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Beverly Hills Certified Farmers’ Market

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WHY One of the wealthiest zip codes gets its small-town mojo on with annual pie and chili cook-offs. WHAT This midsize market has easy-breezy street parking, a good selection of organic vendors, and a Persian New Year celebration. A-list growers include Harry’s Berries, McGrath Farm, Weiser Family Farms and Honey Crisp, which has exquisitely ripe [...]

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Dog Haus

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WHY Serious dogs served on grilled King’s Hawaiian bread. WHAT These are solid, substantial hot dogs, often topped with bacon and/or chili. Skip the heavy, bland El Mariachi, but consider the BLAST dog, with bacon, lettuce, avocado, tomato and serrano chili, and by all means try the tater tots. The addition of a beer garden [...]

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Wat Dong Moon Lek

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WHY For a taste of au courant Thai cooking followed by fine-dining-caliber desserts. WHAT A stylish storefront noodleteria where noodles are just a start. Thekap klâem—bar-snack-like small plates—reflect the urban Thai culinary trends inspired by owner Billy Jalanugraha’s visits to his native Bangkok. Don’t miss the house version oflarb tod: the fried ground chicken and [...]

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Waterloo & City

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WHY Tasty cocktails, a comfortable bar and a menu with something for everyone. WHAT The name is a tribute to owner/chef Brendan Collins’s home country, England, but his cooking is not English—his training is French, and his experience includes a long stint at Mélisse. Now, in the 1960s building that long housed the Crest family [...]

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Kiwami

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WHY At the time of this writing, über-sushi-chef Katsuya Uechi is not only in the house; he’s preparing omakase in the small sushi bar at the back. WHAT After Katsu Michite closed Tama to open Katsu Sushi in Beverly Hills, Uechi took over the old space, notwithstanding the fact that he has the perennially popular [...]

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Mozza 2 Go

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WHY All the things you love about Pizzeria Mozza, without having to fight for a table. Great for Bowl picnics and office lunches. WHAT If you want to make your friends think you’re a great cook, just call up this takeout offshoot of the Mozza restaurants and order a tricolore salad, white-bean bruschetta, Mario’s lasagne [...]

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Banh Mi My Tho

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WHY Some of the San Gabriel Valley’s best Vietnamese sandwiches come out of this tiny Alhambra mini-mall deli. WHAT A to-go operation with friendly counter service, Banh Mi My Tho packs a lot into a minuscule storefront: a half-dozen types of banh mi sandwiches, hot Vietnamese broken-rice and noodle-based meals, snacks like meatballs on a [...]

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Noir Food & Wine

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WHY For the great wine list, with lots of worthy choices for less than $10 a glass; the well-conceived and fairly priced small-plates menu; and the gregarious charm of Chef Beltran, who spends a lot of time checking on diners. WHAT After years of bouncing around various restaurants, success has come to chef Claud Beltran [...]

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Momed

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WHY Vividly colorful modern Mediterranean dishes made from organic, often local ingredients, served on a sunny Beverly Hills sidewalk patio. WHAT South Beverly is full of good places to eat, but few give the value that this order-at-the-counter café does. We dream of the rich duck confit schwarma wrapped in a warm pita with oven-dried [...]

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Cafecito Orga‡nico

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WHY A mellow alternative to Silver Lake’s over-caffeinated coffee scene. WHAT Housed in a faux-lighthouse building on none-too-gentrified Hoover Street, this place started selling organic fair-trade beans at local farmers’ markets before opening the café. With free WiFi, a large covered patio and baked goods from Echo Park’s Delilah Bakery, it’s a funky and calm [...]

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