The 25 Best Los Angeles Restaurants for Summer 2014

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The establishments below are presented in alphabetical order.   The OinskterHollywood Pastrami sandwich Chef Andre Guerrero goes casual with The Oinkster, an Eagle Rock favorite, that has now landed in Hollywood. Recommended dish: House-cured pastrami sandwich. Review and rating of The Oinkster restaurant in Hollywood.   Green line bigger2   Oliver’s Prime Steakhouse –  West Hollywood American Wagyu beef tartare - Oliver's Prime Steakhouse Chef Greg Elkin is in charge of the kitchen of this sleek steakhouse in The Grafton on Sunset in West Hollywood. Recommended dish: American Wagyu beef tartare and asparagus with brioche, Gruyère, prosciutto and a fried egg. Review and rating of Oliver’s Prime Steakhouse at The Grafton on Sunset in West Hollywood.   Green line bigger2 Palihouse Courtyard Brasserie  –  West Hollywood Pork schnitzel - Palihouse Courtyard Brasserie Chef Mathew Woolf has composed an eclectic menu for this private-feel courtyard. Recommended dish: Pork schnitzel, pickled stone fruit. Review, rating and photo gallery of Palihouse Courtyard Brasserie in West Hollywood.   Green line bigger2   Petrossian Boutique & Restaurant  –  West Hollywood potato-tart-petrossian   The Los Angeles caviar emporium offers modern cuisine by chef Giselle Wellman. Recommended dish: Tarte aux pommes de terre, potato tart, crème fraîche, 20 g Transmontanus caviar or a (big) box of caviar? Review and rating of Petrossian Boutique & Restaurant in West Hollywood.   Green line bigger2   Polo Lounge –  Beverly Hills Tuna tartare - Polo Lounge The Polo Lounge, a Beverly Hills legend since 1941, serves classic cuisine in an elegant setting. Recommended dish: Ahi tuna tartare, avocado, sea beans, dukkah spice, pine nuts. Review and rating of The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills. MORE ON Top 10 LA Burger Restaurants Top 10 LA Restaurants With the Best Décor