North Hollywood Restaurants near Artist Village

Our list of the best food near Artist Village. Our top pick: Duke's.
Touring North Hollywood? Consider our list of places to eat near Pechanga Resort and Casino, Temecula Olive Oil Company, The Grapeline Wine Country Shuttle.
  • Artist Village

    Bounded by Broadway
    A district containing art galleries, restaurants, and shops.
    food nearby
  • Duke's

    Duke's

    317 Pacific Coast Highway
    On the beach at the base of the Huntington Beach pier, Duke’s restaurant and Barefoot Bar invites you to enjoy a refreshing taste of the Pacific honoring Duke and Surf City.
  • Duke's Malibu

    Duke's Malibu

    21150 Pacific Coast Hwy
    A surfing themed restaurant and bar that is extremely popular. Tuesday's Happy Hour is called Taco Tuesdays, where you can eat grilled fish tacos and have a couple beers for a couple dollars. Very popular with the locals.
  • Las Brisas

    Las Brisas

    361 Cliff Dr
    Mexican restaurant that has a patio with some great views of the ocean. Mediocre and expensive food, but excellent views for having a cocktail. It gets pretty packed on a nice summer day.
  • Yamashiro

    Yamashiro

    1999 N Sycamore Ave
    Sycamore Avenue, ☎ +1-323-466-5125. This Japanese restaurant is perched above Hollywood, and on most nights provides an unbeatable view of the city, from downtown to Palos Verdes. The food is excellent, the gardens and architecture are elegant, and the restaurant has a fascinating history (the story's on the menu). Look for the small sign just west of the Magic Castle; valet parking only.
    Hollywood Hills
  • Lucques

    Lucques

    8474 Melrose Ave
    Excellent, California-style cuisine in an upscale atmosphere, widely regarded as one of the best restaurants in the city.
    Beverly Glen
  • The Original Fish Company

    The Original Fish Company

    11061 Los Alamitos Boulevard
    Excellent Seafood restaurant
    El Dorado Park
  • Library Alehouse

    Library Alehouse

    2911 Main St
    29 taps of craft beer. 2 blocks from the beach.
    Venice
  • Waterloo & City

    Waterloo & City

    12517 W Washington Blvd
    M–Sa 6-10PM, Su 5-9PM (Dinner). Su-Th 5-Midnight, F-Sa 5PM-1AM (Bar). $15-$30 for meals. This upscale pub combines French/British fusion cuisine with an impressive wine and beer list - beer connoisseurs will love the selection while those who prefer Buddweiser might prefer going elsewhere. It is named for the London underground railway line where the co-owner/chef began his youthful world adventures. Staff is attentive, intelligent and friendly, and while portions aren't huge the food is extremely well prepared. Favorites include the sticky toffee pudding. Daily happy hour from 5-7PM.
    Mar Vista
  • The Penthouse Restaurant

    The Penthouse Restaurant

    1111 2nd St
    A rooftop Santa Monica restaurant located on the 18th floor of The Huntley Hotel. Offers a bar and lounge and panoramic ocean views. Menu features contemporary American cuisine with global influences from Asia and Brazil. Serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 pm. Also available for private events.
  • Melisse

    Melisse

    1104 Wilshire Blvd
    $100 per person at a minimum. Also featuring organic, locally grown produce and two tasting menus (including a vegetarian version), Melisse is Chef Josiah Citrin latest world class restaurant. The food is outstanding and gets the highest marks in Zagat and Michelin.
  • Jar

    Jar

    8225 Beverly Blvd
    Popular for yummy steaks and an inventive menu.
    Mid City West
  • Viva Madrid

    Viva Madrid

    225 Yale Ave
    Tu-Su 5-11PM Closed Mon. An authentic Spanish tapas bar and restuarant with great food. It gets busy quickly so if you wish to check it out, go early.
  • Whisky A Go-Go

    Whisky A Go-Go

    8901 Sunset Blvd
    Another club/music venue, one of the more famous ones in Los Angeles.
    Beverly Glen
  • Engine Co. No. 28

    Engine Co. No. 28

    644 S Figueroa St
    28, (Figueroa Corridor). Comfort food at its best. A restored actual fire station that churns out LA's best meatloaf, fried chicken and lemonade, all in an elegant atmosphere with great service.
    Downtown
  • Ago

