Los Angeles: the city of dreams. While LA is arguably the epicenter of the entertainment industry, it’s not just home to the dreams of aspiring actors and artists. The city is quickly becoming a hotspot for technology: a ‘Silicon Beach‘ is emerging that has the potential to rival its silicon sister to the north. In the recent CBS article, Move Over, Silicon Valley! Tech Startups Flock To LA, experts examined the boom of tech companies in the area and expect to see even more startups to come.
The techies flocking to LA are hungry… and not just for success. While the food scene in LA is hotter than a sunny day at Venice Beach, eager professionals are too busy discovering the next Snapchat to have time to fight the notorious LA traffic to grab a bite. Not to mention, traffic in LA is only expected to get worse as more young professionals flock to the area.
We’ve partnered with more than 30 of LA’s top restaurants and food trucks to bring delicious local eats directly to your office. Whether it’s for a daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or an occasional happy hour or event, we’ve got you covered! Here’s a glimpse of some of the hot restaurants we can bring to your office:
Specializing in sushi burritos, Kye’s uses a variety of healthy and fresh ingredients. They craft Asian-inspired rolls wrapped in nori, deli-inspired rolls wrapped in romaine, and even egg-wrapped breakfast rolls! Their menu is gluten-free, as well as paleo, and vegan-friendly.
Recognized by Eater LA, Thrillist, and The Los Angeles Times (to name a few), The Anchor is serving up SoCal’s favorite seafood. Your can indulge in fresh lobster rolls, ceviches, and even an on-the-spot oyster bar!
Inspired by authentic Indian street food with a California food truck twist, No Tomatoes! is concocting delicious curries, naan wraps, and even Indian tacos. They all have a healthy flair: no butter – and definitely no tomatoes – here!
This is one of LA’s hottest spots for seasonal California cuisine. Enjoy salads, sandwiches, and small plates made from the freshest local ingredients. But be forewarned: their cookies are addictive.
Let us know which you want to try out first!