All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Best places to eat in Los Angeles
California produces some of the finest produce in the United States, and Los Angeles has long been its food capital. A new generation of chefs have shifted the focus from formal fine dining to a more down to earth experience, and brought experimental restaurants to areas that had once dropped off the map. Whether you want a food truck or crisp linen with all the frills, discover the best food in Los Angeles with this two-day itinerary.
The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills
From there, it’s about 15 minutes by car to chocoholic heaven at ChocoVivo.
For something a little fresher after the chocolate and cheese, 10 minutes in a car will take you to the Santa Monica Farmers Market on Main Street.
Santa Monica Farmers Market
From the Farmers Market on Main Street, drive for 15 minutes to get to Farmshop.
Then it’s up into the hills above Malibu, with a 40-minute drive along the Pacific Coast Highway to Malibu Wines on Mulholland Highway.
From here, it’s a three-minute walk to Mel & Rose.
Mel & Rose
Then it’s back in the car for a two-minute drive to Animal.
Then it’s a three-minute drive to Joan’s on Third.
Joan’s on Third
From Joan’s on Third, hop back in the car for a 20-minute drive to Bestia for dinner.
The Hotel Bel-Air and The Beverly Hills Hotel are then 25 minutes away by car.