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Top Restaurants in Los Angeles - Your Favourite LA Restaurants

  • The 'City of Angels' is the home of Hollywood, Venice Beach, Santa Monica and much more. It's also home to lots of great places to eat. We asked you on our Facebook page where do you prefer to eat there. Check out what you had to say.

  • The Pantry

    Location: 877 South Figueroa St, Downtown LA

    Eric Tiettmeyer says:

    Second oldest restaurant in the city, never been closed, and still have the best grub in LA!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Opened 24 hours a day since 1924, The Pantry claims to have never been closed or never without a customer since the day they began operating. We're not going to argue. Found beside the Staples Center, The Pantry is great for breakfasts, pastries and more.

  • Pig 'N Whistle

    Location: 6714 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood

    Tom Jones says:

    Here you'll find great atmosphere, good food and mid-week deals. It also has a bit of history to it as it's where the great Hollywood stars of yesteryear used to dine.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Located smack bang in the middle of Hollywood Boulevard, here you'll find pasta, sandwiches, burgers and more. A good option on the famous strip.


    Opening hours: Daily June-August 11am-11pm, September-April 11am-9pm.

  • The Hall at Palihouse

    Location: 8465 Holloway Drive West, Hollywood

    Carol D. Anderson says:

    Perfect for a warm evening outside, and a smooth transition to the lounge for cocktails and socializing after...

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Thanks to its tranquil courtyard location outdoors, this might be one of the pricier restaurants in Los Angeles, but it's worth the extra dollars. It's good for cocktails, brunch and other niceties.

  • Pie 'N Burger

    Location: 913 East California Boulevard, Pasadena

    Genevieve Smith says:

    Yum!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Opened since 1963, the food you get here today is the same as what you would've received when it first opened as the recipes, products and methods haven't changed. The awards they've won speak for themselves as since 2002 they've won four of them for both their burgers and pies.

  • Pink's Hot Dogs

    Location: 709 N. La Brea Ave, Hollywood

    Scott D Puening says:

    Pink's Hot Dogs have been at La Brea Ave in Hollywood for over 60 years!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This family-owned hot dog stand is open since 1939 to be exact. It's famous as the hot dog stand that feeds the stars as Bill Cosby, Jay Leno, Arnold Shwarzenegger and Snoop Dogg are just some of the people who have eaten here in the past.

  • Mazinga Z

    Location: 3054 West 8th St, Koreatown

    Recommended by Aek Chaiyut says:

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Themed on its Japanese anime namesake, this unique restaurant boasts affordable prices and great food. The deep fried chicken gizzard appetizer is said to be particularly tasty.

  • Bucca de Beppo

    Location: 1442 2nd Street, Santa Monica

    Aitziber Zumalde says:

    Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmhhhhhhhhh!!!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This Italian chain has everything you'd expect to find on the menu - pastas, pizzas, salads and more. They do great specials also so keep an eye out for them when you visit.

  • Carl's Junior

    Location: 275 South Harbor Boulevard, Northern Anaheim

    Recommended by Alex Micheal James Gunn

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Found in Southern, Western, and South Western USA, this is a popular fast food chain. Everything you'd expect to see on the menu like burgers, chicken is there plus a lot more.

  • Small World

    Location: 1407 Ocean Front Walk, Venice

    Aitziber Zumalde says:

    Small World on Venice Beach - and its a bookshop as well!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    While it's best known as a book shop, 'Small World Books' as it is officially known has a small patio on the front of its shop where you can sit down with a coffee and watch the world go by on Venice's famous promenade.

  • The Rose Café & Market

    Location: 220 Rose Ave, Venice

    Claudia Kayser says:

    For breakfast I'd recommend The Rose Cafe in Venice which does great food.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Perfect for breakfast or lunch, popular plates here include croissant french toast with berry compote and a side of mascarpone cheese and eggs benedict.

  • C & O Trattoria

    Location: 31 Washington Boulevard, Marina Del Rey (at Venice Pier)

    Claudia Kayser says:

    For dinner go to Buca di Beppo in Redondo Beach or C&O Trattoria in Marina Del Rey - try to get there for the time of the nightly ritual that is the singing of 'That's Amore' by staff and guests! ;-)

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Specialising in Northern Italian food, C & O (cheese and olive) Trattoria has a beautiful open courtyard with the sound of a fountain to relax. Be warned though - portions are huge, so make sure to have an appetite before you go.

