Los Angeles

The Classics

L.A.’s Timeless Dresden Begins a New Chapter, Minus a Familiar Sound

There is a reason that “Mad Men,” that iconic capsule of 1960s cool, used The Dresden Restaurant & Lounge on…

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Guides

Everywhere You Need to Know For Great Day Drinking in L.A.

Los Angeles is a town that was practically built for day drinking. A combination of near-perfect weather, a breezy work…

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The Hit List

Where to Eat in August: Camphor, Todos Santos, Tuk Tuk Thai, and More

Where better to cool down on these hot summer days than in the icy breeze of an air-conditioned dining room?…

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Chef Features

At Alta Adams, a Community’s Story Is Told on the Walls

In the open kitchen at Alta Adams, the various threads of California cooking, Southern flavors, and chef Keith Corbin’s West…

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Guides

Where to Find Great Food and Drinks on L.A.’s Rooftops? We’ve Got Ideas.

With sunsets, mountains, and ocean views from just about any angle, it’s hard to believe rooftop restaurants and bars weren’t…

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Global Dining Access

Global Dining Access Presents: Supper Club in Beverly Hills

A dream dinner party under the stars. On August 27 and 28, 2022, Global Dining Access members can attend a…

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The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Get a Table At Ka’teen, Wes Avila’s Latest Hit Restaurant

Is it possible that everyone in L.A. is vacationing in Tulum right now, or are they all just dining at…

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The Rundown

All About De Buena Planta, Which Brings Plant-Based Mexican to Silver Lake

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you want — or need — to know most? In our series,…

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New on Resy

New on Resy: Mes Amis, Dono, Short Stories, and More

From a tapas destination in Santa Monica to Baja-style cuisine in a Hollywood hotspot, the July edition of New on…

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Dish By Dish

How Jon and Vinny Are Reconceiving Animal, As Seen in Six Dishes

Given how very specific Animal was to its time and place when it opened — circa 2008, recession-era Los Angeles,…

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