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Support LGBTQ owned restaurants in LA
OpenTable gives restaurants the ability to celebrate their identity on their restaurant profile—making it even easier for you to find LGBTQ restaurants to support from coast to coast. Book a table at one of these spots to dine out (and proud!) for Pride month and beyond.
Los Angeles’s 21 Greatest Restaurants
After a long uphill battle filled with pandemic regulations, Angelenos can feel normal once more while dining out, passing plates with friends and family. Restaurants in Los Angeles have endured so much over the past two years, and it’s more apparent than ever that they are integral threads in the city’s cultural fabric. Now that the city is reopening, it’s time to acknowledge those hard-working restaurants—new and old, from Silver Lake to Manhattan Beach—that have defined the city’s dining scene, nourished residents, and established Los Angeles as a global destination for anyone who loves food. These are The Greats, 21 restaurants that make Los Angeles shine.
A Guide to the Best Date Spots in Los Angeles
Conversations begin on Bumble but they get even deeper IRL. When it’s time to move from direct messaging to direct eye contact, find a table for two. And to make it super easy, OpenTable and Bumble are teaming up to help you find the best date spots in your city. Find a restaurant that fits your style, whether you want drinks on a patio or a special four-course meal, OpenTable can help you choose the cuisine, seating area, and even book unique experiences with nearby restaurants. Download the Bumble app to find your match at bumble.com/app, and check the list below to find your table.
Discover the Top Women-Led Restaurants in the U.S. and Canada
There’s no better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than by paying a visit to one of these great restaurants — all helmed by women as chefs, managers, or owners. From running kitchens to managing multiple venues, these exceptional women are leaving their mark on the hospitality industry.
The Best Restaurants for Outdoor Dining in Los Angeles
Los Angeles has mastered the year-round outdoor patio, with exemplary renditions of waterside seating, nature-filled decks, and charming courtyards. Sunsets, ocean breezes, string lights, and umbrellas abound for both LA’s warm days and cooler nights. The city is certainly not lacking in superb places to dine outside, but some rise above the rest. Here are LA’s best restaurants for dining outside.
Celebrate in style at these 13 Los Angeles restaurants perfect for special occasions
Los Angeles has one of the best dining scenes in the country and that means the options for celebratory meals are limitless. Famed chef Jordan Kahn is taking diners back to “ancestral eating,” at his immersive, new restaurant; favorites like the two MICHELIN-starred Providence continue to enthrall diners with seafood; and Japanese and Taiwanese roots serve as the base for a host of exciting dishes at Hermosa Beach’s RYLA. Read on for 13 Los Angeles restaurants worth booking for a special occasion.
6 Must-Try Restaurants in Los Angeles Right Now
From star-studded celebrity chef openings to ambitious hotel restaurants, Los Angeles is kicking off 2022 with promising new places to check out as everyone emerges from a second pandemic winter. With restaurant dining back in full force, it’s time to get to know the newest hotspots in town.
The 6 Must-Try Burgers in Los Angeles
New York has its slices, Miami has its Cubanos, Chicago has its hot dogs. And as of late — Los Angeles has its burgers. The burger scene in this sunny city has exploded in recent years, and now every neighborhood has no shortage of stops for smashburgers, dry-aged patties, historic classics, and newfangled options. As with anything, though, some rise above the rest. These are the 6 top burgers Los Angeles has to offer.
12 romantic restaurants in Los Angeles for every kind of date
Los Angeles is easy to adore (except, of course, when it’s rush hour). The City of Angels also makes a cheery backdrop for love—as do its romantic restaurants, made for various stages of the relationship timeline. Linger over kebabs and shawarma at a casual Middle Eastern spot in East Hollywood. Recreate a Parisian getaway at a West LA bistro. Or get cozy by the ocean as you sip margaritas and tuck into a Sonoran feast in Manhattan Beach. Whether you’re on your first date or tenth, marking Valentine’s Day or just another weeknight together, restaurants in Los Angeles know how to celebrate your love. Here are 12 of the city’s most date night-worthy spots to book for your next romantic occasion.
Where to Drink in Los Angeles Right Now
Meeting up for a drink is a common pastime in Los Angeles, where balmy weather and a plethora of bar choices give visitors and residents countless ways to kick back. Grab a beer from a cash-only, beachside watering hole, or savor a chamomile-infused scotch in an intimate speakeasy. No matter what kind of vibe you’re after, there’s a bar ready to shake, stir, or slide you your next drink. Here are the 10 best places to start.
Support Black-owned restaurants in LA
OpenTable gives restaurants the ability to celebrate their identity on their restaurant profile—making it even easier for you to find Black-owned restaurants to support on Juneteenth, and everyday. Explore the spots in your area.
Women-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in LA
Celebrate the diversity of the restaurant industry! These Woman-owned and -operated restaurants are proud to share their identity — explore spots to support near you.
Asian-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in LA
Celebrate the diversity of the restaurant industry! These Asian-owned and -operated restaurants are proud to share their heritage — explore spots to support near you.
LatinX-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in LA
Celebrate the diversity of the restaurant industry! These LatinX-owned and -operated restaurants are proud to share their heritage — explore spots to support near you.
Middle Eastern-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in LA
Celebrate the diversity of the restaurant industry! These Middle Eastern-owned and -operated restaurants are proud to share their heritage — explore spots to support near you.
Persons with Disabilites-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in LA
Celebrate the diversity of the restaurant industry! These Persons with Disabilites-owned and -operated restaurants are proud to share their identity — explore spots to support near you.
Discover Inland Empire
California's Inland Empire is home to a 110-mile byway called Rim of the World. People travel from all over the globe to drive this road and stop at steakhouses to enjoy the local cuisine. Here, you can load up on mushroom Swiss burgers with all the toppings on a brioche bun. Global seafood favorites like blackened shrimp taquitos served with guacamole and freshwater eel sushi are commonly seen in beach restaurants around the area. Italian restaurants offer travelers a comfortable place to relax and refuel . You can also enjoy popular desserts from around the globe after an authentic international meal from five different continents.
- Apple Valley
- Banning / Beaumont
- Big Bear Lake
- Chino Hills
- Lake Arrowhead
- Lake Elsinore
- Loma Linda
- Moreno Valley
- Oak Glen
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- San Bernardino
- Victorville / Hesperia / Apple Valley
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