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Now on Resy: Quarter Sheets, Pizzeria Sei, Chateau Marmont, and More Local Favorites

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From two bona fide pizza destinations to a riveting Filipino food residency, these are just a few of the beloved Los Angeles spots that are now bookable on Resy. Right this way.

Note: This list will be updated regularly with new additions each month, so be sure to check back often. For Los Angeles’ newest restaurant openings, head here.

Quarter Sheets Echo Park

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You won’t be able to decide between a whole thick-and-crisp-edged pizza, slices of chewy Sicilian squares, or a piece of fluffy tomato pie. And there’s no way you’re skipping a slice of cake after either. Just know you’re here to enjoy and indulge in a significant amount of glorious carbs (and natural wine) at this wildly popular Echo Park spot. 

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Quarter Sheets spread
Photo by Maggie Shannon, courtesy of Quarter Sheets

Pizzeria Sei Pico-Robertson

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There’s so much to say about this small pizza outfit that we’ll keep it simple: Sit at the counter, order a few appetizers, maybe a tricolore salad and some burrata, and a couple of pies — the white pie with preserved lemon and a diavola with a soppressata kick, perhaps. Then watch the Neapolitan-style magic that comes out of those ovens.

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Sampa Los Angeles Downtown Los Angeles

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This residency is all about Filipino food from the mind of a Los Angeles chef. Think red bean waffles and garlic karaage fried chicken for brunch, a “Fili” cheesesteak with queso de bola sauce at lunch, and tamales with kare kare-inspired braised oxtail and peanut velouté for dinner. The cocktails are just as creative.

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HATCH Downtown Los Angeles

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Any great izakaya worth its binchotan charcoal should have an array of grilled skewers, tantalizing appetizers, and a great selection of beverages. Hatch has all that and more, from corn fritters to squid ink karaage chicken, various cuts of chicken on sticks, pork belly, lamb lollipops, and more. Have a ball with some highballs (classic, green tea or otherwise).

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Little Ripper Glassell Park

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Every neighborhood should be so lucky to have a delightfully cozy wine bar like this. There’s always something fun to nibble, from the scallop crudo to meatballs with harissa romesco. Beverages go beyond the typical selections, with everything from orange wines to wine cocktails. The space hits just the right vibe.

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Little Ripper snacks
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Catch LA West Hollywood

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Fresh air and a bird’s-eye view of the surroundings are hallmarks of Catch restaurants around the globe, whether it’s in the Meatpacking District in Manhattan or Playa del Carmen in Mexico. The West Hollywood outpost has it all: A seamless indoor-outdoor rooftop space with vine-covered columns and twinkling lights everywhere, towering shellfish platters, next-level sushi rolls, overloaded lobsters, and more.

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Chateau Marmont West Hollywood

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Let’s be honest: You’re here for the lore, the scene, and the chance to see a few famous faces. But we’re forever grateful that whatever you order far supersedes expectations, from omelets and eggs Bennie to burrata and burgers. Dining on the patio is a rite of passage for many in this town, from power breakfast to bubbly-filled brunch.

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Chateau Marmont outdoor
Photo courtesy of Chateau Marmont

Pine and Crane – DTLA Downtown Los Angeles

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Just like the original in Silver Lake, this airy South Park spot serves craveable Taiwanese and Chinese dishes, like twice-cooked pork, beef rolls, potstickers, dan dan noodles, and more. Pro tip: Whatever fresh, green vegetable is available, get it.

Note: Reservations are only available for parties of 12- 24 committing to the $29/person family-style prix-fixe menu.

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KinKan Virgil Village

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What started as a home restaurant for creative bento boxes is now a cathedral of global experiences on the plate. Chef Nan Yimcharoen has fun with her menus, taking you to favorite destinations via seafood preparations that sing of Thailand, bites of Japanese sashimi, French-influenced tartare, Mexican ceviche, and more.

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Tesse West Hollywood

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Because Tesse is super chic with its wide booths, a fantastic bar, and a West Hollywood vibe that just won’t quit. The menu screams French with a California soul, so plates of housemade charcuterie, hamachi crudo, and strip steaks with bordelaise are fitting. Start with cocktails, natch, and definitely explore the wine list — it’s tailor-made for sampling and sipping through the night.

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Le Great Outdoor Santa Monica

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Not everyone has a big backyard in L.A., and that’s why we end up at places like this all-outdoor spot in Bergamot Station. (Even those with a backyard love to love this place.) It’s the Santa Monica party you decided to crash, except this one is filled with farmers market finds charred on an open grill done by people who know how to handle that fire. 

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Le Great Outdoor fish
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Yess Restaurant Downtown Los Angeles

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From a bright orange sashimi food truck to a haven for smoky wood-grilled dishes, this Arts District spot from lauded London chef Junya Yamasaki fits right in with the buzzing neighborhood. Order something from the ever-changing menu, grab a drink, and then expect to order at least another round.

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Patio del Mar Santa Monica

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When it’s peak Santa Monica summer, consider this your next stop along the beach bike path for lemon-scented kale salads, burgers with twice-fried fries, and hibiscus coolers spiked with mezcal. It’s amazing how easy a bottle of rosé disappears here. 

