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Founded in 1954, El Torito is the authority in great Mexican food. A festive & hospitable restaurant rich in heritage, we focus on offering a memorable experience to make each guest feel like family, as if we are welcoming them home.
Using the freshest ingredients and boldest flavors, our menu offers a range of quintessential Mexican food, along with culinary innovations we know guests will love. We are known best for our tableside preparations, including our made-to-order guacamole and flame-grilled fajitas, which arrive sizzling to the table.
Our standard is great, and we don’t do anything without passion. Over 60 years, we’ve learned a lot about Mexican food, like how not to mess it up.More
JAVIER'S presents a rich heritage of elevated Mexican cuisine in a friendly, captivating ambiance. Enjoy hand-shaken margaritas, rare tequilas, craft cocktails and a vast selection of beer and fine wines. Dine with us in the main dining room, al fresco patios, one of our intimate private dining rooms, or at the exquisite bar surrounded by one of the West Coast's largest selection of the world's finest tequilas. We at JAVIER'S consider all our wonderful customers a part of our family and thank them for their support and sharing in the success and joy that is JAVIER'S. Come experience the freshness of our original Mexican cuisine in a warm, friendly environment at one of our five locations.More
At Surfside, we pride ourselves in supporting the community by providing a stage for local musicians, using local produce, serving local beers, and doing our part to help the environment.
You'll find our fun, beach vibe environment, the perfect spot to hang on a sunny day, have a happy hour drink after work, and enjoy the nightlife full of live music, DJs, themed parties, and games. More
The Gables serves a seasonal menu of homestyle California cuisine by Chef Vicki Fan Matsusaka, known for her past work with Superba Food + Bread and Beacon. Chef Matsusaka’s menu features elevated American classics, with an emphasis on ingredients sourced at the local Santa Monica’s Farmer’s Market, alongside ethically raised meat and sustainable fish. The restaurant features an airy dining room with exposed brick walls and large patio.
The Gables was featured on Thrillist's Best in LA list for new restaurants, Eater's Hottest New Restaurant list and Food & Wine's Big Deal Openings. We offer full waiter service dining in the evening and counter-order dining for breakfast, lunch and brunch.More
Yooshi is founded on the idea of creating a unique, VIP experience for every client & to “wow” their guests with an exotic presentation. Our chefs arrive to the event a few hours before the actual start time of the event, set up a sushi bar, and prepare assorted rolls, including sushi/sashimi and hand rolls. While guests enjoy an authentic sushi experience they can interact with the chefs and request Custom rolls. We provide the Everything needed for our presentation.The chefs that we choose are very creative and have a lot fun with it by creating various combinations. Every chef is different and offers a fresh and unique style of sushi making; Therefore, we hate giving our rolls generic names. The best name you can give a roll is “Chef’s Creation Roll”. We abide strictly by kosher guidelines;More
Discover Los Angeles
Think Los Angeles is a one-industry town? Think again. From the micro-Seoul of Koreatown to unexpected fusion cuisines (take Chinese-Mexican, for one) and strip malls that house destination restaurants, the city’s restaurant scene is notably experimental and diverse. Ask locals where to find the best taco truck (or lonchero) in the city, and you’ve struck a match. These mobile microenterprises are a part of the city's lifeblood. With L.A.’s own Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic, Jonathan Gold, describing the city as “less of a melting pot—more of a glittering mosaic,” we’re seeing L.A.’s vast palate show up on the plate.