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Bashan

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WHY Burrata and wild arugula salad, seared scallops with chorizo and fingerling potatoes, the midweek prix-fixe menu and the Sunday-night burger bargain. WHAT Chef Nadav Bashan (Providence, Michael’s) and his wife, Romy, have created a welcoming, modern eatery serving exceptionally refined cuisine that’s at the level of the best restaurants in L.A.—yet it’s far from [...]

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Dish

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WHY No-frills home cooking, only you don’t have to do the dishes. WHAT This is the best spot in the north SG Valley for an all-American breakfast: cornmeal johnnycakes, applewood-smoked bacon and the usual egg dishes. Lunch brings simple sandwiches, soups and salads. The Americana theme extends to the décor and the Awesome Dish Root [...]

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Jennie Cook’s

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WHY For richly flavorful and sustainably produced modern comfort food—for vegans and carnivores alike—at moderate prices. Ask about dinner parties in her kitchen. WHAT Jennie Cook’s homey style of cooking suits her Pennsylvania Dutch roots—but the surprise is the commitment to sustainability and health. Her kitchen turns out great briskets and bacon-wrapped dates as well [...]

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Lola’s Peruvian

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WHY Profoundly addictive crisp-skinned chicken, one of the most delicious in town, marinated in citrus juice, garlic and chiles and spit-roasted over a wood fire. WHAT A friendly Peruvian café with amazing roast chicken and fries, as well as good seafood dishes, including ceviches. Make sure to try the Peruvian chile sauce with your chicken. [...]

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Santa Monica Seafood

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WHY The great retail fish market Santa Monica has long depended upon, as well as a much-needed casual oyster bar, which had been curiously lacking in this oceanside city. WHAT This longstanding market has seafood galore, of course, along with beer, wine and everything you might want to rub beneath gills and between tentacles. Skip [...]

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John O’Groats

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WHY Corned beef hash, biscuits, thick-cut bacon and pumpkin or fresh-fruit-topped pancakes. WHAT Fans line up every weekend morning (and sometimes on weekdays) for a spot at a table or the counter in this rustic-charming diner named for a village in Scotland. The food isn’t authentically Scotch (a good thing, perhaps), but the breakfasts are [...]

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Bloom Café

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WHY Organic eggs are used in breakfast dishes like poached eggs with goat cheese and smoked bacon. There are plenty of vegetarian choices, and lunches include grass-fed beef burgers and free-range chicken and apple salad. WHAT This zippy, modern café on an up-and-coming stretch of Pico draws neighborhood faithfuls for breakfasts with a healthy touch. [...]

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Café Pinot

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WHY Sitting under the olive trees in front of the L.A. Central Library, sipping a Viognier and eating the famed mustard-crusted rotisserie chicken with fries, is one of Downtown’s greatest pleasures. WHAT When the weather’s good, book a table on the terrace at this chic bistro owned by celebrity chef Joachim Splichal. If the weather’s [...]

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M Café de Chaya

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WHY Macrobiotic, organic, vegetarian and/or vegan cooking that’s better than you might think is possible. WHAT Shigefumi Tachibe, founding chef of the late lamented La Petite Chaya and executive chef of Chaya Venice and Chaya Brasserie, became an avid student of macrobiotic cooking years ago, and his studies finally paid off with this chic little [...]

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The Lobster

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WHY Cosmopolitan cooking without pretension, with a beach-friendly location that can’t be beat. WHAT It has every right to be a tourist trap, but this pierside seafood restaurant is anything but. Always packed and always noisy, the modern concrete-and-glass space gives diners stellar views of the sea, sky and Ferris wheel—along with a daily-changing menu [...]

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