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The Bazaar also features vitrines curated by Murray Moss of Manhattan’s (and West Hollywood’s) hyper-design shop Moss, and if you see something you’ve just got to have — a fabulously expensive Nymphemburg porcelain tchotchke, a gilded piglet piggy bank, a vintage model powerboat, a fetching pair of gentleman’s shoes or, my favorite, a set of finger puppets depicting five or six notables (including Maharishi Mahesh Yogi) — why, by all means break out that platinum credit card.




On January 31, 1984, The Grill on the Alley, located steps from Rodeo Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills, opened its doors and became an instant hit. Its continued success has earned The Grill an …




Osteria la Buca is located on Melrose Ave, two blocks East of Paramount Studios on the outskirts of Hollywood. We celebrate the gift that is Southern California produce and grass roots Italian cooking. We have a …




A collaborative effort between Mike Dobson and Rick Teasta of Ma’Kai Lounge and Mexican maestro chef Rick Bayless. From top dishes representative of classic Mexican flavors, Pollo en Mole Poblano – grilled chicken, mole …




Hard Rock is a haven for fans of music, food, and great times. Whether you are down for a Legendary Burger, live music, a Classic Tee, a Rock Star Suite, or the latest collectible pin, there’s …




LA’s most popular restaurant’s newest location is in the heart of Long Beach’s new waterfront development, The Pike at Rainbow Harbor. It’s located between the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center, and the world-class Aquarium of …




The menu is mostly small plates, but instead of an annoying sprawl of platters that don’t fit on the table, the delicious spreads and dips are presented in small bowls. Who wouldn’t swoon over the slurry …




Unlike other modern breakfast places in Los Angeles, The Waffle serves both modern and classic breakfast and lunch food in a diner-style environment fit for a Brady Bunch family member.

This breakfast eatery has become famous for …




Stuck in the heart of West Hollywood, Dominick’s is one of the only places in Los Angeles made to feel as though you are dinning at your family’s home for Sunday …




From Celine Dion to Snoop Dogg, everyone’s favorite hot dogs seem to be Pink.
Though the actual color of the dog isn’t that pretty shade, Paul Pink who started his first hotdog stand in 1939 is the …




If you are looking for an endless martini list and a place to bring your first date, martini, meet your shaker.
Lola’s is sometimes referred to as a hidden “gem” because it is off the beaten path, …




If you happen to be in the San Fernando Valley on a Saturday night looking for something to do, visit Laurel Tavern in Studio City where there are a fine selection of beers on tap as …




The Foundry on Melrose is one of those places where you will actually want to go for dinner and stay for drinks. Thanks to Eric Greenspan and his play on modern American cuisine with flair, The …




If you can’t make it to Maui this weekend, your next best bet is to head over to Duke’s.
Located in Malibu and overlooking the ocean, Duke’s is the perfect dinner destination that brings Hawaiian flare without …




The Ivy may get all the paparazzi on Robertson, but Newsroom Cafe is where you’ll see the real LA locals and low-key celebs. Although it’s based around healthy, vegetarian-friendly dishes, Newsroom Cafe serves up burgers and …




The Katsuya kraze has officially taken over Hollywood.
Celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus are frequent visitors along with anyone else who appreciates good quality sushi. With sushi favorites such as spicy albacore over crispy …




Luna Park is what you think of when you think of Los Angeles restaurants: relaxed, good food, and fun.
Whether its groups of friends huddling around a table or a business lunch, the overall attitude at Luna …




In a city full of bleach blonde hair and fast food, Morel’s Steakhouse brings an element of Parisian flare that Los Angeles has desperately been craving.
Located at The Grove, Morel’s is the dream steakhouse and bistro …




Whatever you think RFD really stands for, this restaurant devoted to Vegan cuisine is one of L.A’s only restaurants that keep vegan and non-vegans coming back for more.
Thanks to Ann Gentry and her devotion to …




At Gordon Ramsay, Western European flavor with a hint of Asian flair is an art of magnificent detail and luxury. This is the restaurant to celebrate in style, with a price tag comparable to the experience.
The …




As a member of L.A.’s infamous Patina Restaurant Group, Café Pinot is the perfect culmination of dining outdoors with American and French Californian cuisine.
Centrally located downtown, Café Pinot is that restaurant that your parents are probably …