There are a few great things to know about the Hammer Museum in Westwood: one, it’s free; and two, it’s home to the first Alice Waters-conceived and David Tanis-helmed restaurant in Los Angeles. While Waters worked on the concept with museum director Ann Philbin, Tanis runs the day-to-day, including creating the menus of ever-changing, simple, classic California cooking. Restaurant seating is mostly outdoors; tables are surrounded by native grasses and plants, and they’re made from a 50-year-old bunya tree that fell two blocks from the museum. With its naturally breezy vibe, Lulu is great for a glass of wine and a bite after walking through the galleries. Right now, it’s open only for lunch; dinner starts in the new year.