LA & Valley Eats: Local Cuisine From Around the World

Stuck at home and looking for something tasty to eat? Satisfy your tastebuds this week with cuisine inspired by countries around the world.


1920 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90404

Located within Santa Monica’s Gateway Hotel, Socalo is a beachy, California canteen and Mexican pub from award-winning chef/owners Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken.

Socalo serves conscientiously-sourced, seasonal SoCal Mexican fare for Brunch, Lunch, and Dinner. Open 11:30am to 8pm for takeout, curbside pickup, delivery, and family meal kits. Place your order online, in person, or by phone 310.451.1655


Parks BBQ

955 S. Vermont Ave. , Los Angeles, CA 90006

Located in the heart of Los Angeles’ Korea town district, Park’s BBQ is considered by many to be the best of the best. Chef Jenee and Park’s have been given numerous awards and have been featured in countless media. Her traditional Korean cuisine married with her inventive view on flavors has pushed Korean cuisine to new heights.


Night + Market Song

9043 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

The vibe at NIGHT + MARKET is California chill meets Bangkok frenzy fueled by natural wine. The menu is likewise a mash-up authentic, old school Thai with some ‘90s Asian-fusion influences that Chef Kris is proud to take ownership of.


Ca Del Sol

4100 Cahuenga Blvd. Toluca Lake, CA 91602

With Chef Costella’s attention to detail, gracious manner, and fine Northern Italian cuisine, Ca’Del Sole became an instant success after opening its doors. The comfortable, authentic Venetian country inn setting attracted the entertainment crowd and Ca’Del Sole quickly became the hot spot for Hollywood’s elite.

The Great Greek

13362 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

This photo-lined taverna plates generous portions of Greek delicacies in a lively atmosphere. Check out their take out menu and order a few things for the entire family to share!

Howlin’ Ray’s

727 N Broadway #128, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Yes, there will be a line and yes, Howlin’ Ray’s is worth the wait! Tucked in Chinatown’s Far East Plaza, this hole-in-the-wall fast-casual eatery dishes out LA’s hottest Nashville chicken, served Sando style, as a quarter or half-bird, or your choice of tenders or wings. Customize with caution, and edge on the safe side when asked for your preferred level of heat.