Since 2020 has officially begun, it’s important to refresh your list of go-to places to eat. While you may have been living off green juice this month, we suggest taking a break and indulging in some of the hotspots LA has to offer.

Kato – Santa Monica Blvd Nothing is better than a night of small plates—after all, there’s no guilt in trying everything on the menu. Kato’s rotating menu means there’s always a fresh take on classic nostalgic dishes, all inspired by Chef Jon Yao’s Taiwanese immigrant upbringing in San Gabriel Valley.

11925 Santa Monica Blvd

Bestia – Downtown LA We’re letting you know about Bestia before your trip so you can make reservations now. Bestia offers diners a delectable multi-region escape to Italy with their “from scratch” approach. The menu ranges from antipasto, pizza, and pasta to classic main courses and desserts all made with locally sourced ingredients.

2121 7th Place

The Pikey—Sunset Boulevard This English gastropub will instantly transport you to a classic London pub without the cost of airfare. Featuring elevated English staples and an extensive drink menu, The Pikey is the answer to all your comfort food cravings.

*Tribe Tip: Be sure to take a sip of anything on their impressive vintage whiskey list.

7617 W Sunset Boulevard

Pasjoli – Santa Monica Chef Dave Beran is elevating the French Bistro experience with Pasjoli. Delite your tastebuds with plates inspired by Parisian markets featuring fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables from Southern California. This fine dining experience is a chance for you to take a much-needed vacation from classic American dishes.

2732 Main Street, Santa Monica   

Sibling Rival – Downtown LA Breakfast for dinner? Say no more. Sibling Rival is serving up a modern take on an all-day diner inside Downtown LA’s stylish Hoxton Hotel. Enjoy fresh twists on your favorite classics paired with fresh-pressed juices or an expertly mixed cocktail. Now, all you need to do is decide whether you’re in the mood for something sweet or savory.

1060 S Broadway