8 Celeb Chef Restaurants in LA Where You Can Channel Your Inner “Chopped”

Eat Some Amazing Grub From the Top Dogs in the Industry

Written By: Gioia McGuire Celebrity Chef Restaurants

Los Angeles is known for having a constant turnover of different, up-and-coming restaurants. Some of the most awaited eats tend to come from many award-winning celebrity chefs known for their unique styles and genres of cuisine. Here are some new celeb chefs’ restaurants, as well as some expected eateries hitting Los Angeles in the near future.

Celebrity Chef Restaurants

I Want it All

189 by Dominique Ansel

Native Knowledge: A first for Chef Dominique Ansel, the two-floor eatery features the coveted bakery downstairs while upstairs introduces a new full-service dining experience complete with brunch, lunch, dinner, a bar and cocktails.

189 by Dominique Ansel
189 The Grove Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90036




A post shared by majordōmo (@majordomola) on

Native Knowledge: David Chang’s 13th restaurant brings his signature eclectic cooking style to the flourishing foodie scene in Chinatown. Reservations can be made online, or call first thing to snag a table at this new must-try.

1725 Naud St
Los Angeles, CA 90012</span


Oh My Maude


Native Knowledge: Chef Curtis Stone has reopened Maude with a whole new concept. Menus will be inspired and derived from wine regions all over the world, starting in Spain and rotating every four months.

212 S Beverly Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90212


Wonder Woman


A post shared by n/naka (@nnakarestaurant) on

Native Knowledge: Chef Nakayama embraces the Japanese culinary style of kaiseki by using ingredients that are presented in their most natural form, picked fresh and organic from Farmhouse Gardens.

3455 S Overland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90034


Fill ‘Er Up!


A post shared by Bavel Restaurant (@baveldtla) on

Native Knowledge: Chef and design team Ori Menashe and Genevieve Gergis have opened a second restaurant five years in the making with a name inspired by the Old Testament and an inner design unconventional to traditional dark-colored aesthetics.

500 Mateo St
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Perfect Thai-ming

Night and Market Sahm

A post shared by NIGHT+MARKET (@ntmrkt) on

Native Knowledge: Thai street food driven Chef Kris Yenbamroong has opened another installment in his Night and Market restaurant lineup in Venice. Unlike many upscale and aesthetic spots in Los Angeles, Night and Market Sahm looks more like a low key market with high key delicious food.

Night and Market Sahm
2533 Lincoln Blvd
Venice, CA 90291


Cookie Monster

Milk Bar Bakery

A post shared by milk bar (@milkbarstore) on

Expected April 2018

Native Knowledge: The LA Milk Bar will be Christina Tosi’s 13th space and a first for California. As it becomes the flagship kitchen all 3,300 square feet of space will encompass a delicious bakery, merch shop and cooking class area.

Milk Bar Bakery
7150 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90046



Tartine Manufactory

Opening June 2018

Native Knowledge: Not only a restaurant, this manufactory by Chad Robertson, Elisabeth Prueitt and Chris Bianco includes two restaurants, a bakery, a marketplace, a coffee roasting facility and a coffee lab all in one to The Row in Downtown Los Angeles.

Tartine Manufactory
757 S Alameda St, Ste 160
Los Angeles, CA 90021

Website | + posts


12 Waterfront Restaurants in Orange County With Unforgettable Views
Make a Splash at the 16 Coolest Pools in Greater Palm Springs
Bare It All: Here Are 8 of the Best Nude Resorts in California
Poolside or Ocean Views? 8 Sunny Spots to Sip Cocktails This Summer



Related Content

Join our mailing list.Be the first to know about the best eats, shops, sights and escapes of Southern California.
Skip to content