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Wood & Vine
Set in the historical Taft Building, Wood & Vine is inherently ingrained in Los Angeles’ history. Aesthetically striking with a calming ambience, this Hollywood stunner is the perfect respite from the busy city streets, while the food embodies a similar sense of being effortlessly chic, with a variety of small plates ranging from cheese and charcuterie dishes to fried chicken and waffles drizzled with a sweet maple glaze.
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Maison Richard
With an airy dining room and a simply elegant interior, this Mid-City eatery has cemented its place amongst the most renowned in the neighborhood. Meant to be reminiscent of all that the South of France portrays, Maison Richard’s food, service, and atmosphere work towards creating a rustically upscale environment. For a relaxing lunch or long supper, Maison Richard is a must-see when visiting the region.
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R23
With some of the best Asian fare in the country, Los Angeles’ Japanese eateries are certainly difficult to compete with. R23, however, has earned a glowing reputation in the industry, thanks to its offering of the freshest sushi, authentic Japanese dishes, and simplistic and beautiful décor. With extensive lists of wine and sake available to complement each delicate bite, R23 provides a fully rounded dining experience.
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