From east (downtown) to west (Santa Monica) these LA’s hotel restaurants serve from modern American, Chinese, Middle Eastern, Italian, and farm fresh California dishes, proving that the once stuffy and over formal white table cloth hotel dining rooms may be be a relic of the past.
See who is shaping L.A.’s culinary scene as you spend an evening sampling some of the best dishes from top chefs in the city.
The iconic Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows sits atop scenic bluffs overlooking Santa Monica Beach and has long been a haven for celebrities, politicians and anyone who enjoys a luxurious stay by the beach.
Planning for the big holiday meal can put a ton of stress on just about anybody. This year, take that unnecessary tension out of the Thanksgiving gathering, and instead tune into football, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade and family time by making a reservation elsewhere. More and more restaurants are staying open to serve traditional Thanksgiving dinners. These five L.A. restaurants will do all of the prep work, cooking, and cleaning up for you.
Give yourself a gift and take a little time for a relaxing staycation in Santa Monica where everything is in walking distance.
One of the best events to attend at the LA Food & Wine Festival was Friday’s luncheon at FIG in Santa Monica, where FIG Chef Ray Garcia and Guest Chef Graham Elliot from Chicago collaborated with ease, creating a well-balanced and delicious four-course seasonal menu for all to enjoy.