Think KFC is the only place that makes powdery, flaky biscuits? Think again. And never consider that dining option again.
No surprise that a restaurant with a nostalgic name like this rocks in the comfort food department, including eggs and biscuits, meatloaf and, of course, cupcakes.
Los Angeles diner harkening back to the glory days of Googie architecture is jammed for Sunday brunches of eggs and biscuits or pancakes loaded with syrup.
This mom and pop shop has over 30 years experience of serving breakfasts of champions (meaning pancakes, biscuits and gravy and other carb-heavy goodness) to west side brunchers.
Oh my darling, does this Century City lunch spot deliver when it comes to pastries and hot, gourmet sandwiches.
"Top Chef's" Brooke Williamson's Playa del Rey gastropub's low-key vibe meshes well with its white bean bruschettas, pretzel burgers and long list of draught beers and wines by the glass.
An acronym for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this restaurant serves the best of all meals: from omelettes and tater tots to burgers and edamame salads.
Small plates and strong flavors (and drinks!) rule at David LeFevre's beach city hotspot popular for date nights and girls nights out.
The name may be deceiving. Think more Southern than Chicago, with fried okra, blood peach salads and honey cake.
Downtown gastropub pairs early 20th century decor and styling with a 21st century menu of kale salads, wings in miso sauce and large slices of fish and chips.
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.