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WHY Bone-marrow flan with mushroom marmalade and parsley salad, dry-aged prime rib-eye steak and possibly the best people-watching in Beverly Hills. WHAT With its sleek Richard Meier—designed interior and menu showcasing the finest beefsteaks and seafood from all over the world, Wolfgang Puck’s Cut has been a runaway success since its 2006 opening. If you’re […]

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Versailles

Versailles Famous Garlic Chicken

WHY Succulent roast pork and Cuban-style roast chicken, and (when it’s available) amazing oxtail, too. WHAT A no-frills, inexpensive L.A. landmark beloved for its garlicky marinated roast chicken, juicy, salty Cuban roast pork, plantains, black beans and rice. Branches on south La Cienega, Encino, and Culver City. 10319 Venice Blvd., Culver City, 310.558.3168, versaillescuban.com. L […]

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Al Gelato

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WHY For red sauce-dishes like rigatoni, as well as pizza, prosciutto or meatball sandwiches and salads. The tuna sandwich and the chili have many admirers. WHAT Gelati (or the amazing coffee granita) are the endings, but the meals start with hearty pastas, soups and sandwiches. Behind the tempting, extensive gelato counter is a casual, no-frills […]

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Fogo de Cha‹o

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WHY When you’re starving, celebrating and have $55 to blow on a single dinner, not counting drinks, tax and tip (or dessert, but you won’t have room for it anyway). WHAT Of Southern California’s several churrascarias, none has been more successful than this grand temple of meat, where spits of lamb, beef, pork and chicken […]

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Café Surfas

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WHY Lovely pressed panini, Kobe beef burgers and creative salads, to take away or eat here. Try the smoked venison hot dog with Maytag blue cheese cream. WHAT The café next to famed restaurant-supply store Surfas serves predictably chic breakfast and lunch fare, and it’s also a fine place to get food to take away, […]

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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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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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Scarpetta

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WHY The pampering, the prestige and the people-watching. Also the spaghetti with tomato and basil, which is as good as its $24 price tag would suggest. WHAT Scott Conant’s unfussy Mediterranean fare appeals both to the conservative older crowd and the moneyed young bucks who frequent this deluxe hotel restaurant. The kitchen shines at pasta, […]

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Picca

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WHY Innovative creations from Ricardo Zarate, Food & Wine’s best New Los Angeles chef, 2011. WHAT The new descendant of Zarate’s ultra-modest Mo-Chica is a trend-setting cantina whose robata bar items look Japanese but taste Peruvian (skewered grilled scallops painted with aji amarillo pepper) and whose ceviche bar garnishes flash-marinated fish and sashimi-like tiradito with […]

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