Top 5 places to nosh on LA's West Third Street

Check out these good eats between South Fairfax Avenue and North La Cienega Boulevard

  • Joan's On Third

    A gourmet marketplace with all the trimmings: charcuterie and cheeses, homemade sweet pickles, pretty cakes and sugary treats, along with a menu of savoury sandwiches and salads.

  • The Little Door

    The simple wooden door leading from the street is nondescript, but has a rep for hosting A-list Hollywood types. A candlelit courtyard and a French-inspired menu laden with organic seasonal ingredients characterize this intimate restaurant.

  • Magnolia Bakery

    New York City’s famous "cupcakery" brought its frosted fare to this neighbourhood last summer. With signature ornament cake boxes, sweet drinks and a wealth of sugary delights, it’s sure to tempt many away from their diets.

  • Izaka-Ya by Katsu-Ya

    Reservations are recommended at this quaint izakaya (which translates to “pub”) that specializes in delectable small plates like mouthwatering baked crab roll and crispy rice with spicy tuna.

  • Farmers Market

    When it opened in 1934, the market was pretty much a tailgate party for farmers peddling their produce. Today, it’s a landmark that’s home to an impressive assortment of budget-friendly international food stalls, butchers and quirky shops, right next door to The Grove.


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