Just Because You’re Staying Home Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Dine on Delicious Food From Esteemed West Hollywood Restaurants
With social distancing restrictions in place, ordering delivery and takeout has never been more appealing. For those stuck indoors, or even just for people who want to stay in instead of going out, there are plenty of amazing restaurants in the West Hollywood area that offer delivery services. Get your favorite meals and sweet treats all from the comfort of your own home!
Veggie Grill - 8000 W. Sunset Blvd.
is a hot spot for anyone who desires a healthier diet. The menu is 100% plant-based, which makes it an ideal dining location for vegans, vegetarians, or anyone who just wants to try something a little different than their typical meat-based diet.
Veggie Grill does not sell animal byproducts, like eggs or dairy, and abstains from using foods treated with hormones or antibiotics. Everything they offer comes from organic sourcing and farming. You might be surprised by how many filling, delicious meals can be made with a combination of veggies, fruits, nuts, and grains.
The entire food chain prides itself on cutting veggies, not corners. Veggie Grill has locations across the country, but its central hub is in California. The West Hollywood location offers delivery, as do several of the other spots in the state. You can order from Veggie Grill through multiple food delivery apps and services, such as Grubhub and DoorDash.
Marco’s Trattoria - 8200 Santa Monica Blvd.
Marco and his mother opened the famous West Hollywood trattoria
— which means Italian restaurant — in 1993 to bring homecooked Italian food to the area. Since then, Marco’s has become a staple of West Hollywood dining and has cultivated a reputation for its succulent menu offerings and delectable pizzas.
In addition to being a trattoria, it is also a pizzeria, and there is no better place to get a slice. With fair prices and awesome food, it’s not hard to see why people love eating at Marco’s. It also has an enviable selection of wines, although you may not be able to order them through delivery.
From sea bass to risotto, there is enough variety on Marco’s menu that even the pickiest of eaters will be able to find something that makes their tastebuds sing.
NORMS Restaurants - 470 N. La Cienega Blvd.
If you’ve lived in the Southern California area for any amount of time, you’ve probably seen or visited a NORMS. It is a classic American diner chain with several locations in SoCal, including West Hollywood.
Started in 1949 by a used-car salesman named Norm Roybark, NORMS preserves a bit of Americana and gives people a taste of that vintage 24/7 diner atmosphere. The chain is so famous that it has cropped up in pop culture a few times, including in hit television shows like “American Horror Story” and “Bosch.”
Currently, you can order delivery from NORMS. In addition to being a great place to get a burger and fries, NORMS’ breakfast meals are also yummy, especially the lumberjack breakfast and veggie omelet.
Lemonade - 9001 Beverly Blvd.
is considered a fast-casual restaurant in California that caters to healthy lifestyles by creating appetizing food that tends to be vegetarian, vegan, and/or gluten-free but still plenty savory.
The menu is quintessentially Californian. Lemonade has a knack for making wholesome food taste flat-out drool-worthy. Everything is made from the freshest ingredients available. The restaurant’s most requested dishes are the coriander seared ahi tuna, the land and sea plate, the mango chicken bowl, and the macarons.
TOI On Sunset - 7505 1/2 Sunset Blvd.
Originally opened in 1986 at Sunset & Gardner, TOI On Sunset
has become the best place for authentic Thai food. TOI serves up Bangkok homestyle cooking made by actual chefs from Thailand who work in the kitchen.
The dishes are eclectic and reflect some of the most popular foods from Thailand, including numerous veggie and tofu dishes that will satisfy vegetarians and vegans alike. One of the most crowd-pleasing dishes is the Buddha Chili. You can order it and many other menu items for takeout or delivery.
Unfortunately, if you order delivery and can’t visit the restaurant you’ll miss out on the legendary rock ‘n’ roll decor that spans many decades and a host of notable music icons. It’s definitely a place worth dining in if you get the chance just to soak up the unique atmosphere.
Joan’s on Third - 8350 W. 3rd St.
