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Urasawa

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WHY For an omakase meal of astonishing complexity, diversity and luxury. WHAT If you have to ask how much it costs, you can’t afford it—so we can’t afford it. L.A.’s most expensive sushi restaurant (and that’s really saying something) requires an outlay of what would be a month’s rent in some parts of the country. [...]

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El Parian

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WHY The best carne asada in the history of mankind, served on pressed-to-order tortillas. Remarkable birria (kid), too. WHAT Pay no mind to the graffiti and the bars on the windows, and step inside this friendly spot for gorgeous, grilled-to-order birria and carne asada, served in huge tacos, in burrito form or to go by [...]

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Brent’s Delicatessen

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WHY Very good deli, delivered anywhere in the greater L.A. area for a large group, or to pick up for a small one. WHAT Brent’s fleet of vans scurry around the Valley and the L.A. side of the Santa Monicas every day, delivering trays of deli sandwiches, smoked fish, raw veggies and lemon bars to [...]

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Border Grill Catering

WHY For vividly flavorful food that’s full of L.A. style, with good party management to boot—and if you want something funkier, they’ll send their taco truck. WHAT Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger have been L.A.’s culinary divas since they founded City in the ’80s; their Border Grill restaurants are both showcases of modern California-Latin [...]

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Auntie Em’s Kitchen Catering

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WHY Outstanding modern American party food, as organic as possible, with particularly memorable desserts. WHAT Before she opened her oh-so-hip bakery, café and store, Terri Wahl was a caterer specializing in production shoots. Nowadays she also feeds the cognoscenti at commitment ceremonies, 50th-birthday celebrations and publication parties all over the L.A. area. WHO Party-throwing Occidental [...]

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Pinot Bistro

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WHY Belgian endive salad with Roquefort, whitefish fillet with brandade and a great roast chicken with frites, all served in a place right out of the 8th arrondissement. WHAT Pinot Bistro is the oldest and most reliable of Joachim Splichal’s Patina spinoffs. Avant-garde when it opened, this handsome, artfully lit bistro has evolved into a [...]

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Saddle Peak Lodge

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WHY The country-rustic, ultra-atmospheric setting, not to mention the seared foie gras, elk tenderloin and a wine list bulging with trophy cabs. WHAT Decorated like a rustic hunting lodge and set in the spectacular mountains that divide Malibu from the Valley, Saddle Peak is that rarest of birds: a special-occasion restaurant that has remained special [...]

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Wilshire

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WHY With its California-dream patio and organic, market food, Wilshire is bucking to be the Michael’s for the new millennium. It’s not that, but we appreciate the effort. WHAT Wilshire has a too-cool country-club vibe, complete with leather club chairs and a cover-charge scene at the bar after 9:30, but it’s not just the latest [...]

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Mélisse

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WHY The seasonally inspired and hard-to-resist four-course tasting menu; at $105 without wine, it’s a serious indulgence, but one you’re not likely to forget. Believe it or not, it’s worth the extra $30 for the roast chicken, which is not like any roast chicken you’ve ever had. Beautiful vegetarian tasting menu, too. WHAT Mélisse is [...]

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Joe’s

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WHY Not that you’d regret shelling out for dinner, but the best deal in town is lunch at Joe’s, where for $19 you get a superb three-course meal—perhaps parsnip-fennel soup, shrimp risotto-sofrito and chocolate crunch cake. Great brunch, too. WHAT Before Abbot Kinney was the coolest place in L.A., Joe Miller gambled and opened a [...]

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