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26 Beach Café

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WHY The King Kobe burger, sushi hamburgers, the house-made buns and the casual vibe. WHAT So what if it’s not really at the beach? The food is good, the prices are reasonable. and the setting is flea-market cute, complete with a fetching covered garden. Follow the regulars’ lead and go with the burgers or one […]

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The Kettle

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WHY A 24/7 godsend for insomniacs, students and night-shifters. WHAT The food’s fine, but the real value of this ’70s-woodsy coffee shop is that it’s open 24 hours a day, a rarity for a large, full-service restaurant anywhere in L.A., let alone a beach town. Regulars get the muffins, crab cake Benedict, burgers and egg […]

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Jack’s Classic Hamburgers

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WHY Great bacon-chilli cheeseburgers, pastrami burgers, and slightly healthier turkey burgers (which we fatten up with bacon). WHAT In a parking lot next to the 170 Freeway is the best burger stand in the Valley, home to fresh, quality hamburgers, crispy skinny fries, good onion rings and tasty chili. 11375 Riverside Dr., North Hollywood, 818.761.4599, […]

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Breadbar

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WHY Hand-crafted whole-grain and country breads. excellent croissants and tarts, as well as breakfast, sandwiches and salads. Don’t miss the Alpine cheese bread. WHAT Baker Eric Kayser first won the hearts of Parisians (no easy thing for a bread baker) and then came to conquer L.A. here and in Century City. The patio fronts bustling […]

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Café Vida

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WHY A chance to eat healthy food with the Palisades set, plus no corkage fee. WHAT This is the place that triggered a local epiphany: ‘Healthy’ food can actually taste good! Winning dishes include a delicious egg-white frittata with sausage and roasted vegetables. Get there before 11:30 for brunch or lunch and before 6 p.m. […]

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Laurel Tavern

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WHY A well-edited lineup of scrumptious bar food, including skewered chunks of pork belly so succulent they’ll make you weak in the knees. WHAT The Valley’s coolest gastropub is a long, streamlined room with exposed brick walls and French doors opening onto the busy boulevard. Some of the nicest barkeeps in town make sure patrons […]

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3 Square Café & Bakery

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WHY Can you say pretzel bread? WHAT Hans Röšckenwagner’s sunny, modern café is also a fine takeaway bakery, known for its meaty, delicious pretzel bread, as well as its pretzels, cinnamon rolls, ginger scones, cookies and rye bread. It’s not cheap, but the goods are very good. WHO Venice hipster foodies who stop by Kreation […]

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Craft

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WHY Servers who make you feel like Trump, special-occasion food (veal sweetbreads with kumquats, rabbit saddle with wild cherries) and a Wall Street atmosphere for those times when laid back L.A. just won’t do. WHAT Part of Tom Colicchio’s New York—based mini-empire, this elegant place has a design-your-own menu where everything is a la carte—at […]

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Real Food Daily

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WHY The Ciao Bella—roasted veggies with pesto on hemp bread. WHAT Chef/owner Ann Gentry serves enticing meat-free and dairy-free fare in her casual café. The faux Reuben and mock club try too hard to mimic their meat counterparts, so try instead the seasonal vegetables in a wasabi vinaigrette, the Yin Yang veggie salad with peanut-sesame […]

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Chez Jay

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WHY Jay Fiondella has passed on, but his eponymous beach shack remains an oasis in a sea of gentrification, complete with a peanut-shell ‘carpet.’ WHAT This tiny shack festooned with Christmas lights is the only unchanged element amid the upscale hotels and overpriced restaurants that now dominate this strip of Ocean Avenue. Chez Jay still […]

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