Casa Vega is a family-owned Mexican restaurant that has been a San Fernando Valley fixture for 55 years. Rafael “Ray” Vega was inspired to open the restaurant in 1956 after the success of his parents’ 1930s downtown Los Angeles hot spot located on Olvera Street, Café Caliente. Casa Vega serves authentic, delicious food and drinks in a warm, festive atmosphere. It is a Los Angeles landmark that continues to inspire generations of diners from neighborhood residents and Southern California visitors to Hollywood celebrities.
Casa Vega, now with Ray’s daughter Christina “Christy” Vega Fowler at the helm, prides itself on only serving the finest and freshest ingredients to their guests. From delectable Mexican dishes such as traditional Chicken Mole, Burritos, Enchiladas, and Tostadas to tasty house-made margaritas and mojitos, Casa Vega’s extensive menu can please any palate. Portions are also massive, and we all know Kim Kardashian and Kanye West love to eat. Casa Vega maintains its celebrity status thanks to the dark and private restaurant ambience. In fact, regular guests could be dining next to a big-time A-list celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West and have no idea!
Cecconi’s has created one of LA’s most exclusive members-only club high above the Sunset Strip. On the corner of Melrose Avenue and Robertson Boulevard, Cecconi’s is a modern day classic Italian restaurant open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, seven days a week. Brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday. Cecconi’s originated in Venice and served hand-made pasta, seafood, and dishes from Northern Italy using the finest and freshest ingredients. In addition to the flagship restaurant in Mayfair, London, Cecconi’s has outposts in Miami and another opening in Istanbul. Celebs occupy the plant-lined patio, marble-floored dining room, or the semi-private Butterfly Room with the bright orange heart. According to inside sources, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West enjoy dining here because it’s a haven where they can come in any time of day for a great, relaxing meal. With a seasonal Italian menu, its no surprise that this is a great secluded stop for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
Another of Kim’s favorites is Chateau Marmont. Famous for its old Hollywood glamour and laid-back atmosphere, the venerable hotel first opened its doors in 1927 and regularly draws A-listers such as Scarlett Johansson and Robert Pattinson for lunch or dinner on its palm tree-ringed patio. Must try items are the honey-glazed ribs served with lotus root or the crispy pig served Peking duck-style with steamed buns and crunchy garnishes. Seafood options abound as well, and while the skewered and glazed preparations predominate, we preferred the delicate, steamed snapper with seasonal mushrooms. Inside the restaurant, overstuffed couches crowd the "living room" where even the biggest stars feel like they are among friends.
More of a club than a restaurant, Bill’s Food & Drink serves seafood towers and steak. Instead of "old Hollywood", it now hosts “new Hollywood” like the Kardashian-West Family. With frequent sightings of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, it is a go-to spot for celeb sightings. Bill’s is the perfect setting for secrets to be told and whispered. Don’t let the simple name fool you; this is posh dining and if you need to ask about the prices, just try the soup.
The Cipriani empire extends around the world, from Abu Dhabi to L.A. and Hong Kong, ensuring that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West never have to be without their Bellinis and Scampi Thermidor. The indoor-outdoor space (WHICH LOCATION IS THIS?), featuring a magical garden setting with twinkling lights and towering palms, is the ideal setting for sharing a menu that’s divided into snacks, crude, small plates, and entrees.
Tavern is a multi-faceted restaurant and bakery. The huge menu spans 300 regional specialties from coconut mango salad to green mussels and serves signature dishes such as Tiradito, yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño, and black cod with miso. Seafood isn’t their only specialty though. Tavern also is known for serving ribeye with truffle butter sauce and crispy Maui onions plus a wide range of curries, including the fiery “wild” curry with eggplant, green beans, bone-in cuts of catfish and an avalanche of spicy chilies. Unlike at some of the more scrutinized restaurants in West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West can blend in. That means celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West can order their expensive bread in peace at the restaurant’s bakery or talk about their issues over a thick cut of top sirloin in the dining room.
Fig & Olive showcases food from France, Italy, and Spain, which all rely heavily on olive oil in their cuisines. Their huge dining area includes a 50-seat marble bar, a dining room with cushioned booths and a central olive tree, an upstairs lounge with overhead views of fashionable diners, and an airy terrace. Fig & Olive even incorporated a celeb-friendly private entrance that allows A-listers like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to sneak in and sneak out with ease. Fig & Olive's luscious menu includes crostini, soups, salads, French Riviera Salmon with Picholine olive oil, a chicken tagine with both figs and olives, and a dessert menu that includes marzipan cake with olive oil gelato.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been spotted frequently at Dan Tana’s - an old school Italian restaurant that serves a famous red sauce and adorned with old-school mafia style red booths. Dan Tana’s started attracting rock stars, movie legends, starlets and the like in 1963. Bartender Mike Gotovac has manned the menu-free bar since 1968 and served cocktails to people like the Eagles and Elton John, who long ago played the Troubadour nearby on Santa Monica Boulevard. Wine bottles hang from the ceiling in baskets, and the menu features Italian cuisine staples like spaghetti and meatballs, lasagna, and linguini with clams. Celebrities past and present are honored with namesake dishes, such as Veal Cutlet Milanese a la George Clooney, Shrimp Scampi a la Jerry Buss, and the Steak & Peppers Sinatra. And even if they’re not on the menu yet, you’ll still see stars at Dan Tana’s like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, Jon Hamm, Sean Penn, Olivia Wilde, and Lindsay Lohan.
Located at 519 Gallatin Avenue in East Nashville, Barista Parlor resides in an old transmission shop converted into a wonderful place for art and commerce to collide. Barista Parlor regularly serves up coffee and home-made biscuits, lattes and celeb sightings. Celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Jack White, and Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys are known to be regulars. Tom Hanks also posed for a selfie with several coffee aficionados in front of The Preussen, the shop’s famous 24-foot letterpress mural created by Nashville’s Bryce McCloud. The place is typically so loud and crowded that you might miss the celebs among you. So make sure you look up from your plate every once in a while and you just might realize your standing next to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. Apparently celebrities love their high-end coffee brews as much as the rest of us.
It’s hard to walk past the uber-trendy Nobu Restaurant without seeing Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. The world's largest Nobu restaurant and lounge at 12,775 square feet be located in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace. This is the ideal destination to be seen, socialize, and enjoy the unique cuisine of celebrated Chef NobuIt. The cozy booths, private dining room, and upstairs sections provide the seclusion celebrities like Kanye and Kim need to have a classic power lunch. Located in the center of Caesars Palace at the base of Nobu Hotel, this Japanese hot spot is always packed with beautiful people enjoying Miso Black Cod, rock shrimp tempura, and cucumber martinis.