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Destination Guide

When it comes to drinking and dining, anything one can possibly dream up can be found in Los Angeles. From celebrity only seating on the West Side to family style seating in Silverlake, its all here and the possibilities are inexhaustible. With so many choices and a limited time frame here are some highlights that should not be missed.

Santa Monica/Venice/ Malibu
These beach front neighborhoods offer the full range of dining options from earthy-hippie cuisine in Venice to star studded glamour in Malibu. While gazing into the deep blue Pacific, be sure to focus your attention on: Babalu for down to earth Caribbean Cuisine, Chez Mimi for the most romantic French experience you'll have this side of Paris and Geoffreys for fresh cuisine with a heart stopping view of the California coast.

La Cinega & Beverly Hills
When dining in this celebrity "hot zone", be sure to bring your high-limit credit cards and your best evening attire. Some great options include L'orangerie for exquisite French, Crustacean for spectacular Euro-Asian and Chaya Brassiere for a legendary mix of Californian, French and Italian. La Cienega Boulevard offers LAs famed "Restaurant Row", which features The Stinking Rose, Tony Romas, Lawrys Prime Rib and many other local favorites.

A small step away from the big-money of Beverly hills, these hot spots offer a warm and hipper version of the same scene. Luis IVX features authentic Provincial cuisine. Musso and Franks Grill offers American cuisine with an old Hollywood style. Citrus is a great spot for inspiring French-Californian. Finally for an extreme downscale but still popular eating experience, wait in line for the oldest Hollywood tradition, Pinks Hot Dogs.

Silverlake/Los Feliz
The East End remains the up-and-coming art neighborhood. Many establishments here offer better prices and eclectic crowds. Some notables include Fred 62 for Vegetarian/American 24 hours a day, Thai Pepper for "hole in the wall" ambiance, The House of Pies for a slightly upscale diner experience and Mexico City for fresh and healthy Mexican.

After a prolonged period of economic hardship, Downtown LA recently went in for cosmetic surgery, replacing the old shabby buildings with new business and recreation centers. One of the newer establishments, which helped Downtowns comeback, is R-23, which quickly gained a reputation for serving unbelievable sushi. Nearby Atlas Bar and Grill offers Multi-cultural fare with a touch of classic Hollywood. Another downtown hot spot is the Water Grill, which offers upscale seafood for the international business set.

San Fernando Valley
Perhaps its the presence of four major studios that inspired a myriad of trendy and diverse restaurants to open throughout the Valley. Jerrys Deli in Studio City offers a tremendous menu filled with kosher favorites. Chadneys and La Scalla, both in Burbank, have long been the choice spot for studio folk and offer great celebrity sighting opportunities, in addition to diverse menus. Ernies Taco House in North Hollywood features wonderful (and cheap) Mexican fare. Other Valley restaurants which bear mentioning, are Studio Wok (Chinese), Cheveys (Mexican), the Smoke House (steak) and Bobs Big Boy (American).

Options for a pre-dinner drink or a late night wrap up are endless in the Los Angeles Bar scene. One spot, however remains the center of most of the action. A true part of Southern California folklore, the Sunset Strip remains the hottest place for drinking in Los Angeles. Famous and infamous Strip residents include the Viper Room, the Rainbow Room, the Key Club, Goodbar, The Roxy, Whiskey a Go-Go, the Cat Club and the House of Blues. Throughout history this 1.5-mile strip of asphalt has served as the nightly play space for celebrities ranging from Grace Kelly to Motley Crue.

If you're looking to avoid the Paparazzi, Los Angeles has several other areas exploding with bar culture. Hollywood takes on a slightly grungier feel with Club 7969, the World, the Lava Lounge, Cat and the Fiddle, Goldfingers and the Burgundy Room. Los Feliz counters as the home of retro with the Derby and the Dresden. While West Hollywood offers a slightly toned down glamour with the C bar, The Little Door, and Lunaria.

Cynthia Anderson