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La Grande Orange

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WHY Although it’s the kind of restaurant that MBAs, not chefs, create, Grande Orange an undeniably winning place, especially the bar, the Caesar salad, the burgers and the excellent pizzas now emerging from the brand-new wood-burning ovens. WHAT The owners of this spot in the handsomely restored 1925 Santa Fe Depot at Del Mar Station [...]

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Bean Town Coffee Bar

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WHY Because it makes you want to move to Sierra Madre just to make this place your local coffeehouse. WHAT This just might be the perfect coffeehouse—robust java, funky-but-comfortable furniture and a terrifically diverse crowd. All that plus bluegrass and folk music on the weekends, WiFi, board games, sidewalk tables and homemade baked goods. WHO [...]

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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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Hipcooks

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WHY Casual, convivial, downright fun classes that end in a meal and are designed to help regular people learn to throw something delicious together without freaking out. WHAT Monika Reti is as much a therapist as a cooking teacher, giving planning advice and getting people to shed their inhibitions (and terror) about cooking for a [...]

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Santa Monica Certified Farmers’ Market: Arizona

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WHY Harry’s Berries, Lily’s Eggs, Weiser melons, Rutiz carrots, Coastal Farms tomatoes, Cirone apples and apricots, Redwood Hill cheeses, Tenerelli peaches, McGrath beets… you won’t believe your eyes or your taste buds. WHAT One of the best and largest in the country, the Wednesday-morning market is pounced upon by the city’s best chefs, as well [...]

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Daikokuya

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WHY For 50 cents they’ll add extra pork fat to your soup base. Need we say more? WHAT It’s not as fast as we’d like, because of the lines of ramen addicts who slow things down at peak times. But the flavorful pork broth served at this dive is worth the wait. And you won’t [...]

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Wurstküche

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WHY The perfect blend of juicy sausage, substantial-but-not-huge bun and sweet-savory onions and peppers—just the thing to eat alongside a pint or two. WHAT This industrial-hip beer garden at 3rd and Traction keeps it simple: You got your beer, your sausage and your fries. What more could you possibly need? Ranging from the classic (brats, [...]

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Little Dom’s

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WHY Red-sauce Italian, served with modern flair and a wink of the eye. The three-course Monday Night Supper is a steal at $15, with house wine for just $12 a bottle. WHAT A lot of people consider this handsome, booth-lined, retro trattoria to be a great bargain, which we don’t quite get—starters are $10 to [...]

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Congregation Ale House

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WHY Lively suds and modernized pub grub. WHAT Congregation may take its religious shtick too far—stained glass windows, Catholic school uniforms, Monday ‘mass’—but it’s one of Long Beach’s essential beer bars, with a commendable list of Belgian and craft brews. The menu presents done-up pub classics like a pork and goat cheese sausage sandwich, grilled [...]

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Tasting Kitchen

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WHY An elegant Lucques-meets-Portland gem with an ever-changing selection of inspired, intensely flavored but not at all fussy creations, ranging from delicate market greens tossed with walnut ancho•ade to roast branzino with chanterelles. The $50 set menu has got to be one of the best fine-dining deals in town. WHAT A crew of former ClarkLewis [...]

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