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A photo of Redbird - Los Angeles restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Contemporary American • Downtown
Booked 17 times today
Located in downtown Los Angeles, Redbird is carved into one of the city’s most historic edifices, inside the rectory building of Vibiana – a premier wedding, events and performing arts venue. Chef | Owner Neal Fraser and Owner | Operator Amy Knoll Fraser have crafted a beautifully dynamic restaurant space within which to enjoy Chef Fraser's critically acclaimed Modern American menu. Wine Director Christopher Dugan’s wine list is well-rounded with great finds from both established and emerging regions throughout the world. Bar Director Tobin Shea's cocktail offerings feature well-balanced, bespoke renditions of the classics, as well as inventive and inspired originals. Indoor and outdoor seating options are available for brunch, happy hour + dinner.The Main Dining Room offers open air dining under our retractable roof with views of the Vibiana bell tower and the upper balconies of the rectory building. The Lounge offers dining tables along the banquette and windows overlooking 2nd St.
A photo of Eigikutei restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Japanese • Little Tokyo
Booked 1 time today
Eigikutei is a Japanese cuisine, sushi, and Shabu Shabu Kaiseki restaurant in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. We have a bar and offer high-end Japanese sake. Eigikutei serves Japanese Kaiseki cuisine courses. Each Kaiseki course expresses the traditional Japanese culture and simple but deep tastes that Japan has grown from time immemorial. We hope all of our guests can enjoy our Kaiseki cuisine with Japanese cultural experiences.
A photo of Hill Street Bar & Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary American • Downtown
Set in the Historical Core of Downtown Los Angeles, Hill Street Bar and Restaurant offers modern American cuisine with a dash of left-of-Little-Tokyo. The Urli Bird Coffee Counter opens at 7:30 am, providing house-roasted beans and a selection of pastries, while regular restaurant service begins at 11:30. A popular lunch and early dinner destination, we are close to city court houses, the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the Ahmanson, and the Broad and Contemporary Art museums. Prefer a cocktail? Our bar is carefully curated, fully stocked, and always friendly!We readily accept inquiries for private events and gatherings, and off-site catering needs. Our goal at 2nd and Hill is to be your one-stop-shop!
A photo of Le Petit Paris restaurant
Price: Moderate
• French • Downtown
Booked 10 times today
If you ask the brilliant minds behind Le Petit Paris, Fanny and David Rolland, They will say “We were born in a restaurant, literally”. From Grandpa to father, the restaurant business has been a natural part of their daily life.They decided 15 years ago to create their first restaurant in Cannes, Le Petit Paris, Parisian brasserie, located in the middle of the international film festival city.In order to give the opportunity of an unforgettable experience in Cannes to their international clientele, they decided to run a business on the beach with the combination of well being, relaxed and lay down on the beach with a cocktail and enjoying a gastronomic food.David and Fanny were always striving to be surrounded by great collaborators in order to provide a real “savoir-faire” to their clients. They have been known worldwide now thanks to their hard work and dedication.
A photo of Otium restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Contemporary American • Downtown
Booked 3 times today
Otium is a contemporary restaurant that draws from the rich culinary heritage of Timothy Hollingsworth. It is designed to be a social restaurant with a dramatic open kitchen merging indoor and outdoor spaces. The restaurant’s name, Otium, has its roots in Latin. A word that is meant to emphasize a place where time can be spent on leisurely social activities, both eating and drinking; adjacent to one of Los Angeles" most important cultural streets—Grand Avenue—and next to its newest, most vibrant addition, the contemporary art museum, The Broad. The restaurant draws inspiration from the 100-year-old olive trees planted in Broad Plaza by utilizing rustic cooking with live fire and sustainable ingredients grown in the garden of the restaurant’s mezzanine. Otium strips away the rigid formalities of dining while focusing on the quality of food, warm service, and relaxed casual ambience.
A photo of San Laurel restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Spanish • Downtown
Booked 14 times today
San Laurel is one of the flagship restaurants in Chef José Andrés’ collection at Conrad Los Angeles. Here, he effortlessly combines his signature forward-thinking approach to Spanish cuisine with the gorgeous produce found at Southern California’s year-round farmers’ markets. San Laurel is open daily for breakfast and dinner service.The restaurant’s interior combines organic, earthy tones and natural wood finishes with richer hues to complement what’s on the plate: the flavors of Spain as seen through a California lens.
A photo of Vespaio restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Italian • Downtown
Booked 12 times today
Get wined and dined downtown at Chef Agostino Sciandri’s newest restaurant, located in the Emerson.We are DTLA's premier power lunch or per theater date spot! Join us for a truly authentic italian dining experience, the likes of which will delivery your senses strait back to Tuscany.
