The 25 Best Los Angeles Restaurants for Spring 2014



The establishments below are presented in alphabetical order.


Connie and Ted’s
West Hollywood

Connie and Ted's

Providence co-owners Michael Cimarusti and Donato Poto are behind this West Hollywood seafood “shack.”
Recommended dishLobster roll with hot drawn butter or mayonnaise.

Full review and rating of Connie and Ted’s restaurant in West Hollywood.



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 – Los Angeles, Melrose/Fairfax

An upscale vegan restaurant from Oprah’s former private star-chef Tal Ronnen.
Recommended dish: Crab cakes, hearts of palm, granny smith apples, heirloom beets, horseradish aioli.

Full review and rating of Crossroads restaurant in Los Angeles, Melrose/Fairfax.



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Fishing With Dynamite
 – Manhattan Beach

Fishing With Dynamite

Chef David LeFevre revisits the East Coast fishing nostalgia of his childhood.
Recommended dishThe Mothershucker seafood platter.

Full review and rating of Fishing With Dynamite restaurant in Manhattan Beach.



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 – Los Angeles, West L.A.
Editor’s Note: Flores has relaunched as Ladies’ Gunboat Society at Flores, featuring a Southern-inspired menu from chef Brian Dunsmoor (The Hart & the Hunter).

Flores restaurant

A serious New American restaurant in the middle of LA’s Westside Little Tokyo.
Recommended dish: Texas caviar, black-eyed peas, poached egg and smoked ham hock.

Full review and rating of Flores restaurant in West Los Angeles.



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 – Studio City


Former “Top Chef” contestant CJ Jacobson crafts inventive, seasonal California cuisine in Studio City.
Recommended dish: Octopus salad nestled with long-roasted eggplant and finished with rosemary ash oil and toasted lovage.

Full review and rating of Girasol restaurant in Studio City.




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One thought on “The 25 Best Los Angeles Restaurants for Spring 2014”

  1. Why is it always that these lists that come out about great restaurants in LA, they’re all located on the west side of LA. there are great restaurants north/south/east of LA. these lists needs to cover a broad spectrum of LA to show off what makes LA great, it’s diversity.

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