2020 Best Noisy Restaurants in Los Angeles Area

Loud Restaurants
in Los Angeles

"What? What are you saying? I can't hear you!" --- Sometimes it's impossible to have a conversation while dining in a restaurant. Of course, noise can add ambience, but we suggest you bypass the commotion if you're planning on enjoying your conversation.

Here, we're giving you GAYOT's picks for the noisiest restaurants in the Los Angeles area, so you know what spots to avoid for your next date or business meeting.
 
Animal
13/20
Comfort is a keyword for this pair of youthful chefs cooking at their casual, but ambitious, Fairfax eatery. See More
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Bestia
14/20
Some of L.A.'s most interesting Italian dishes are found at this hip, industrial-chic restaurant at the edge of downtown. See More

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Black Market Liquor Bar
14/20
Chef Antonia Lofaso creates an ever-pleasing menu of small plates, complemented by creative cocktails. See More
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Bottega Louie
13/20
A versatile dining concept combining a gourmet market and Italian restaurant in an historic Beaux Arts building downtown. See More
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Connie and Ted's
14/20
A West Hollywood seafood "shack" from Providence co-owners Michael Cimarusti and Donato Poto. See More

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Gjelina
13/20
Seasonal, rustic cooking on Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice. See More
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Hinoki & the Bird
15/20
This hidden restaurant in Century City features creative and delicate Asian-inspired cuisine. See More
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Pizzeria Mozza
13/20
Pizzas, antipasti and more from Nancy Silverton and Joseph Bastianich. See More

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