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Discover New Restaurants Nearby: Trendy Neighborhood Eateries in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, the city of dreams, has an ever-evolving food scene that's as vibrant and diverse as the people who call it home. Whether you're a local or just visiting, one of the best ways to explore this culinary mecca is by venturing out to discover new restaurants nearby. In this post, we're taking you on a culinary tour of trendy neighborhood eateries in LA that are taking the food scene by storm.

Telefèric Barcelona Los Angeles

Take a trip to Spain without leaving LA at Telefèric Barcelona, located in Brentwood. Barcelona’s 30-year-old restaurant Telefèric recently opened its doors to bring a classic set of tapas and other Spanish favorites to the City of Angels. Indulge in gambas al ajillo, jamón, croquetas, and pan con tomate, or go big with a prime rib-eye chuleton that's perfect for those who expect massive steaks. And if you're a fan of paella, you're in for a treat—Telefèric offers five different kinds of paella. Don't forget you can find picture menus of this an other local restaurants on Plaza! Pick your favorites before you visit this trendy eatery​.

La Dolce Vita

Step into a world of old Hollywood glamour at La Dolce Vita in Beverly Hills. This longtime Frank Sinatra hangout has been welcomed back, embodying the classic Old Hollywood aesthetic. Feast on giant plates of veal parm and experience fantastic classic Italian American fare in a dimly lit dining room with deep booths and an ambiance filled with memories​.

Leona's Sushi House

Add a touch of Japanese flair to your dining experience at Leona's Sushi House in Studio City. Helmed by former Asanebo chef Shigenori Fujimoto, this patio restaurant has already become a powerhouse upscale Japanese eatery. Fujimoto infuses the menu with unique flavors, offering dishes like udon carbonara and black rice Peruvian chaufa paella alongside fresh sushi. With a large space and steady cocktails, Leona's Sushi House is a must-visit for sushi lovers and foodies alike​.


Experience modern French cuisine with a twist at Juliet in Culver City. Rohan Talwar, known for Margot and Norah, has opened this suave and gorgeous new dining room that serves breakfast through dinner with a modern French attitude. Expect intricate plating and luxurious touches to endive salad, crepes suzette, sea bream tartare, and duck confit cigars. Pair your meal with their top-tier wine program and stellar cocktails like the rum milk punch Coco Chanel for a dining experience you won't forget