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15 Best Los Angeles Food Blogs in 2022

If you’re looking for Los Angeles food inspiration, here are 15 blogs to get you started.

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Los Angeles is known for the best weather, most famous people, and of course, amazing food. But with so many options, and such expansive neighborhoods, it can be difficult to know where to start. If you’re looking for inspiration for the best food finds in Los Angeles, these are some go-to options.

Here are 15 great LA foodie blogs to check out. 

  1. Veggiekins
  2. Dandy Eats 
  3. Jessie Eats 
  4. Gastronomy
  5. Caroline on Cocktails 
  6. Eat Drink LA 
  7. Amateur Gourmet 
  8. LA Eater 
  9. Let Me Eat Cake 
  10. Hungry in LA 
  11. Honest Cooking 
  12. The Infatuation 
  13. Ev's Eats 
  14. African Bites 
  15. Female Foodie

Best vegan recipesVeggiekins

Remy Park is a LA and NYC-based recipe developer, food photographer, and blogger, focused on fully vegan and gluten free recipes. From non-alcoholic frosé to vegan omurice, Remy is a go-to for all things plant-based. 

Most entertaining contentDandy Eats

If you’re looking for the next best LA food experience, Kimberly dela Cruz is your gal. From sharing her experience at a tuna cutting performance to finding the best fish and chips in LA, Kimberly’s content is a highlight reel of LA foodie fun. 

Best food hacksJessie Eats

From pizza hacks to restaurant reviews, Jessie Evans shares her eating adventures all over Los Angeles. Active across TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and her blog, Jessie is also a 2022 James Beard Foundation judge, and has been featured in LATimes, TimeoutLA, and Food & Wine. 

Most decoratedGastronomy

Featured in Saveur, Los Angeles Times, Bon Appétit, and Condé Nast Traveler, and author of Food Lovers' Guide to Los Angeles, Cathy Chaplin is a food blogging pro. If you’re looking for all things food, culture, and travel – Gastronomy is the place to look. 

Fanciest cocktailsCaroline on Cocktails

Coined as one of the first cocktail bloggers in Los Angeles, Caroline Pardilla’s work has been featured in Eater, Liquor, and Los Angeles Magazine, to name a few. With reviews, recipes, interviews, and more, Caroline knows all there is to know about LA cocktail culture. 

Best guide to the cityEat Drink LA

Blogger, actor, and restaurant-goer Caroline Gelabert-Noh spills the secrets and rounds up the best places to eat in Los Angeles. From boozy brunches to kid-friendly happy hours, Caroline knows all the best spots in the city for any day of the week.

Longest running – Amateur Gourmet 

Founded in 2004 (!), Amateur Gourmet may just be the longest running food blog on the internet. Amateur Gourmet, created by Adam Roberts features recipes, restaurant reviews, travel tips, and more, with new content coming out almost every day across his various platforms.  

Most reliableLA Eater 

Of course, we can’t leave Eater off the list. From pizza deep dives to spotlights on non-alcoholic liquor stores, Eater really covers it all when it comes to the LA food scene.

Most likely to eat dessert firstLet Me Eat Cake

If you love all things sweets, Let Me Eat Cake is the blog for you. Creator Nastassia Johnson digs into the details of just about every dessert-related topic there is – from recipes, to dessert travel guides, to upcoming events, and everything in between. 

Best photographyHungry in LA

Hungry in LA is the perfect combination of food and photography – with travel pulling it all together. Creator and LA native Eddie Sanchez features food from LA and beyond – you can check it out on her blog.

Best "best of" listsHonest Cooking

If you’re looking for the best of the best food spots in LA, Honest Cooking has got you covered. With a “best of” list for pretty much every type of food or cuisine you could think of, Honest Cooking is there to help you find your next go-to spot.

Most thoroughThe Infatuation 

If you’re not checking The Infatuation before making your weekend plans, you’re probably missing out. From restaurant openings to reviews and events, readers can sort by neighborhood, occasion, and cuisine to find the best spot for any instance.  

Most mouthwatering recipes Ev's Eats

As a food writer, restaurant reviewer, and recipe developer, Evi Aki created Ev’s Eats to document her adventured with food across Los Angeles. And, her photography is beautiful too – check it out on her blog.

Best comfort food – African Bites

If you’re looking for the best soul food in Los Angeles, Imma Adamu is your go-to gal. Featured in Better Homes and Gardens, Country Living, The Huffington Post, and more, Imma shares new recipes every week – check them out on her blog.

Most girl-powerFemale Foodie

Brooke Eliason founded Female Foodie with the goal to document every new restaurant she tried. Now, it’s a go-to place for restaurant-goers across the country – you can check out their LA content here. 


And there you have it! 15 of our favorite foodie blogs across Los Angeles. Check them out for yourself – you won’t be disappointed.

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