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The Hit ListLos Angeles

Winsome, Hanjip, Otium, Now on The Resy Hit List

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TFW Raya accepts, a match lines-up, and the Resy Hit List Los Angeles drops. Moby spins vegan for a cause in Silver Lake and Charcoal Venice counters with tartare five ways. You are where you eat, so tap the heart.

1/Winsome
2/Hanjip
3/Otium
4/Trois Familia
5/Inotheke
6/Little Pine
7/Salt’s Cure
8/The Rose
9/Charcoal
10/The Bellwether

1/Winsome

Because Eastsiders rejoice! Decidedly Californian eats and a k.i.s.s. interior is just what the locals ordered. Dinner slotted for next month, welcome to the neighborhood. // Echo Park. Book now at Winsome.

2/Hanjip

Because LA’s Korean BBQ scene got a Bey-sized upgrade by powerhouse duo Chef Chris Oh and Stephane Bombet. Not your run-of-the-mill cuts is the idea. Marinated brisket, carabineros prawns and what about that tomahawk steak foie gras butter combo? // Culver City. (323) 720-8804.

3/Otium

Because makeout in the Broad’s Rain Room followed by dinner next door is the clutch move. Because Chef Hollingsworth is a mad genius. Foie funnel cake case in point. // Downtown. Book now at Otium.

4/Trois Familia

Because churros and french toast were joined by the red string of fate. À la mode, as the line proves. // Silve Lake. (323) 725-7800.

5/Inotheke

Because welcome to Cypress in Santa Monica. The clutch Mediterranean, pass the moussaka vibes the Westside deserves. Opa. // Santa Monica. (310) 458-3366.

6/Little Pine

Because LA, you do you. Organic, vegan, not-for-profit mac n cheese is the idea. P.S. the stuffed shells are on point. // Silver Lake. (323) 741-8148.

7/Salt’s Cure

Because the pork all stars finally have a brand new arena. Per usual, every dish is a slam dunk and guaranteed insta fire. // Hollywood. Book now at Salt’s Cure.

8/The Rose

Because Chef Jason Neroni’s take on breakfast, lunch and dinner is long overdue. Classics remixed is the name of the game. Cacio e pepe with miso? Not mad at it. // Venice. (310) 399-0711.

9/Charcoal

Because when hitmaker Josiah Citrin invites you over for a bbq, the answer is yes. Every dish is smoked, grilled or cooked in the coals. And the chimichurri delivers. // Venice. (310) 751-6794.

10/The Bellwether

Because Ann-Marie Verdi and chef Ted Hopson have the Valley abuzz about tempura cauliflower and beta dishes. Pro-Tip: Wagyu flat iron and the Bellwether Manhattan strike a match. // Studio City. Book now at The Bellwether.