Here's where to take your kid or baby in Los Angeles' Silver Lake neighborhood. These family-friendly restaurants have plenty of highchair, noise and patrons that won't give you the evil eye.
The new menu makes up for past transgressions. Breakfast burger is decadently satisfying, pumpkin pancakes are fluffy and peanut butter pie is insanity.
One of the most underrated pizzas in LA. The plain ol' pepperoni is perfection--cheesy, saucy, delicious.
Always great for late night and pretending that you're living in the '60s. Breakfast anytime and dreamy ice cream treats, like the orange-vanilla 50/50 shake.
Ground beef and pickle tacos are a chicano dream. Habanero salsa is hot-sweet. Enchiladas with mole are tasty. Squash on the side please.
Three words: deep dish pizza. Salads and entrees are average, but Chicago-style pizza is the real deal. Call ahead—it’s takes a half hour.
A little Mexican, a whole lot Vietnamese. Try pho beef tacos with smoky salsa or crispy potato curry tacos. Rare beef pho broth is super flavorful, Mi Quang is delish.
Good burritos, tacos and quesadillas. Salsa verde has a good kick and Mexican breakfasts are solid. Try the tres leches cake for dessert.
The service can be eh, but the pastries make up for it. Cheddar & jalapeno biscuit is dense & savory. Try the Pink Parachute Iced Tea.
If you're a sucker for really old restaurants, you'll love Taix. The waiters are charming and the food is old school. Fun for families.