John and Pete's
John & Pete's Fine Wine and Spirits has been owned and operated by John Pene and Pete Burra Sr. since Thanksgiving Day 1938.
Domaine LA is a shop focusing on small production, honest wines from the United States and Europe.
Yamakase offers traditional sushi omakase and unique Japanese fusion cuisine, artfully prepared by Executive Chef and co-owner Yama San. The restaurant has an extremely limited seating capacity and are only able to offer a restricted number of open public invitations each month.
Umi by Hamasaku, West L.A.
At Hamasaku, Executive Sushi Chef Yoya Takahashi creates beautiful and whimsical sushi dishes, elevating and simply complementing the freshest and highest quality ingredients he can source.
Tsubaki is a Los Angeles izakaya, from Chef Charles Namba & Courtney Kaplan, with Japanese roots and a California state of mind.
Sushi Note, Sherman Oaks
A 30-seat restaurant, Sushi Note is a cozy restsaurant with omakase-style meals from chef Kiminobu Saito. It also offers an extensive wine list.
Sushi Ichi, Pasadena
Traditional sushi rolls and sashimi with omakase options.
Sushi Go 55, Little Tokyo
Sushi Go 55 has proudly been serving Los Angeles, CA, fresh and delicious sushi since 1929
Sushi Akatora, Manhattan Beach
Sushi Akatora in Manhattan Beach serves up authentic Japanese sushi and modern izakaya cuisine prepared by master chefs.
Shibumi, Downtown L.A.
Shibumi is a Japanese kappo-style restaurant and bar in downtown LA.
Robata Jinya, West Hollywood
The original concept of Jinya was created in Japan and the izakaya-style restaurant features many traditional dishes and serves the Los Angeles area.
Q, Downtown L.A.
Q features Chef Hiroyuki Naruke's expression of Edomae cuisine, a historical preparation dating to the Edo-period of Japan that was the first to combine raw sashimi-style fish with vinegar-seasoned rice. Q offers a refined and intimate opportunity for guests to savor and celebrate uncompromised Tokyo-style sushi here in Los Angeles.
MTN is an izakaya driven by California seasonality. The restaurant sources from local farmers, sustainable purveyors and family-run operations. The menu offers house made ramen and small plates.
Majordōmo is a California restaurant from Momofuku.
LDH, Santa Monica
A restaurant specializing in open-fire style of Japanese cooking called robata-yaki where food is cooked over hot coals.
Jinya Ramen, Downtown L.A.
Meticulously aged for three days to maximize their flavor, Jinya Ramen Bar's noodles are made fresh daily and crafted to sink perfectly in your bowl with thick noodles for some broths and thin noodles for others.
Inko Nito, West Hollywood
A fresh & unconventional twist on Japanese robatayaki. Enjoy dishes from the robata grill, cocktails on tap & sharing plates.