4 New Eateries to Check Out in LA This Spring

May 9, 2019

Spring is all about finding little ways to refresh your life — including your closet, your home, and, yes, even your favorite restaurants. So if you’re stuck in a foodie rut and always seem to order from the same three restaurants, this is your opportunity to mix things up! In true LA fashion, there are so many exciting new restaurants popping up this season. Below are 4 new eateries in Los Angeles that our staff can’t wait to try. Bon appetit!



[Source: Hinterhof]


The german word for a backyard or courtyard, Hinterhof is plant-based German restaurant that offers modern and vegan takes on traditional German dishes. Make sure you come hungry — between the Soft Pretzels, Wienerschnitzel, and German draft beer, this is sure to be a LA foodie hotspot.


Ika Ramen

[Source: Ika Ramen]


Having just opened its doors right before the holidays, Ika Ramen is already a fan favorite in Los Angeles. Their bowls include the creme de la creme of ingredients, and all of the meat products are raised humanely. Combine all this with a traditional Japanese philosophy of cooking and a slew of Japanese craft beer to taste, and it’s no wonder LA is already in love!



[Source: Margot]


The stunning decor and spectacular views may get you in the door (this gorgeous rooftop oasis offers 360 degree views of the city), but it’s the coastal mediterranean cuisine at Margot that will keep you coming back time and time again. With dozens of amazing Spanish-Italian dishes from chef Mike Williams, pair your meal with regional wines and delicious craft cocktails for a foodie experience that’s perfect for both special occasions and every day celebrations.



[Source: Fiona]


The brainchild of LA baker Nicole Ruker, Fiona is a new cafe that exudes a cozy comfortable atmosphere. With both lunch and dinner offerings and a case-full of delicious treats and goodies, your sweet-tooth will surely be satisfied after swinging by this trendy new cafe.

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