377 "American" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Everyone needs a bit of comforting sometimes, and Sunday Gravy in Inglewood serves food that’ll do just that.
Firefly in Studio City has solid small plates and one of the best patios in The Valley.
Jar is a fancy Beverly Grove chophouse that’s both charming and boring at the same time.
Slammers is a quiet Vietnamese cafe in Beverly Grove with a back patio ideal for getting some work done.
This is the cafe inside American Girl Place at The Grove. Prepare accordingly.
Horses is a bistro in Hollywood with an “anything-is-possible-tonight” feel and excellent food that we can only describe as Californian.
DuPar's is an LA diner institution with delicious pancakes and an even better patty melt.
Bob's is an LA classic where a cup of coffee and a doughnut will set you back $2.95.
Magee’s is one of the oldest restaurants in LA and home to some very delicious corned beef.
Kaylin + Kaylin is a pickle counter at The Original Farmers Market and a great place for a quick snack.
Marconda's has been open since 1941 and is a classic butcher shop inside The Original Farmers Market.
The Penmar in Venice is a great place to eat, drink, and relax on a golf course.
Fishing With Dynamite has proven to be one of LA’s best restaurants for consistently great seafood.
El Sazón Oaxaqueño is a Mar Vista spot with great Oaxacan food and huge burritos.