Los Angeles is known for its glitzy night scene and turning everyday people into celebrities, but did you know the city is also known for its wide variety of food choices? Whether it’s Italian, Mexican or Asian cuisine, the California city will make your taste buds feel Hollywood.
Scratch Bar And Kitchen
If you want quality treatment in Tinsel Town, definitely visit Scratch Bar and Kitchen. Not only will you be served by the chef who made your food but you also help support local mom and pop artisans who craft beers and wines. Aside from the service and the curated drink menu, Scratch provides family style meals at pre-fix menus—perfect for large groups.
This breakfast and lunch only restaurant specializes in French, Mexican, and Californian cuisine. Created by chefs Ludo Lefebvre, Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, the purpose of the restaurant is to evoke the feelings we have when family, friends and good food come together. Many patrons say the potatoes nachos, nachos, and French toast are must-haves when you visit.
For those who are die-hard foodies or pizza connoisseurs, Pizzeria Mozza is the Harvard of all pizzerias. Noted for “perfecting the art of pizza” and “heavenly meatballs,” Pizzeria Mozza is worth it, that is, if you feel like sacrificing personal space since the restaurant is noted to be small. Despite this flaw, insiders say if you visit between Noon-5 p.m. or 10 p.m.- midnight, you’ll be able to order a pizza pie, one glass of wine and dessert for only $20.
Changing the face of fast food and for a good cause, LoCol serves as a for-profit operation that caters its resources to better the local community’s economy and nutrition. Aside from providing quality food, owners Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson participate in spiritual workshops with their staff in order to maintain healthy work-life balance, something usually unheard in the fast-food industry. Yelpers say LoCol’s Fried Chicken sandwich and messy greens will have you coming back for more.
For those who need a meal, no matter the time of the day, Fred 62 has been voted for the best 24/7 restaurant in the Los Angles’ Los Feliz neighborhood. Not only is a reasonably priced but all menu items are freshly made, like their pop tarts. It has also been noted as a good restaurant to visit if you want to maintain a low-carb diet while on traveling.