The 5 New LA Restaurants You Need in Your Life Now

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Check out our picks for the 5 new LA restaurants you need in your life now. Your tastebuds will thank us later, we promise.

1 Georgie

We're big fans of what restaurateur and Iron Chef winner Geoffrey Zakarian has done with the former Scarpetta space at the Montage Beverly Hills. Georgie, Zakarian's new modern American restaurant , is an opulent and stunning new addition to Beverly Hills' haute hotel. You'll find a seafood-heavy menu of dishes like roasted diver scallops, Dover sole and steamed black bass on the menu. Sit back, relax and get ready to enjoy a divine new culinary experience.
255 N. Canon Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210

2 The Bellwether

This Studio City restaurant is one not to miss thanks to an extensive menu of approachable bites and elegant interiors. This debut eatery from Executive Chef/Owner Ted Hopson and Beverage Director/Owner Ann-Marie Verdi offers a market-inspired menu that aims to capitalize on the abundance of California produce in order to showcase one-of-a-kind food and drink menus that feature family style shareable dishes, unique infusion based cocktails, and a hand selected list of beer and wine.
13251 Ventura Blvd., Suite A Studio City, CA 91604

3 Sawyer

Ryana Tanaka
Sawyer is the hottest new restaurant to hit Silver Lake thanks to its seafood-focused, seasonal California fare. The new restaurant concept from partners Beau Laughlin, Brett Cranston and Jay Milliken will offer cold and hot shareable plates, chilled seafood, and a variety of seasonal California large plates for the daily dinner service. Dishes will include Salt cod brandade, whipped potato, white truffle, rosemary anchoiade crumble; Soft shell crab sandwich, red cabbage, scallion mayo, black bread; Duck-fat popovers, Shropshire English blue cheese; Sweet corn & razor clam chowder, dehydrated jalapeno, salt pork, cilantro puree, crème fraiche; Smoked trout & sprouted wheat berries, wild arugula, shaved artichokes, Meyer lemon; Skate wing, yam fries, watercress, brown butter, capers, lemon; Carolina fried chicken, anson mills jalapeno grits, swiss chard, sage gravy and (vegan) farro risotto, roasted mushroom, lacinato kale, butternut squash. The restaurant will also serve brunch on the weekends.
3709 W Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026 323- 641-3709

4 The Cannibal

New York's famed butcher and restaurant has found its lame home at the Platform project in Culver City. It's a great way to either buy meat or enjoy a meat-centric meal with seasonal touches that highlight the best of the City of Angels.
8850 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 310-838-2783

5 Wolf

Yasmin Alishav
Marcel Vigneron's long-awaited, highly anticipated restaurant shows off the Top Chef star's prowess with international cuisine—and highlights LA's very diverse food landscape—from Thailand, Japan and The Middle East. Even better, Vigneron will practice "'zero-waste cooking' by utilizing every possible edible part of the product, from seed to stalk, very much like a Wolf would do for a meal."
7661 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90046 323-424-7735
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