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The Sunset Strip is home to some of the best restaurants in Los Angeles. From cafes to fine dining, there’s something for everyone. Residents of The Strip have easy access and walkability to a host of dining options.


California native Chef John Fraser, who is spearheading the food and beverage experience at The West Hollywood EDITION, has created signature restaurant Ardor as a showcase for vegetable-forward healthy California cuisine with flavors inspired by local ingredients. Recognized as one of the best vegetable chefs in the world, Fraser’s menu features an artful balance of produce and meats, using techniques from around the world and products sourced hyper-locally. Each dish is made with organic ingredients and focuses on the essence of food, prepared simply and presented socially for a contemporary culinary journey.

BOA Steakhouse

Steaks, chops, poultry dishes, and special sauces are served with a variety of sides. It’s only at The Sunset Strip location that guests must wear business casual attire, which adds a special, high-class touch to the dining environment.

The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker

European influenced dishes are served in a refreshing and fun atmosphere. Take a break from the loud and entertaining streets of the strip, and enjoy a whimsical dining experience in the restaurant.


Carney’s is a little yellow train that sits on the north side of The Strip. It was started by a former radio executive who thought if The Sunset Strip fails, he could just drive his yellow train to a new part of town. They claim to “probably” have the best hamburgers and hot dogs in the world. You can determine the “probably” for yourself when you visit.

The Eveleigh

Originally an orchard, The Eveleigh embraces its roots. A front garden, rustic reclaimed bar, and garden patio offer a place to enjoy a quiet, farm to table meal while the busyness of the strip lives on in the background.


Drawing inspiration from the famed Laurel Canyon bungalows of Joni Mitchell and “Mama” Cass Elliott, the restaurant serves modern-American cuisine in a theatrical venue. Enjoy the history of the artistic community as you dine on globally inspired dishes.


Hyde is a legend on The Sunset Strip. Not only is it a restaurant with top-notch food, but a place for film production and shooting. Are you nightlife fanatic? Then Hyde will be your local spot on The Sunset Strip.


Katana’s outside patio showcases the views of Hollywood and is a top spot for celebrities from film, television, and music. Dress to impress, because if you aren’t wearing your Sunset Strip best, then you may be declined service.

Le Petit Four

Watch The Strip from the patio of Le Petit Four. With some of the best views of the boulevard, you can enjoy a variety of regional dishes. Its outside decor has been featured in films and television as a hot “LA Spot”. Who knows, maybe you’ll be discovered.


Signature Los Angeles. Stunning new heights. Merois combines the city’s open-air allure, featuring striking downtown and Sunset Blvd views, with Chef Wolfgang Puck’s vision for the sophisticated subtleties of Japanese, Southeast Asian, and French/California cuisine. A menu of Puck’s classic sought-after dishes sits alongside an all-new offering of seasonal, unexpected creations that speak to Merois’ airy, magical setting. You’ve seen Sunset. But never like this.

Night + Market

Thai-styled tapas is only part of the experience at Night + Market. Step off the boulevard and get your ears ready for girl punk bands and rhythmic stereo music, your eyes ready for local art exhibitions, and your heart ready to make new friends at the communal tables. You won’t find anything quite like it anywhere else in West Hollywood.

Pinches Tacos

History says that the original owners ran with the infamous Pancho Villa. They were his cooks and brought him tacos on demand. They’re known to blend into the neighborhood in which they are located, so you’re sure to get the full experience when you step inside.

The Pink Taco

An energetic atmosphere and simple, delicious menu will welcome you upon arrival. If you aren’t able to make it to the restaurant, you can find their food truck along The Sunset Strip amongst the luxurious inhabitants of the neighborhood. Don’t be fooled by their name; they have more than tacos on the menu..and they aren’t actually pink.

Rainbow Bar & Grill

Rock and Roll history has always been a part of this restaurant. Feel the presence of the past, which includes Janis Joplin, Guns N’ Roses, Led Zeppelin and John Belushi’s last meal, as you munch on their famous menu of seafood and Italian dishes. It’s as if you traveled back to the 1970’s, a time when the boulevard was embracing hippies and good music.

Soho House

Living on the strip has its exclusive perks. Soho House is a private member’s club on the strip. Members must be part of the creative community to apply and enjoy its phenomenally dining and entertainment options. Are you ready to be part of The Sunset Strip’s most exclusive club?

State Social House

Known as the gastropub of the neighborhood, State Social House has something for all Sunset Strip dwellers. Unique and delicious food dishes fill the menu, and it wouldn’t be a complete Hollywood experience without a cigar menu.

Sunset Trocadero

It was once known as “The Troc” in the 1930’s, a restaurant for the established stars like Bing Crosby and Clark Gable and a destination for the soon-to-be discovered stars like Judy Garland. Mobsters were known to pay a visit every once and awhile, too. Today, it’s a nightclub for those who still want to be part of the spotlight.

Tocaya Organica

The restaurant celebrates better eating, using bold flavors to cook up delicious, healthy dishes. As a new resident of the neighborhood, Tocaya Organica brings modern eating to The Sunset Strip.

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