventive and delicious blend of all the caribbean flavours. Dine in their garden patio or call in for take out. They also cater Holiday parties and all events. They’re located on the corner of Pico and Ocean Blvd; a couple blocks south of the Santa Monica pier, and within walking distance from hotels; Casa Del Mar, Shutters on the beach, and Viceroy. Go and experience the best in eclectic Caribbean cuisine at affordable prices.
Cha Cha Chicken
1906 Ocean Ave Santa Monica, CA 90405
Five years after its opening, Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo’s flagship restaurant still feels shiny and new, a standard-bearer for the meat-centric food of the moment. Shook and Dotolo may have started the dude-food craze, but, unlike many of their imitators, they understand the finer points of acid and balance, freshness and fat. Animal is bare-bones and trendy — no sign out front, no cocktails, minimal design. The focus remains on the food, which is a blessing. Their marrow bone comes with a pert chimichurri; their strips of fried pig ear come with an egg but also with chili and lime; and their grilled quail with plum char siu, pear, apple and yogurt is as composed and thoughtful as anything in the city’s stuffier, more expensive restaurants, and twice as delicious. If you have only a few meals in Los Angeles, this should still be one of them. 435 N. Fairfax Ave., Fairfax District; (323) 782-9225, animalrestaurant.com. Sun.-Thurs., 6-11 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 6 p.m.-mid. Entrees $12-$29. Beer and wine.
435 n. fairfax ave. los angeles, ca 90036
(323) 782 9225
open seven days per week
friday and saturday