Met a new friend at the bar last night? Treat him or her right with a nice late afternoon meal.
Favorite neighborhood breakfast and lunch spot known for their huge portions of salads, sandwiches and soups and their fan-favorite red velvet cakes.
Nyesha Arrington's Westside hotspot serving California-style favorites like hamachi, broiled black cod and butternut squash flat bread is a favorite of business meetings and first daters.
This tiny restaurant near the Church of Scientology is a go-to brunch spot for hip guests seeking egg dishes and salads.
High-end Mexican in a casual, after-work-drinks type of environment, with specialty margaritas like jalapeño-cucumber and dinner highlights like pollo al Ajillo made with Jidori chicken.
Expensive, but quite tasty, breakfast and lunch spot from the folks behind Hatfield's restaurant on Melrose.
Small plates and a retro decor make this a popular place for Third Street Promenade workers to come for lunch and after-work drinks.
Josef Centeno's popular, lively downtown hotspot was made famous by it's rich "bacos" (sandwiches) that are filled with fried shrimp, oxtail or other specialties, but the ample menu also has flatbreads, vegetable dishes and larger items that require guests to come hungry and often.