Happy Hour & Business Lunch
Get a great meal, impress a client or just enjoy an hour away from the grind with our mid-day dining picks and after-office happy hour selections.
Let's Do (Business) Lunch
19565 Parthenia Street
Though many serviceable and scene-y delis dot the Los Angeles landscape, Brent's Deli was recently anointed as the best in town on popular Food Network shows such as The Best Thing I Ever Ate. This, along with the corned beef and pastrami, make it a place that will be "worth the trip" to Northridge or Westlake Village for you and those you want to impress from out of town.
1608 North Cahuenga Boulevard
Both locations offer a cure for the late-night diner blues, as they are always open to serve up a reliable and comforting mix of whimsy and sophistication. The menu is best described as updated comfort foods fashioned from market fresh organic ingredients. The "Smac and Cheese" is as addictive as promised, while the filet is as good as anything served up at a big budget steakhouse.
369 North Bedford Drive
Rather than heavy, cloying nachos and taquitos, Beverly Hills talent agency-adjacent Taberna dazzles with healthy alternatives, such as its ceviches, baked fish tacos, and organic tequila cocktails.
The Club Bar @
9882 South Santa Monica Boulevard
Old school Beverly Hills' glamour and libations lie just outside the hustle and bustle of Wilshire and Rodeo's shopping areas, business institutions, and tourists. Even with its hotel location, The Club Bar is a truly local spot, with a very civilized mix of people, food, and drink.
141 South Grand Avenue
Given that Patina's catering fuels many of Downtown L.A.'s cultural institutions, museums and theaters, it should be no surprise that the house that pioneering celebrity chef Joachim Splichal built deftly melds a convivial setting with conversation-starting food and drink.