It's time to start salivating! Not only is Los Angeles home to celebrity sites, from the Hollywood Walk of Fame to the Getty Museum, but it's also home to some of the most unique foodie innovations around. Of course, there's classic Mexican food and fresh seafood in every sushi roll, but where else can you get the most original desserts or see a unique way to top pizza? Only in Los Angeles. If you're looking to enjoy a foodie tour throughout the City of Angels, here are the top picks. For any Food Network fan, you'll be familiar with Mario Batali. His restaurant Pizzeria Mozza delvers the top pizza in the city, along with a long list of great menu items that'll take you from savory to sensational in just one bite. The Nobu empire had a humble beginning – at Matsuhisa, The Mats was the first restaurant from the celebrity chef offering classic Japanese gourmet seafood. If you want to get a little more old school, head to Dan Tana's for a traditional Italian meal complete with checkered table cloths, white linens and framed posters on the walls. Of course, no visit to Los Angeles is complete without a Dodger Dog. The iconic hot dog might not be found in a Los Angeles restaurant, but this stadium staple is known around the Major League Baseball circuit and one of the best (and longest) dogs in town. And finally, if you're ready to wait in line there's no better place to get the original chicken and waffles than at Roscoe's House of Chicken 'N Waffles. Since 1975 they have been serving up this unique combination that's taken the dining world by storm.