From fancy to casual, West Hollywood has some great eats.
A Los Angeles classic. Please go here! If you're in the search for classic, Northern Italian food, look no further. This is it. Every single thing on their menu is worth ordering, my absolute favorite, though, is their lemon pasta--it's the most incredible thing ever.
The Dean and Deluca of Los Angeles. Beautiful sweet treats, a wide array of cheeses and hot food in the cases. The perfect place for an LA lunch or to buy a pretty gift basket.
The Petrossian family has been making and selling caviar for more than 100 years. A boutique and a restaurant, Petrossian is the perfect place to pick up a gift or stop in for lunch or dinner. Even if you don't like caviar, the menu offers an array of dishes that anyone would like.
One word: PANCAKES! These pancakes are really great. On a weekend, you'll always have to wait for a table, but it'll be worth it.
Chef Kris Morningstar serves food that is as stunning as the art that hangs on the walls of the nearby LACMA. Though beautiful, the food is also delicious, thoughtful and truly a farm-to-table concept done successfully.
I love the burgers, but I love the corn pups even more. The batter--made from Anson mills cornmeal--result in the best corn dog you'll ever have. Oh and the house made cream soda is a dream.
My favorite bakery in LA. Their blueberry muffin is the best muffin I've ever had. Not an exaggeration. If you happen to stop by around lunch time, be sure to get in on their sandwiches--all of them are fantastic.
Serious seafood served in the form of small plates. The uni clam pasta and Chick-Fil-A inspired sandwich are musts.
Southern food in los anglers. I dream about their pickled shrimp salad. Their biscuits are heavenly too.