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New School of Cooking

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WHY One of the best consumer-oriented cooking-school programs in Southern California, with an underlying love of food and a general joie de vivre. Good summer kid and teen programs, too. WHAT Well established and very well run, the New School has a mouthwatering roster of classes for both the amateur and professional: Izakaya: Japanese Small [...]

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Lukshon

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WHY Southeast Asian flavors refracted through the refined lens of Sang Yoon. WHAT Yoon’s follow-up to the gastropub scrum that is Father’s Office, this well-oiled restaurant is beautiful and sleek, worthy of a case study in modern design. The menu, like at so many of the city’s new places, is intent on obliterating the concept [...]

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Vertical Wine Bistro

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WHY About 100 wines by the glass, with lots of flight options, and LQ’s food to accompany those wines. WHAT A-list movie producer and Pasadenan Gale Anne Hurd brings a little Hollywood zing to non-showy Pasadena with her wine-focused restaurant—although the look is actually more New York sleek than Hollywood glitz, and it suits Pasadena [...]

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Silverlake Wine

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WHY For a well-chosen selection at every price point. WHAT This female-friendly, no-attitude shop showcases small-production wines from all over the world. And sometimes the best wine for your occasion might be a Pacific Northwest microbrew, or even a handmade sake. Tastings are happening events; Monday brings wines paired with cheeses from the Cheese Store [...]

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Providence

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WHY It’s one of best fine-dining seafood restaurants in the United States. Okay, maybe it is the best. WHAT Michael Cimarusti’s seafood dishes are constructed as carefully as paintings, and they’re as delicious to eat as they are to gaze upon. He’s been cooking in this serene and appropriately elegant space for so long and [...]

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Jar

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WHY Superb steaks and chops, succulent side dishes (duck fried rice, Japanese purple yams with crème frîche) and comfort foods (pot roast, coq au vin). Oh, and a Sunday brunch that Los Angeles Magazine has twice declared the city’s best. WHAT This retro-contemporary (think Mad Men) chophouse run by star chef Suzanne Tracht delivers a [...]

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Craft

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WHY Servers who make you feel like Trump, special-occasion food (veal sweetbreads with kumquats, rabbit saddle with wild cherries) and a Wall Street atmosphere for those times when laid back L.A. just won’t do. WHAT Part of Tom Colicchio’s New York—based mini-empire, this elegant place has a design-your-own menu where everything is a la carte—at [...]

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Julienne

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WHY Signature rosemary bread for toast and sandwiches, not one but two great bacon offerings (applewood smoked and candied) on the breakfast menu and killer chocolate-mint brownies in the dessert case. Plus fantastic takeout baskets for the plane or the Hollywood Bowl. WHAT Breakfast or lunch on the shaded sidewalk terrace fronting this impossibly charming [...]

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Hipcooks

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WHY Casual, convivial, downright fun classes that end in a meal and are designed to help regular people learn to throw something delicious together without freaking out. WHAT Monika Reti is as much a therapist as a cooking teacher, giving planning advice and getting people to shed their inhibitions (and terror) about cooking for a [...]

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Santa Monica Certified Farmers’ Market: Arizona

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WHY Harry’s Berries, Lily’s Eggs, Weiser melons, Rutiz carrots, Coastal Farms tomatoes, Cirone apples and apricots, Redwood Hill cheeses, Tenerelli peaches, McGrath beets… you won’t believe your eyes or your taste buds. WHAT One of the best and largest in the country, the Wednesday-morning market is pounced upon by the city’s best chefs, as well [...]

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