Yes, some may find it obnoxious to take pictures of your dinner. But some meals are so crazy or amazing (or crazy amazing) that they need to be documented.
Throwback joint -- red booths and all -- that has served large portions of steaks and all the fixings since Koreatown made up the west side of the city.
Romanian mom-and-pop shop lets you feast like royalty on hearty pork meatball soups, stuffed cabbages and steak dinners.
A decadent, once-in-a-lifetime experience where the sushi is almost too pretty to eat. Almost.
Went here for my mom's birthday. Good mix of creative surprises for the foodies, but nothing too weird for the more conservative eaters.
A meat eater's fantasies come to life at this tiny Fairfax restaurant known for small plates and strong flavor combinations of beef hearts, marinated pork ribs, bacon ice cream and more.
Not nearly as foamy as you'd think. While Michael Voltaggio has made a name for his risk taking dishes, just about every combination worked.
The perfect fancy pizza pie that won't break the bank. Pizzas come in four slices, so grab three friends and make a reservation.
Cereal combinations and DIY grilled cheese sandwiches rule at this tiny shop for kids and kids-at-heart.
This ain't you traditional Sno Cone. Instead, get smooth, creamy whipped ice (and cream) topped with fruit, sprinkles, condensed milk and sauces.
An all-star chef with an affinity for vegetables and sea urchin serves inventive sushi and other dishes in this tiny Depression-era restaurant next to a wielding shop.
Wolf in Sheep's Clothing guys strike it rich again with their organized chaos of California and Southern-style favorites like potted meats and biscuits with apricot preserve.
While this small Japanese restaurant is famous for their ramen, be mindful that they only serve the comforting soup during lunch -- which is fine, as the large menu of tofu, noodles, sushi and cooked meats offers plenty of options for dinner guests.