Obsessed-Over Los Angeles Restaurants
From the first brick-and-mortar venture by pop-up king Ludo Lefebvre to a meat speakeasy by superstar chef Nancy Silverton, these 10 restaurants have fanatical followings.—Zach Brooks
Superstar chef Nancy Silverton turned the intersection of Melrose and Highland Avenues into one of the city’s most exciting restaurant corners with Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza. Now she adds a third spot: a meat-centric, dinner-only hideaway tucked next to Mozza2Go’s pizza window. Enormous bistecche fiorentine and a rich, flaky-crusted beef-and-bone-marrow pie come out of the open kitchen, and charcutier Chad Colby serves meats that have cured for as long as two years. chispacca.com.