Joan McNamara is a legend among Los Angeles food enthusiasts. The tastemaker and entrepreneur opened Joan's on Third
in 1995 after relocating to LA with her two daughters. Joan’s parents were Czech immigrants who cultivated a love of food within her by having her assist them in the kitchen and allowing her to take part in learning the family recipes, many of which she has folded into the menu options at her restaurant.
Joan’s has two locations, one in Studio City and one on Third Street. Despite the chef’s many duties, she can often be seen in her restaurants interacting with her guests. To ensure all ingredients are sourced organically and are as fresh as possible, the menu at Joan’s changes regularly.
Favored dishes include the decadent chocolate chip cookies and the savory egg omelet basket. Other diners gravitate toward the ficelle sandwich, fried chicken sandwich, and the breakfast burrito for a quick bite.
Bossa Nova - 7181 W. Sunset Blvd.
Are you a fan of Brazilian food? It can be hard to come by in Los Angeles. But not only does Bossa Nova serve it and serve it well, but it is also considered one of the premier restaurants in the area. If the name itself rings a bell, it might be because you recognize it from the famed genre of Brazilian music that was first composed in the 1950s and ’60s in South America.
The West Hollywood restaurant was opened in 1993, and it’s been serving handmade, specially curated meals ever since. While they specialize in South American and Brazilian cuisine, Bossa Nova also serves Italian fare. Some of the most requested dishes are the filling pasta meals and the savory grilled salmon. Be sure to try the chicken brochette appetizer, and if you plan on getting a few drinks, their margaritas are an absolute must.
kitchen24 - 8575 Santa Monica Blvd.
Once the renowned LA jazz club, Shelly’s Manne-Hole, kitchen24 has evolved into one of the hottest restaurants in West Hollywood. Shelly Manne is considered to be one of the founding fathers of jazz in the Los Angeles region, and supposedly his wife is still a regular at kitchen24.
As a diner, it transcends traditional American comfort foods by ensuring all ingredients are hand-selected and carefully cultivated. According to the company’s website, the restaurant uses a reverse osmosis water filtration system to make sure their water is as purified as possible, which results in superior cocktails and meals.
Don’t fret if you’re a vegan, vegetarian, or in need of gluten-free options. kitchen24 has a plethora of tasty menu options for people with a variety of tastes and preferences. kitchen24 is known for its excellent food and warm, inviting service.
They also serve breakfast 24/7, so no worries if you miss the regular morning hours and want chocolate chunk pancakes or a brie melt in the late afternoon!
Crazy Rock’n Sushi - 7100 Santa Monica Blvd.
Craving handmade artisanal sushi? Look no further than Crazy Rock’n Sushi, a hidden gem in West Hollywood that the locals love. The rolls are heavily portioned, and the kitchen staff uses only meat and fish products that are the freshest available. This may sometimes mean certain menu items are unavailable if the quality cannot be assured.
You can’t go wrong with the crunch dragon roll, the Hawaiian volcano roll, or the baked salmon roll. The unique cuisine makes this restaurant one of the best Japanese fusion spots in the city. Crazy Rock'n Sushi
offers delivery through multiple services, such as DoorDash, Grubhub, and Uber Eats. One thing they’re always praised for is their speediness and accuracy.
Jon & Vinny’s - 412 N. Fairfax Ave.
Jon & Vinny's
is a relaxed Italian dining establishment specializing in pastries, pasta, and hand-tossed pizza. You can’t go wrong with their banana bread with salted butter or one of the wide variety of desserts. They also offer a pizza class for anyone who wants to learn how to make authentic Italian pizza.
Best of all, they deliver to the greater Los Angeles area, so you won’t have to go long without your favorite dish from Jon & Vinny’s. The hearty meatballs and homemade pasta dishes are guest favorites.
They’ve mastered the balance of American-Italian cuisine and optimized comfort food. One bite and you’ll keep coming back for more. How great is it to have comfort food served to you in the comfort of your home?
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