Itching to check out the freshest new spots in Los Angeles? From a Vietnamese restaurant to a bubble tea spot, read on to see the newest hot spots to make their debut recently.
My Lai is a Vietnamese and Asian fusion spot that recently opened at 12222 Venice Blvd. in Mar Vista. Yelpers are fans of My Lai: It's got five stars out of 18 reviews, so far. The fast-casual Vietnamese eatery serves up chicken and garlic rice, pork egg roll vermicelli salad and beef banh mi. Check out the full menu.
Now open at 20179 W. Rinaldi St., Suite 150 in Chatsworth is Gus's BBQ, offering barbecue and more. On the menu, look for pulled pork nachos, barbecue brick chicken and chicken fried steak.
Sōgo Roll Bar
Now open at 4634 Hollywood Blvd. in East Hollywood is Sōgo Roll Bar, a Japanese spot. With five stars out of eight reviews on Yelp, it's off to a strong start. The restaurant from Chief Kiminobu Saito of Sushi Note specializes in hand rolls, with options like snapper, yellowtail and crab. It also offers individual sushi rolls. Here's what's on the menu.
Met Him At A Bar
Met Him At A Bar is an Italian spot and cocktail bar that recently opened its doors at 801 S. La Brea in Mid-Wilshire. The menu features spaghetti carbonara, truffle ravioli and linguine alfredo. See what else is on the menu.
Sharetea is a spot to score bubble tea and more that opened recently at 9301 Tampa Ave., Suite 146 in Northridge. With five stars out of 32 reviews, it's proven popular with Yelpers. On the menu, look for classic pearl milk tea, honey lemonade with aloe vera and taro pearl milk tea. View the menu here.