137 "West Hollywood" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Connie and Ted’s used to be the most popular restaurant in LA. Now it’s just a neighborhood spot, and so much better because of it.
Horses is a bistro in Hollywood with an “anything-is-possible-tonight” feel and excellent food that we can only describe as Californian.
Ta-eem is a Kosher Mediterranean restaurant that’s home to some of our favorite shawarma in the city.
At $400 per person, Sushi Ginza Onodera is one of the most expensive dining experiences in LA. It’s also a very memorable one.
The West Hollywood location of Tacos Tu Madre has a cute bungalow space, solid food, and perhaps most importantly, a liquor license.
Merois is an upscale rooftop restaurant at The Pendry in West Hollywood and a good spot to impress a client.
Grain Traders is a tremendous build-your-own bowl shop on Fairfax and a perfect spot for a solo lunch.
Yojimbo is a donburi specialist on Fairfax and a great spot for a quick lunch if you’re in the area.
Soulmate is scene-y Spanish restaurant in West Hollywood with good tapas and an even better patio.
Pura Vita is a fantastic, all-vegan Italian restaurant in the heart of West Hollywood.
Gozen is a high-end kaiseki restaurant on La Cienega with excellent sushi, sake, and other small plates.
Strings of Life is a sunny Australian cafe in West Hollywood perfect for getting some work done.
Located below Easton Gym Co. in West Hollywood, Jyan Isaac is a bakery offering all sorts of excellent bread along with jams and cultured butter.