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The Trails

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WHY Fresh, simple café fare is served at picnic tables under the pine trees in Fern Dell, making it paradise for people (and their dogs) returning from a long hike. Good vegetarian choices. WHAT Had a long hike or a hard day cutting your student film at neighboring AFI? Then head to Trails to refuel [...]

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The Counter

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WHY For a generous, messy, not-inexpensive burger (Angus beef, turkey, chicken, salmon or veggie), prepared in a nearly infinite number of ways. Also terrific are the sweet-potato fries, crisp onion rings and thick shakes. WHAT Have a hankering for a burger with jalapeño jack cheese, carrot strings, a fried egg and apricot sauce? You can [...]

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Grilled Cheese Truck

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WHY The comfort of grilled cheese with the sophistication of quality ingredients and modern combinations. WHAT As the dust settles from the last year of food-truck mania, the Grilled Cheese Truck is coming out one of the winners—not as much of a sensation as Kogi, perhaps, but popular enough to always attract a crowd, and [...]

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Bricks & Scones

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WHY House-baked pastries, good sandwiches, Intelligentsia coffee, Lupicia teas and tomb-like quiet for working. WHAT With a no-talking upstairs study area and a quiet downstairs lounge, plus a leafy patio with plenty of shade umbrellas and no restriction on chatting, Bricks & Scones appeals to serious students and screenwriters as well as ladies who lunch [...]

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FarmShop

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WHY Yountville foodie elegance in Brentwood. WHAT Freshness is a fetish here, whether it’s braised sunchokes or perfectly cut shoestring fries from Weiser Farms potatoes. Jeffrey Cerciello, former culinary director of Thomas Keller’s casual dining division, has created an upscale larder featuring dishes (salmon rillettes, poached chicken salad) made with the best local produce alongside [...]

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Jongewaard’s Bake N Broil

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WHY To sit at the counter and revel in a perfect pot pie and, to keep the theme going for dessert, a piece of brownie pie with vanilla ice cream. If you can’t stay, pick up some frozen pot pies to take home, and for your next summer party, make sure to order the French [...]

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Market on Holly

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WHY Beautiful salads, Stumptown coffee and the best chocolate-chip cookie in town. WHAT A little bit of San Francisco and Portland in Old Pasadena, the Market on Holly is the creation of two longtime locals, composer Marty Davich and caterer Mary Pat Brandmeyer. There’s a small market (fancy pastas, oils, local organic milk), a swell [...]

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The Edison

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WHY To take a glamorous step back in time—and for the double-take you’ll experience the first time you spot the Absinthe Fairy. WHAT This nostalgic cocktail bar reignites 1920s elegance and romance in an unbelievable multi-level space that was L.A.’s first private power plant. Each night brings new revelries, from live music to burlesque, but [...]

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Nickel Diner

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WHY Bacon maple doughnuts. WHAT This retro diner at Main and 5th (5th being called ‘the Nickel’ by the tougher locals in this hardscrabble neighborhood) has won local fame for bringing L.A. the bacon doughnut. But that’s not the only thing worth eating here. Come for any of the very good breakfast dishes, like the [...]

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The Pike

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WHY A plate of retro charm and a side of rock ‘n roll. WHAT A key in the rise of Retro Row—the vintage-loving stretch of 4th Street famous for its pin-up poses and deadstock designs—the Pike is owned by former Social Distortion drummer Chris Reece. The bar is themed around the icons of lost Long [...]

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