Popular West Hollywood Restaurants

Popular West Hollywood Restaurants

West Hollywood’s selection of more than 140 Los Angeles dining establishments from the casual or formal, to the trendy and chicmakes this city LA’s most diverse culinary destination and one not to be missed! Famous chefs flock to West Hollywood from all over the world in search of fame and fortune, offering their delectable cuisines to the celebrities who often frequent local restaurants in WeHo. In West Hollywood, you’ll find a blend of international and continental cuisine often inspired by the laid back, yet cutting-edge attitude of California. Whether day or night, Los Angeles dining is a see and be seen activity, with tastes ranging from Mexican to Japanese, organic to California, Steakhouse to Cuban fusion.

Popular West Hollywood Restaurants


Here are just a few of the many popular restaurants throughout West Hollywood. For a complete list of restaurants please visit http://www.visitwesthollywood.com.

Abbey Food and Bar

Over the past 15+ years, The Abbey Food and Bar, has grown from a small, West Hollywood coffeehouse to one of the most popular hotspots in the country. Locals, tourists and celebrities alike all flock to The Abbey for its famous Martinis as well as its stunning, open-air ambiance and truly relaxed elegance.

Asia de Cuba at Mondrian

With its innovative fusion menu, hot Latin beat and renowned Philippe Starck design, Asia de Cuba remains one of Los Angeles’ hottest restaurants. Diners may choose to be served either indoors with its chic white-on-white interior, or on the sensuous patio, which includes a stunning trellised area comprised of enormously over-scaled terra cotta pots planted with ficus trees and flowering bougainvillea vines.

Cafe La Boheme

With Executive Chef Christine Banta still guiding the kitchen, and famed restaurant designer Margaret O’Brien back to recreate the new restaurant, Cafe La Boheme provides exceptional food that can be enjoyed in a more casual environment. The atmosphere is relaxed, informal, vibrant, unpretentious and of course, tasty! With the glowing fireplaces and gorgeous chandeliers dominating the decor, it’s a great place for romantic first dates, special events like birthdays and anniversaries but also a perfect place to come and party with your friends and family.

Dana Tanas Restaurants

Show-biz types have been having dinner at this little yellow bungalow just south of the Sunset Strip ever since 1964. It is a really comfotable place with red leather booths and checkered tablecloths. Dan Tana was named Restaurateur of the Year by the California Restaurant Writers Association.


A favorite of celebrities from film, television, and music, Katana’s award-wining interior design makes it one of the sexiest stops on the Sunset Strip. Katana has introduced the robatayaki style of Japanese comfort cuisine. Featuring an array of robata style skewers, a grand sushi bar, and special hot and cold dishes from the kitchen. Dining at the Robata Bar or on the outside patio are known worldwide as the place to be.


Dolce Group recasts the typical American grill with Ketchup, recreating classic American dishes with a modern twist. Sleek designer chairs and plasma TV’s give Ketchup the feel of a white-hot party, while the comfort food favorites like Kobe Beef Hot Dogs and Sloppy Joes make you feel close to home.