- This list of restaurants from the Beverly Hills Convention and Visitors Bureau reads like a "Who's-Who" list of high-end dining, including famous restaurants such as The Stinking Rose, Spago Beverly Hills, CUT at the Beverly Wilshire, Mr. Chow and more. Those seeking a more economical meal can find cafes, coffee shop, pizza parlors, cafeterias and plenty of other restaurants to accommodate any budget.
- A list of more than 50 restaurants, cafes and diners in Burbank, including phone numbers and web links, provided by the City of Burbank.
- Casual dining, quick-service cafeterias and snack stands. The list of restaurants includes Bubba Gump Shrimp Company, Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood, Saddle Ranch Chop House, Tony Roma's Wolfgang Puck's and many more.
- A dining guide that is offered by the LA Convention and Visitors Bureau. Includes spotlights on restaurants and chefs, dining suggestions by theme, feature articles, contests, news and more.
El Pollo Loco (fast-food chicken that is so good, you will talk about it even after you get home), L.A.'s favorite hamburgers* at In-N-Out, or late-night chili burgers at Original Tommy's (a chain of hamburger-stand-like restaurants that might remind you of the Cheeseburger Skit from Saturday Night Live).
- Most fast-food restaurants in L.A. are "drive thru's" where you can order food from your car and take it to go. You already have a McDonald's where you live, so consider trying a local favorite, such as
- Restaurant listings in the Los Angeles Times. Includes user reviews and maps.
- A guide to Los Angeles restaurants classified by geographical location, and by type of cuisine.
- A list of restaurants from the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. Includes some restaurants in West Hollywood and Universal City.
- A list of restaurants from the Marina del Rey Convention and Visitors Bureau. View the list alphabetically, by cuisine, by meal type or by price range. (Click here to view Marina del Rey restaurants on Google Maps).
- Over 1000 restaurants in Los Angeles, Long Beach and Orange County. Includes a physical address for each restaurant, a website link (as applicable) and a map link.
- Search for restaurants alphabetically, by type of cuisine, price, attire and even parking availability. The site contains hundreds of restaurants, including the San Fernando Valley, Antelope Valley, Santa Clarita, San Gabriel Valley and other areas outside of the L.A. metropolitan basin.
Restaurant Row on Wikipedia. Here's another link to Restaurant Row on Yelp.
- A section of La Cienega Boulevard, just north of Wilshire Boulevard that contains a selection of world-famous restaurants including Benihana, The Stinking Rose, Lawry's Prime Rib, Matsuhisa, Fogo de Chao, Morton's The Steakhouse and others. Links:
- A list of restaurants from the Santa Monica Convention and Visitors Bureau, divided into sections of the city. Includes the Third Street Promenade, Main Street, Montana Avenue, the Santa Monica Pier and more locations.
- A list of over 140 restaurants from the West Hollywood Marketing and Visitors Bureau. Includes restaurants in hotspots such as Santa Monica Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard, Melrose Avenue, Robertson Boulevard and more.
- Restaurants that are not chains or franchises. Includes hundreds of local restaurants, rated by price and cuisine.
* Disclaimer: In-N-Out Burger might or might not be "L.A.'s favorite hamburgers" but they sure are yummy. Try it yourself and let me know what you think: Info@LAtourist.com