A photo of Agua Viva restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Latin American • Downtown
Booked 15 times today
Agua Viva is one of the flagship restaurants in Chef José Andrés’s collection at Conrad Los Angeles. At this chic rooftop restaurant, Chef Andrés effortlessly weaves vibrant Asian flavors with Latin American influences, all while paying homage to his home country of Spain. Our menu features diverse global flavors that reflect the true melting pot of LA. Designed to be shared, our dishes are as eye-catching as they are vibrant, flavorful, and deeply satisfying. As you decompress in our breezy dining room, enjoy sparkling platters of oysters; a bright, refreshing Young Coconut Ceviche studded with avocado and mango; Chef Andrés’s iconic Txule Burger, made with dry-aged ribeye; and whole fried sea bream, with fresh herbs and mojo verde.Located within Conrad Los Angeles, a part of the stunning Frank Gehry-designed The Grand LA, Agua Viva features a promenade, bar area, and upper and lower dining rooms with terrace views of the mountains.
A photo of Proabition DTLA restaurant
Price: Moderate
• American • Little Tokyo
Booked 8 times today
Proabition sits in the center of the fashion hub L.A Fashion District. We feature a progressive American/California cuisine. We offer a year round alfresco dining experience with an aesthetic indoor outdoor enclosed patio. Our beverage program offers a robust collection of spirits and truly artisanal products notably Whiskey, Mezcal and Tequila. Weekend dinner experiences feature live music, fire dancers, our Speakeasy the "Monocole" and culinary and beverage experiences. Please note that we take every request under consideration, however, we can't guarantee that all requests will always be met. We offer valet parking Fridays and Saturdays from 6 pm - 2 am and Sundays from 11 am - 6 pm. Parking structure is available across our venue.
A photo of Abernethy's restaurant
Price: Expensive
• American • Downtown
Booked 2 times today
Chef in Residence: John Cleveland California Comfort CuisineLocated in Downtown Los Angeles on Jerry Moss Plaza at The Music Center, Abernethy’s is a destination restaurant offering a unique, ever-changing dining experience from LA, for LA. Featuring up-and-coming chefs and new menus for special limited engagements, Abernethy’s highlights the diverse flavors and people that make up Los Angeles. Abernethy’s is the story of the LA, related and plated by the Chefs who tell it best.Open 3 Hours before shows at Dorthey Chandler Pavilion, Ahmanson Theater and Mark Taper ForumLimited hours for the month of May. Open May 16-18th, May 26th & May 30th.

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  • Chris
    Seattle / Eastern Washington •6 reviews
    Dined 2 days ago
    Fantastic food and we wanted to try everything on the menu! Grits were phenomenal - simple, yet very tasty. Even if you don't like grits, give them a try. The pastry platter went home with us and made for great snacks later. Though everyone recommended the blueberry pancakes, I thought they were good... not great... and not on par with the rest of the food. The syrup though was surprisingly good. All in all, fantastic food and we're looking forward to going back and trying more things... and of course, another serving of grits.
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    Redbird - Los AngelesPrice: Expensive• Contemporary American• Downtown
  • Yummersvip
    California Central Coast •8 reviews
    Dined 3 days ago
    Everything was wonderful. My only complaint is they should offer extra bread/pita with dips for parties of 3.
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    BavelPrice: Expensive• Middle Eastern• Downtown
  • OpenTable Diner
    Los Angeles •2 reviews
    Dined 4 days ago
    Me and my girlfriend had a very satisfying dinner. The restaurant was clean, tidy and quiet throughout. Everyone working was kind and before I ask for something, they had already brought it to me. The attentiveness of all the staff was evident. And Chef Minou's food was outstanding. I can say it was the best Japanese dishes I've ever had. It was one of the most satisfying dinners I've had in recent years. I will definitely go again soon. It's the best!
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    EigikuteiPrice: Very Expensive• Japanese• Little Tokyo
  • NandiRvip
    Washington, D.C. Area •4 reviews
    Dined 4 days ago
    This is a meal I will think about for a long time. My dinner was so good and I was full, but I HAD to try the dessert. Bc I knew it would be amazing. Every bite was worth it.
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    Girl & the Goat L.A.Price: Expensive• Contemporary American• Downtown
  • OpenTable Diner
    Los Angeles •1 review
    Dined on May 13, 2024
    Came here for a business lunch with my coworker. Staff was friendly and we were greeted promptly. My associate had the Hill Street Burger and he loved it. I had the Bolognese pasta. It was awesome and a large portion. Overall experience was incredible I'm going to have to come back the next time I go to the Disney Hall for dinner. The wine list looks amazing.
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    Hill Street Bar & RestaurantPrice: Moderate• Contemporary American• Downtown
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