Need a happy medium between an overly expensive date spot and drive-thru value meals? We've got you covered.
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.
Favorite neighborhood breakfast and lunch spot known for their huge portions of salads, sandwiches and soups and their fan-favorite red velvet cakes.
Farmers Market staple specializes in authentic Tinga, mole poblano, albondiga and more tacos, burritos and sopes.
Healthy, pan-Asian favorites like har gow, potstickers and marinated black cod at a relaxed, moderately priced mid-city restaurant.
Out-of-the-way Mediterranean and European-influenced cafe offers everything from lamb tagine, falafel and kefta skewers to pastas, Greek-style burgers and bruschetta at affordable prices.
Los Feliz eatery specializes in 12-inch Neapolitan style pies covered in fresh tasting tomatoes, cheeses, clams, sausage and other treats.
High class's sandwich shop known for fresh ingredients and inventive salads also dabbles in New Orleans-style po' boys and pan Asian fare.
Umami's two-story flagship restaurant at The Grove shopping center has a larger menu than the local chain's other location (think hot dogs), plus a polished, modern decor.
Equal parts neighborhood watering hole and sandwich shop, the third edition of this local chain offers a large selection of draft beers to go with your doner kebabs and fried pita strips.
The perfect fancy pizza pie that won't break the bank. Pizzas come in four slices, so grab three friends and make a reservation.