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Urasawa Los Angeles Sushi Restaurant


For the best sushi Los Angeles has to offer, Urasawa holds rank as the singular must visit Japanese establishment in LA.  Priced at $250 per person, it's certainly not the most economical choice, but make no mistake:  Urasawa is the best of the best.  On a recent visit, cooked sea urchin, sake-steamed beef, anago tempura and snapper sashimi were just a few of the delicacies offered.
Price: $$$$$   On the web: N/A  (310) 247-8939

In-N-Out Burger Los Angeles Restaurant

In-N-Out Burger

Nothing's more American than a good old-fashioned burger with a side of fries and a strawberry shake.  Helping deliver this American dream is In-N-Out Burger, founded in 1948 and still serving up LA's best burgers.  Your best bet:  the Double Double, featuring two 100% all-beef patties accompanied by lettuce, tomatoe, onion, two slices of American cheese all stacked on a freshly baked bun.
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Mastro's Steakhouse Los Angeles Restaurant

Mastro's Steakhouse

Anorexia may be the current trend in Hollywood, but that doesn't mean you can't find a steak house willing to serve you a nice juicy prime cut of beef.  At Mastro's, mouth-watering beef is exactly what you'll get, whether it's in the form of a 12 oz Filet, a 20 oz "Chef's Cut" New York Strip or a 48 oz Double Cut Porterhouse. Oh yea, they serve seafood too.
Price: $$$$   On the web:

El Cholo Mexican Los Angeles Restaurant

El Cholo

There's nothing better than authentic Mexican cuisine, and that's precisely what you can expect from El Cholo.  Sonora style enchiladas, green corn tamales, carne asada and tostada compuesta are just a few of classic dishes served up for those fortunate enough to visit El Cholo.
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Saddle Peak Lodge Los Angeles Restaurant

Saddle Peak Lodge

Although technically it's outside of Los Angeles, the Saddle Peak Lodge is worth the short trip outside the city to savor a more traditional rustic fare. Roasted line caught salmon with beets, orange, bacon, endive, pistachio and baby fennel; New Zealand elk tenderloin with parsnip mousselin, parsnip chips, sweet potato gnocchi, ragout of braised bacon and cherries; grilled ostrich tenderloin "rossini" with pear, truffle, cauliflower, sunchokes and foie gras – these are just some of the unique entrés served up at the Saddle Peak Lodge.
Price: $$$   On the web:



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