    Ago

    8478 Melrose Ave
    Chef Agostino Sciandri – with a Hollywood assist from Robert DeNiro, among others – continues to delight with his chic, Italian trattoria. A sophisticated interior with blond wooden tables, white tablecloths and cozy, rustic décor add an authentic touch. Chops, pasta and fish underscore the menu. House specialties include mixed fried fish, Tuscan-style chicken and Bistecca alia Fiorentina. Allure still thrives since its ’97 debut as evidenced by the crowded bar scene and bustling dining room.
    Beverly Glen
  • Animal

    Animal

    435 N Fairfax Ave
    Somewhat of an anomaly in an increasingly vegetarian Los Angeles, Animal does what it does extremely well. Jon and Vinny (Two Dudes Catering, Iron Chefs) have finally opened their first restaurant, and their hard work and determination most certainly shows up in the super tasty and creative cuisine. Pescatarians will do just fine with the daily fish, but vegetarians beware, there's not much here for you.
    Mid City West
  • Il Cielo

    Il Cielo

    9018 Burton Way
    Romantic, alfresco hideaway in Beverly Hills combines dreamy ambiance and fine, Italian cuisine. A steady favorite for those 'special occasions', the upscale restaurant features a fountain garden, with retractable glass roof, and fireplace for dining under the stars. Many come for the setting, but the Northern Italian menu features a variety of equally heartwarming main dishes and desserts.
    Mid City West
  • Shanghai Red's

    Shanghai Red's

    13813 Fiji Way
    Located along the waterway that all boats use to enter/leave the marina, this restaurant offers seafood, steaks, chicken, and pasta. The weekend buffet is massive and hugely popular and is consistently rated among LA's top buffets. If you aren't hungry but are in the area the entrance to the restaurant features a garden and carp pond that is worth a look.
    Playa Del Ray
  • Parkers' Lighthouse

    Parkers' Lighthouse

    435-A Shoreline Village Dr.
    Contemporary seafood restaurant with shoreline view of the Queen Mary.
    Downtown
  • Pacific Dining Car

    Pacific Dining Car

    1310 W 6th St
    Don't be surprised if you run into a city politician or other public figuers in this LA landmark that is located partly inside a railway train car, and has been open since 1921. Ask for the breakfast menu any time, day or night, for a more affordable and quite delicious menu.
    New Downtown
  • AOC

    AOC

    8022 W 3rd St
    Fantastic food in every way, in an elegant atmosphere. Great cheeses, great wines, great desserts. The dishes look reasonably priced at a glance, but they arrive in tapa-style proportions, and quickly add up, making it a great place to splurge.
    Mid City West
  • Michael's on Naples

    Michael's on Naples

    5620 E 2nd Street
    Dinner 7 days 5PM. $50-$70. White cloth Italian with award winning wine list, rooftop lounge, brickoven pizzeria next door.
    Naples-Marina Area
  • Sol Grill

    Sol Grill

    110 McFadden Pl
    Tues-Sun 5PM-10PM, closed Mondays. Good Pasta and Seafood restaurant with live music. As the restaurant is small, reservations are essentiell for weekends
  • Ford's Filling Station

    Ford's Filling Station

    9531 Culver Blvd
    Run by the son of actor Harrison Ford, this relatively new (February 2006) and somewhat trendy restaurant strives for a pub atmosphere while still keeping the quality of a high-end restaurant. The drinks are good if slightly pricey ($6 for a beer) and the food is excellent. Half of the menu consists of excellent home-cured deli meats for about $10 a tray, while the flatbreads and other dishes are slightly more expensive ($15 - $30) but very tasty.
    Palms
  • La Dolce Vita

    La Dolce Vita

    9785 Santa Monica Blvd
    This celebrated Italian eatery in Beverly Hills dates back almost 50 years and is a throwback to the good, old days in Los Angeles when folks actually dressed up for a night on the town. The place was a hotbed for the who's who. The décor remains dark and sophisticated, highlighted by the classic brick walls, adorned with glossies of Hollywood legends. Step inside and one might close their eyes and feel the presence of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin holding court in one of the plush booths. And apparently, as research points out, every president since Kennedy has enjoyed a fine meal at La Dolce Vita. Nostalgia and presidential history aside, the food remains delightful; lasagna, veal, steak, capellini, risotto, linguini and so on – it's all here and it's quite superb.
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