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An Exquisite Selection - Sushi and Seafood of West Hollywood

August 01, 2016


Avast, sushi lovers! Katana specializes in authentic “Robatayaki” style of comfort Japanese cuisine. The menu offers an array of robata style skewers, top-rated sashimi and a grand sushi bar. This upscale restaurant offers dining options at the cozy Robata Bar and their well-decorated outdoor patio is perfect for enjoying the twinkling lights and dazzling views of Hollywood. Their award-winning interior and respectable fame among celebrities make it "one of the sexiest stops on the Sunset Strip"


Designed by world-renowned architect David Rockwell, Nobu is a swanky restaurant with exceptional Japanese fare that is unique for its Peruvian influence. In addition to Chef Nobu Matsuhisa's signature dishes, they also offer specials like Wagyu Beef Tacos, Seabass Jalapeño Miso, and Kanpachi Sashimi. Night owls will be happy to hear that the fully stocked bar in Nobu is well known with their evening tapas menu. With flavors so rich and unique, there's always a dish for everyone to relish.

Son of a Gun

With its rustic maritime décor and intimate setting, Son of a Gun is a popular seafood restaurant run by Chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo in the Beverly Grove neighborhood. From the amberjack sashimi, oysters on the half shell, or Gloucester scallops to the scrumptious shellfish and lobster roll, Son of a Gun is a sublime choice for any seafood lovers. Unlike many other restaurants in the neighborhood, this restaurant has a more laid back setting. So leave your suits and fancy duds behind to relax in the casual, congenial atmosphere.

Connie and Ted's

Combining the best of New England recipes with a West Coast flair, Connie and Ted's is a true Californian crab shack. Their crowd-pleasing menu is simple and candid—offering all the popular seafood delicacies, starting with an oyster and clam raw bar moving on to old school New England fish & chips, Portuguese fish stew and the always presenting a catch of the day. Chefs Michael Cimarusti and Sam Baxter’s skillfully designed menu and welcoming ambiance has lead this restaurant to be a beloved staple of the Los Angeles seafood scene.


Maki and sashimi are the name of the game at the West Hollywood’s gem Jinpachi. Jinpachi serves up authentic and traditional Japanese fare with the finest selection of fish and a variety of sashimi moriasawi. The chefs do a great job at preserving the integrity and simplicity of the fish, but aren’t afraid to try a few innovative dishes either. To get the best experience, order the omakase and sit at their sushi bar. Whether you are a sushi novice or veteran, the flavors of Jinpachi will entice you.