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  • The 'City of Angels' is the home of Hollywood, Venice Beach, Santa Monica and much more. It's also home to lots of great places to eat. We asked you on our Facebook page where do you prefer to eat there. Check out what you had to say.

  • The Pantry

    Location: 877 South Figueroa St, Downtown LA

    Eric Tiettmeyer says:

    Second oldest restaurant in the city, never been closed, and still have the best grub in LA!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Opened 24 hours a day since 1924, The Pantry claims to have never been closed or never without a customer since the day they began operating. We're not going to argue. Found beside the Staples Center, The Pantry is great for breakfasts, pastries and more.

  • Pig 'N Whistle

    Location: 6714 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood

    Tom Jones says:

    Here you'll find great atmosphere, good food and mid-week deals. It also has a bit of history to it as it's where the great Hollywood stars of yesteryear used to dine.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Located smack bang in the middle of Hollywood Boulevard, here you'll find pasta, sandwiches, burgers and more. A good option on the famous strip.


    Opening hours: Daily June-August 11am-11pm, September-April 11am-9pm.

  • The Hall at Palihouse

    Location: 8465 Holloway Drive West, Hollywood

    Carol D. Anderson says:

    Perfect for a warm evening outside, and a smooth transition to the lounge for cocktails and socializing after...

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Thanks to its tranquil courtyard location outdoors, this might be one of the pricier restaurants in Los Angeles, but it's worth the extra dollars. It's good for cocktails, brunch and other niceties.

  • Pie 'N Burger

    Location: 913 East California Boulevard, Pasadena

    Genevieve Smith says:

    Yum!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Opened since 1963, the food you get here today is the same as what you would've received when it first opened as the recipes, products and methods haven't changed. The awards they've won speak for themselves as since 2002 they've won four of them for both their burgers and pies.

  • Pink's Hot Dogs

    Location: 709 N. La Brea Ave, Hollywood

    Scott D Puening says:

    Pink's Hot Dogs have been at La Brea Ave in Hollywood for over 60 years!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This family-owned hot dog stand is open since 1939 to be exact. It's famous as the hot dog stand that feeds the stars as Bill Cosby, Jay Leno, Arnold Shwarzenegger and Snoop Dogg are just some of the people who have eaten here in the past.

  • Mazinga Z

    Location: 3054 West 8th St, Koreatown

    Recommended by Aek Chaiyut says:

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Themed on its Japanese anime namesake, this unique restaurant boasts affordable prices and great food. The deep fried chicken gizzard appetizer is said to be particularly tasty.

  • Bucca de Beppo

    Location: 1442 2nd Street, Santa Monica

    Aitziber Zumalde says:

    Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmhhhhhhhhh!!!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This Italian chain has everything you'd expect to find on the menu - pastas, pizzas, salads and more. They do great specials also so keep an eye out for them when you visit.

  • Carl's Junior

    Location: 275 South Harbor Boulevard, Northern Anaheim

    Recommended by Alex Micheal James Gunn

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Found in Southern, Western, and South Western USA, this is a popular fast food chain. Everything you'd expect to see on the menu like burgers, chicken is there plus a lot more.

  • Small World

    Location: 1407 Ocean Front Walk, Venice

    Aitziber Zumalde says:

    Small World on Venice Beach - and its a bookshop as well!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    While it's best known as a book shop, 'Small World Books' as it is officially known has a small patio on the front of its shop where you can sit down with a coffee and watch the world go by on Venice's famous promenade.

  • The Rose Café & Market

    Location: 220 Rose Ave, Venice

    Claudia Kayser says:

    For breakfast I'd recommend The Rose Cafe in Venice which does great food.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Perfect for breakfast or lunch, popular plates here include croissant french toast with berry compote and a side of mascarpone cheese and eggs benedict.

  • C & O Trattoria

    Location: 31 Washington Boulevard, Marina Del Rey (at Venice Pier)

    Claudia Kayser says:

    For dinner go to Buca di Beppo in Redondo Beach or C&O Trattoria in Marina Del Rey - try to get there for the time of the nightly ritual that is the singing of 'That's Amore' by staff and guests! ;-)

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Specialising in Northern Italian food, C & O (cheese and olive) Trattoria has a beautiful open courtyard with the sound of a fountain to relax. Be warned though - portions are huge, so make sure to have an appetite before you go.

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