6 hot spots for a girls’ night out in L.A.
Looking to change it up for your next girls’ night out in L.A.? Cocktails, great food, cool settings—these L.A. hot spots have it all. So circle up with your closest friends, and head out to catch up at these awesome restaurants.
For a surprising, adventurous meal, Little Sister in both Manhattan Beach and DTLA will exceed any and all expectations. Dishes blend and balance the spices and flavors of Southeast Asia with French techniques and Dutch and British colonial influences.
Bäco Mercat offers Chef Josef Centeno’s Spanish- and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, including his trademarked bäco sandwich, a delicious, creative cross between a pizza, taco and gyro. Large windows, marble walls and industrial brass accents set the scene for you to join the bustling, hip crowd.
Ledlow is ideal for a cozy, relaxed night out, serving classic-meets-modern American comfort food from its light-filled dining room and great outdoor patio.
If you’re looking for a cozy-cool vibe and drinks on an outdoor patio, look no further than Hinterland, which serves tasty Southern Atlantic plates inspired by local produce and seasonal ingredients.
A wine bar and bistro, Marvin offers classic French fare, an impressive wine list and a large enough space to squeeze all your friends around one table. The small-plates focused menu features fresh cheeses and cured meats, as well as seafood, vegetables and desserts to suit every palate.
6. WILDE WINE BAR & RESTAURANT
Wilde Wine Bar & Restaurant isn’t simply a restaurant or a bar, but the best of both. Inspired by European-style brasseries, the menu features European and American cuisines, plus artisanal, organic and small-production wines alongside craft and import beers.