- Posted on 23 February 2012
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Best Eats in LA
For first-timers to longtime Angelinos, LA offers something special around every corner. From world-class eateries and extreme street food to high class shopping venues and even one-of-a-kind nightlife hotspots, the City of Angels is a unique gem set right in the heart of California.
If you’ve got some time to kill and are wondering just what to do in LA, you’ve come to the right spot. We’re going to break down some of the best-of-the-best for you right here.
Urasawa – at 218 N Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills offers the ultimate in Japanese cuisine including the highest caliber sushi around in an authentic setting. The intimate dining room is the perfect venue to show off the absolute art of haut couture in Japanese elegance. This restaurant is really more like a museum for sushi and at between $100 and $500 per person the price tag is definitely museum quality.
Vito’s Pizza – If you’re looking for something a little more “comfortable” and a lot less costly, check out Vito’s Pizza at 846 N La Cienega Blvd right in LA. Offering a family-friendly atmosphere and some of the best pies you’ll ever put in your mouth, Vito’s is guaranteed to be one of your favorite “go-to” eateries in town.
EAT – For one of the most “authentic” LA eateries, you have to check out EAT. Located at 11108 Magnolia Blvd in North Hollywood EAT offers a little bit of everything but it’s their breakfast food that will really blow you away. Omelets, French toast, breakfast burritos – and it’s all extremely affordable. EAT is the perfect place to banish any unwanted side effects from the night before or start your day out the right way.
Next month we’re going to share the two best museums to visit in Los Angeles. Get lost in the history of animals or in time!