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Mona Pasta Bar Downtown Los Angeles

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It’s pink, it’s sleek, it’s the kind of hidden DTLA space you want to stumble upon when the need for a plate of calamari friti, Caesar salad, and spaghetti alla vognole (clams) strikes. We love the well-curated wine list with just enough to keep everyone in the group happy. 

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The Bar at Short Stories Hotel West Hollywood

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Because there’s likely not much that can top sitting under the canopy of sumac trees at this lovely lounge and bar, sipping on some choice cocktails and pours from California wine country. Classic dishes are a perfect pairing for the drinks, too. Our preferred combo? The Rocking Horse Winner cocktail and an order of calamari and the burger. P.S. Brunch boasts bottomless mimosas and a tableside Bloody Mary.

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Umaya Koreatown

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Depending on who you ask, this K-town spot is a fantastic sushi restaurant, a home to kaiseki and omakase masters, or a blowout happy hour find. Thankfully it’s all of the above, so you can’t really go wrong. The build-your-own hand roll lunch option is always a hit, but the small dishes and pristine sushi served in the omakase menu are pretty exquisite, too. Sake pairings are worth it.

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The Village Studio City

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Those who know, know this is where you go for hot, bubbly wood-fired pies, lots of shareable bites (burrata and meatballs, mini burgers, and a great chopped salad), and top-notch cocktails. It’s one of those Valley gems regulars want to keep to themselves.

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LAVO Los Angeles West Hollywood

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When your night on the Sunset Strip beckons for a one-pound Wagyu meatball smothered in marinara and creamy burrata, a hot cacio e pepe pizza, and pastas (many gluten-free), you’ve found the place. Drinks vary from the classic to the dramatic, including one served under a smoke-filled cloche.

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Aunt Yvette’s Kitchen Eagle Rock

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Every neighborhood deserves to have platters overflowing with stewed vegetables and legumes, braised meats, and gorgeous injera. Or specialties like Ethiopian steak tartare with fresh ricotta, and soulful doro wat.  With this strip-mall spot, Eagle Rock is one of the lucky ones.

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Aunt Yvette's Kitchen platter
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Lingua Franca Frogtown

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From the same duo behind sandwich specialists Wax Paper, you’ll find a family-friendly vibe and views of the Los Angeles River at this all-day spot. It’s streamlined but cozy, just what you’d expect for a neighborhood place that serves patty melts and piles of matchstick fries, really lovely salads and vegetable dishes, and root beer-braised beef cheeks with polenta.

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Peking Tavern Downtown Los Angeles

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Because discovering tasty scallion beef rolls, Hunan-style steamed fish, scallion pancakes, and other dim sum specialties at the base of a Little Tokyo apartment building is what dining in Los Angeles is all about.

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1 Pico Santa Monica

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Whether weekend brunch or dinner, the view of the surf, sand, and pier is pretty stunning at this perch on Santa Monica State Beach. If you time it right, you’ll get a picture-perfect sunset with that hamachi crudo, lobster spaghetti, and Liquid Gold cocktail. 

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Amour West Hollywood West Hollywood

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Ornate, candlelit, and downright sexy — if sexy Parisian vibes are what you’re after — you found it. Amour’s menu is as vegetarian-friendly as it is French, from beef or beet tartare, to steak au poivre or kohlrabi steak. The patio is still one of the best in town.

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Amour mille-feuille
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Shirley Brasserie Hollywood

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The French-focused dining room adds even more reason to walk through the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Tucked towards the back, hidden and somewhat romantic — if only because it’s nothing like the tourist chaos out front — you’ll find favorites like Lyonnaise salads, beautifully curated charcuterie boards, and wood-grilled steaks and seafood.

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ADKT LA West Hollywood

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The acronym ADKT stands for art, drinks, kitchen, and tunes, which pretty much sums up what you’ll find at this swinging West Hollywood spot. Throw in some Parisian boudoir vibes, French influences on the California-centric menu, and drinks like the Bisou Bisou (a spiced kiss made with rum, pineapple, and absinthe), and your night is made.

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V Wine Room West Hollywood

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It’s hard not to feel the spirit of Charlie Chaplin in this little hidden gem of a wine bar — he once had a studio in this building. That kind of Hollywood lore may draw you to a place like this, but the wine selection, snacks, and helpful staff — who are equal parts wine stewards and social directors — always make it a worthwhile stop.

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Ospi Venice

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Thank goodness chef Jackson Kalb brought that oozy fried provolone with vodka sauce from his South Bay hit Jame to Venice. It’s the beach-adjacent dish you need after a breezy day on the boardwalk. That, and crispy thin pizzas, top-notch pastas (lamb-neck cannelloni for the win), and parm-style butter chicken. Brunch is fantastic, too.

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Jemma di Mare Brentwood

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The Brentwood Italian stunner features seafood-centric dishes like squid ink shrimp scampi and lobster fettuccine, and lots of bubbly (from a vending machine, no less), which feels particularly nice sipping in a sea of ocean blues.

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Jemma di Mare pasta
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