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The 5 Coolest Places to Eat in L.A.
République is one of The 5 Coolest Places to Eat in L.A..

1. République

9.3
624 S La Brea Ave (at W 6th St), ロサンゼルス, CA
フランス料理店 · Hancock Park · 241個のヒントとレビュー

GQ MagazineGQ Magazine: Inside, the cathedral vibe is shaken up by acres of Philippine-sourced geometric tiles and furniture. Above the bar hangs a giant photo of a glaring Marco Pierre White to provide a wink of badassery.

Nobu Malibu is one of The 5 Coolest Places to Eat in L.A..

2. Nobu Malibu

9.2
22752 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA
シーフードレストラン · Eastern Malibu · 238個のヒントとレビュー

GQ MagazineGQ Magazine: Nobu Malibu is one of the few restaurants with an ocean view—and damn, what a view. The long and low modern building stares right out over the ocean, the beach down below.

COMMISSARY is one of The 5 Coolest Places to Eat in L.A..

3. COMMISSARY

3515 Wilshire Blvd (Normandie), ロサンゼルス, CA
ニューアメリカ料理店 · Wilshire Center - Koreatown · 76個のヒントとレビュー

GQ MagazineGQ Magazine: Housed inside of a giant glass greenhouse, tables are tucked under and around hanging plants (and vines, and fig trees), with garden hoses everywhere. So yeah, the veggie-centric menu makes sense.

Otium is one of The 5 Coolest Places to Eat in L.A..

4. Otium

8.3
222 S. Hope St., ロサンゼルス, CA
ニューアメリカ料理店 · Bunker Hill · 62個のヒントとレビュー

GQ MagazineGQ Magazine: A cantilevered stack of glass-and-wood boxes, surrounded by century-old olive trees, with one side covered in a massive—as in 84-feet-by-32-feet— photographic mural by Damien Hirst of swimming fish.

The Dresden Restaurant is one of The 5 Coolest Places to Eat in L.A..

5. The Dresden Restaurant

8.7
1760 N Vermont Ave (btwn Melbourne Ave. & Kingswell Ave.), ロサンゼルス, CA
ラウンジ · Los Feliz · 60個のヒントとレビュー

GQ MagazineGQ Magazine: The Dresden opened in 1954, and its stunning, unchanged dining room will immediately remind you that Rat-Pack-dominated ’50s was the coolest decade ever.