I thoroughly miss EDC in Los Angeles. The electronic music scene has grown so rapidly as it became more "mainstream." If you haven't had the opportunity to visit a festival, I really recommend it! Such an eye-opening experience!
Restaurants near Electric Daisy Carnival
- 10.11 mi0.11 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival
The Edison is a lounge/bar installed in the old Edison Electric Company building. Rather than gloss over the space's past, The Edison has embraced, updated, and accentuated its steampunk-Gatsby 1920's feel. This bar looks like something out of H.G. Wells' Time Machine-- the decor and atmosphere is reminiscent of a 1920's era speakeasy fleeing (presumably from the cops) into the ...Popular withTrendstersNightlifeLuxury
- 20.24 mi0.24 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival11 reviews
Wowzers handcut udon noodles are the bomb! The uni creme udon is so rich and have tons of uni in the dish. You absolutely must try this dish. The normal tempura udons are also great. Hidden gem in little Tokyo!Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLocal
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- 40.2 mi0.2 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival10 reviews
Their drinks are okay but I wouldn't pay 5 bucks for it, I think its somewhat overpriced. But it is a good environment to be in to have coffee and chat. It's also in a great location in Little Tokyo so you can hangout and get some good Japanese food too!Popular withFoodiesTrendstersStudents
- 50.21 mi0.21 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival10 reviews
I have been here many times. I actually had my birthday here last year. Mamoru is the Japanese manager there, real nice guy. What separates this place is the bartenders always cool and accomodating. They make strong drinks so be wary and occasionally they will take a shot with you! They are able to accomodate many people. They also have ...Popular withFoodiesNightlifeTrendsters
- 60.14 mi0.14 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival
Kushi Shabu is the all-you-can-eat Japanese shabu shabu restaurant that you dream of in your sleep. In many ways, it's borderline perfect. I came here for a birthday party of about 10 people and they treated us really well. For $26.95 per person, we got as much beef and pork and veggies as our hearts desired (and that was a ...Popular withFoodies
- 70.14 mi0.14 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival
Hi, I'm a Japanese Curry Lover. I love their vegetable curry with brown rice. I always feel satisfied and happy. I also like their updated menu which is very vegan and vegetarian friendly (chart in the back of the menu!) Service is always quick and this place has ample parking in their downstairs parking lot. It's free for 2 hours ...Popular withFoodiesFamiliesVegetarian
- 80.0 mi0.0 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival8 reviews
The Grilled Cheese Truck does just that, but at different locations that you discover through the website or on Twitter (@grlldcheesetruk). I tried the "plain and simple" gruyère on french and the brie on cranberry bread with apples, almonds, and thyme. The idea of the truck is fantastic, and finding it makes it a bit of a thrill. However, the ...Popular withFoodiesLocalTrendsters
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- 100.02 mi0.02 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival3 reviews
Five soft chewy cookie choices X 9 different homemade ice cream flavors = 45 reasons to track down the Coolhaus ice cream truck. Its name a tongue-in-cheek mashup of Bauhaus / Rem Koolhaas / "cold house" (it's an ice cream truck, get it?), these guys have perfected the ice cream sandwich. Flavors run the gamut from classic (snickerdoodle + vanilla ...Popular withBudgetFoodiesStudents
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- 130.14 mi0.14 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival2 reviews
Wowza. You know a sushi place is good when your least favorite fish blows your mind. I usually dislike albacore but Chef Mako honored us with the best tasting albacore I've ever had. I didn't know it could taste that good. Mako-san served us one amazing dish after another. Best omakase I've had in a while.
- 140.0 mi0.0 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival3 reviews
This is part of the Farmer's Market at the Grove, and it's very authentic and fun. Colorful stools, you eat at the bar, and the staff is efficient and friendly. I like the cheese enchilada but others like the Chiles Rellenos. Good for a snack while shopping. Casual and inexpensive.Popular withFoodiesBudgetFamilies
- 150.0 mi0.0 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival2 reviews
**REESE'S PEANUT BUTTER DONUT FTW** YO peanut butter and chocolate fans!!! GET the famous and most popular: reese's peanut butter donut!!! FIRST BITE = chocolate heaven. SECOND BITE = peanut butter ooey gooey goodness. FINAL BITE = gym. so worth it, man. RECOMMEND.
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- 170.22 mi0.22 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival2 reviews
Sooo, I've been waiting four years to have this again since my last encounter during the Vancouver Olympics in 2010. And the question of course is: did it hold up to my memory of deliciousness? The answer: pretty much. Yeah, the reason I say this is because a few key ingredients are missing, and the taste reflects as such, which ...Popular withFoodies
- 180.0 mi0.0 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival3 reviews
This place has been a favorite for years, but maybe I'm just partial to any establishment with pictures of one of my favorite directors on the wall... Alfred Hitchcock. It's mostly a bar type atmosphere, and really buzzing Thur-Sat nights. The food is pretty good. The service can be slow on the busy nights, and it can get loud, so ...Popular withNightlifeFoodies
- 190.18 mi0.18 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival2 reviews
I love this place! I always make sure to get the beef with ginger miso sauce. I usually end up ordering 3-4 of these. They are quite delicious! I also recommend the yaki onigiri. You may balk at ~$7 for a ball of rice but once you take that first bite you'll understand immediately. Do order it early as it ...
- 200.0 mi0.0 mi from Electric Daisy Carnival2 reviews
This is a little restaurant found right around the corner from Venice Blvd., near Centinela Ave. in the Mar Vista area. They have both salty and sweet crepes, along with omelets. The crepes all sound amazing. I enjoyed my champignon fromage crepe (various mushrooms with gruyere cheese), but was surprised by the wheat crepe wrap. It was still delicious, but ...