The restaurant scene in Los Angeles is on fire. It’s been that way for decades. But this year is a little different. The hottest restaurants change on a monthly basis, so keeping up with the food lovers who keep stirring the pot by finding great places to eat can be a full-time job. For example, The Rosy Oyster, and Woodley Proper are open, and those eateries are definitely leaving a mark on the food scene. But it’s too soon to call them the most popular restaurants in town. And food-lovers put The Mar Vista, Friends & Family, Sweet Chick, and The Flats on notice. They are out the running for the top hot spots in 2017.
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Curtis Stone’s Maude is a reality show favorite. And several companies use Maude when they film commercials. This Beverly Hills restaurant is more than a hot spot. The eatery is always in the spotlight. The food and the atmosphere make this eatery a four-and-a-half-star work of art. Stone rotates the menu, so the cuisine is season friendly. You’ll spend some cash, but the dining experience is worth it.
Brent’s Delicatessen and Restaurant
Brent’s Delicatessen and Restaurant on Parthenia Street is the place to go when you are having a rye bread, pastrami, or matzo ball soup craving. But Brent’s is no ordinary deli. For more than 35 years, the oversized sandwiches and extensive menu keep folks coming back for more.
Jean-Georges is a New York favorite. The LA location is now open, and it’s already one of the most popular restaurants in the city. The LA location in the Waldorf Astoria in Beverly Hills is exactly like the New York location. Some diners experience sticker shock when they see a $9 glass of ice tea on the menu, but most folks know Jean-Georges is not a place to pinch pennies.
If handmade pasta and Sicilian focaccia sound good, then Felix on Abbot Kinney Blvd. in Culver City is the place to go. The chef’s father is an Oscar-winning special effects director of photography, and his son is winning the hearts of people who can’t get enough of Italian food.
Animal on Fairfax Ave in the Fairfax District is not only one of LA’s hot dining spots, but the restaurant is also a karaoke bar. Jackrabbit and turkey legs are on the menu, so folks who enjoy unique dishes, and who want to sing a little after dinner, go to Animal, and they fall in love with the place.