101 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles by Jonathan Gold

What does Glitterati Tours do during our private tours?  We introduce visitors to our museums, nightclubs, culture, history, entertainment, venues, and the best restaurants in Los Angeles. Very exciting to see Jonathan Gold’s 101 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles list for 2014.  Once again, Providence is at the top.  Some of our personal favorites in the best restaurants in Los Angeles list also made the cut, including CUT by Wolfgang Puck, Picca Peru, Spago, Guisados, Plan Check (great burger), Gjelina, Matsuhisa, Connie & Ted’s, Son of a Gun, Jitlada (perfect Thai), Spago, and Mozza.  Here’s what Jonathan Gold said about the always amazing Hollywood landmark, Musso & Frank Grill on Hollywood Blvd:

Best Restaurants in Los Angeles

Best Restaurants in Los Angeles

If you are a certain kind of food guy, it is almost a sacred duty to dismiss the Musso & Frank Grill, where a large part of the menu remains largely unchanged from 1919 and where the avocado cocktail and kidneys Turbigo could not be further from the kinds of things they are serving at Red Medicine or Trois Mec. The steaks, chops and sand dabs are fine, although you’d probably do better at Mastro’s or even Taylor’s. Yet it is hard to imagine Hollywood without Musso’s wooden booths, Manny’s martinis or the chicken pot pie on Thursdays. The Welsh rarebit and shrimp Louie are unchanged from when you and your grandfather were children, and the flannel cakes are still the best consolation for late risers in town.

 

Mozza

Mozza