Los Angeles

Azla Ethiopian Vegan Cuisine
3655 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA

Vegan is a casual Ethiopian vegan restaurant offering gluten and soy free options. Azla is a family owned and operated business proudly located in the Mercado la Paloma, near USC and downtown Los Angeles.

Casual, cheery counter-serve with small tables specializing in vegan renditions of Ethiopian dishes.

Monday 11AM–8PM
Tuesday 11AM–8PM
Wednesday 11AM–8PM
Thursday 11AM–8PM
Friday 11AM–8PM
Saturday 11AM–8PM
Sunday 11AM–3PM

Drago Centro (Fine Dining)
525 S Flower St, Los Angeles, CA

“In every way”, from Ian Gresik’s “spectacular”, “traditional Italian food” backed by a “massive” and “excellent wine list” to the “elegant” midcentury-inspired room to the “unobtrusive” yet “attentive service”, this “sophisticated” pre-theater “go-to” and “Downtown scene” is “a star”; thanks to the “high-end” tabs, however, it’s perhaps best suited for “special occasions” and “power lunches” (a limited bar menu offers a “well-priced” but still “glamorous” alternative).

Review By: Zagat

Innovative takes on classic Italian recipes are offered in an elegant space with outdoor seating.


Tuesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
Wednesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
Thursday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
Friday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
Saturday 5–10PM
Sunday 5–10PM
Monday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM

Dulan’s Soul Food Kitchen (Crenshaw)
4859 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Classic Southern & soul food with all the fixings, including pie, served up in laid-back environs.

Monday 11AM–8PM
Tuesday 11AM–9PM
Wednesday 11AM–9PM
Thursday 11AM–9PM
Friday 11AM–9PM
Saturday 11AM–9PM
Sunday 11AM–8PM

Dulan’s Soul Food Kitchen (LAX)
1714 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Adolph Dulan, formerly of Aunt Kissy’s Back Porch, owns this small, but popular restaurant on Manchester. The Greens, Mac n’ Cheese and Sweet Potato Pie are fantastic. Really hungry? Try the baked turkey wings and meatloaf. Its popular to visit en route to concerts at The Forum. Parking onsite is a challenge, so prepare to park around the corner, if necessary.

Monday 11AM–8PM
Tuesday 11AM–9PM
Wednesday 11AM–9PM
Thursday 11AM–9PM
Friday 11AM–10PM
Saturday 11AM–10PM
Sunday 11AM–8PM

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar (Fine Dining)
800 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

“Superior” cuts of “brilliant” beef and an “excellent” wine selection bring fans to the Harbor East link of this “high-end” steakhouse chain; adding to the “wonderful experience” are “accommodating” servers who ably tend the “busy” dining room, with dark-wood decor and a “nice atmosphere.”

Review By: Zagat

High-end steakhouse chain with aged prime beef & classics such as lobster tails & pork chops.

Tuesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
Wednesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
Thursday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
Friday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–11PM
Saturday 5–11PM
Sunday 5–10PM
Monday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM

Harold & Belle’s (Fine Dining)
2920 W Jefferson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

You’d “have to drive to Louisiana to do better” than the “home cookin’” – think étouffée and gumbo – of this “old-school” Creole in Mid-City, where locals enjoy “humongous” portions and authentic “Southern hospitality” in a warm, comfortable space; regular jazz nights add luster, though some point to prices that are “steep” for what you get.

With white tablecloths & flowers, the eatery features Creole fare like gumbo & Southern hospitality.

Monday 11:30AM–10PM
Tuesday 11:30AM–10PM
Wednesday 11:30AM–10PM
Thursday 11:30AM–10PM
Friday 11:30AM–11PM
Saturday 11:30AM–11PM
Sunday 11:30AM–10PM

La Louisanne
5812 Overhill Dr, Los Angeles, CA

For a Southern bite with a hint of spice, try La Louisanne’s Cajun-inspired fare in Los Angeles district. The creators of La Louisanne have crafted a delicious menu filled with healthy and gluten-free dishes. This restaurant also provides alcohol, so diners don’t have to worry about bringing their own bottle. La Louisanne has a large dining room, making it easy to seat large parties. Bask in the sun and enjoy a fresh meal outside at La Louisanne.

Perfect for an after-work outing, La Louisanne won’t require you to change outfits before dining as the dress here is super casual. Leaving the couch is half the battle. Your foods awaits your pickup at this restaurant.

Safely store your car on the street or with valet at La Louisanne. At La Louisanne, diners can make use of the safe bike rack.

Prices are reasonable, with a typical meal running under $30. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at the restaurant, but the dinner menu is the real standout. Spice up your lunch hour with a delicious Cajun dish from the highly-rated La Louisanne.

Review By: Groupon

Po’ boys, catfish & jambalaya are some of the items at this Creole spot with nightly live jazz.

Tuesday 11:30AM–11PM
Wednesday 11:30AM–11PM
Thursday 11:30AM–11PM
Friday 11:30AM–1AM
Saturday 11:30AM–1AM
Sunday 11:30AM–11PM
Monday 11:30AM–11PM
Tuesday 11:30AM–11PM

LA Prime (Fine Dining)
404 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA

Located on the 35th floor of The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites our award-winning restaurant invites you to experience a culinary adventure in a relaxed atmosphere of refined service. LA Prime is known for its innovative and edgy cuisine and provides the ultimate in dining. Executive Chef Andreas Nieto has created a masterful menu utilizing only fresh ingredients in combination with an artist eye to please your palate. As you dine a million lights will stretch out at your feet or wink at you from the sky as you sit back, relax and enjoy all that downtown Los Angeles has to offer.

Prime beef steaks, seafood & panoramic city views on the 35th floor of the Westin Bonaventura Hotel.

Tuesday 5:30–10:30PM
Wednesday 5:30–10:30PM
Thursday 5:30–10:30PM
Friday 5:30–11PM
Saturday 5:30–11PM
Sunday 5:30–10:30PM
Monday 5:30–10:30PM
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Lala’s Argentine Grill  
7229 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA

In a sense, Lala’s origins trace to 1988 when future owners Horacio Weschler Ferrari and Mario Balul moved to the United States. Both came to California with a commitment to their Argentinian culture, a profound appreciation for the United States, and a resolute desire to create something that fused the best of both worlds.

Horacio, who has an extensive restaurant background, met Mario, a trained architect, in 1990, and they quickly became close friends with many shared ambitions and interests. By 1995, they jointly conceptualized their future restaurant and set about the task of finding the right location and space to realize their vision. This vision combined their nostalgic memories of Argentinian dining savored in an unhurried and uniquely social fashion with the kind of reasonable prices and appealing setting that would encourage repeat business. In April of 1996, Lala’s opened its doors to an appreciative public.

Argentine-style meats plus salads & pastas served in a comfortable interior or on an outdoor patio.


Tuesday 11AM–11PM
Wednesday 11AM–11PM
Thursday 11AM–11PM
Friday 11AM–12AM
Saturday 11AM–12AM
Sunday 11AM–11PM
Monday 11AM–11PM


Mama Soul Food Restaurant
5068 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Relaxed spot serving Southern-style soul food such as BBQ ribs, catfish & gumbo, with classic sides.

Monday Closed
Tuesday 12–8PM
Wednesday 12–8PM
Thursday 12–8PM
Friday 12–8PM
Saturday 8AM–9PM
Sunday 8AM–9PM