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Four Daughters Kitchen

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WHY You’ve been surfing for hours and you’re ready to stoke that engine with really good pancakes or a way better burger than you’ll find elsewhere around here. WHAT A neighborhood hangout with wooden tables, lots of windows and flat-screen TVs, Four Daughters is home to well-prepared comfort food made with the luxurious ingredients expected [...]

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Simplethings Sandwich & Pie Shop

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WHY Mini pies, medium pies, maxi pies…. WHAT A sunny yellow-and-white-striped color scheme complements a case full of pies at this perky café with plenty of room for sit-down diners. Salads, sandwiches (pulled barbecue chicken on pretzel bread), main dish pot pies (chicken curry) and side dishes (roasted brussels sprouts) are more than just excuses [...]

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Pacific Dining Car

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WHY For delicious, expensive steaks, satisfying, expensive breakfasts, 1920s elegance and food served 24 hours a day. Great for serious business meetings and gleeful middle-of-the-night splurges. WHAT Dating to 1921, this added-upon former railroad dining car on the fringes of downtown is as beloved as Musso & Frank and even more—but the food’s a lot [...]

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Falafel Arax

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WHY The best falafel in town, crisp on the outside and tender within. Succulent schwarma, too. WHAT This tiny diner has been attracting falafel addicts for more than 25 years, and the lines still haven’t abated. 5101 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, 323.663.9687 B & L daily, D Mon.-Sat., early D Sun. Cash only. Type: Food [...]

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Pollo Campero

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WHY So legendary that food historian John T. Edge included it in his seminal book, Fried Chicken. WHAT Forget the Colonel and check out this branch of the Guatemalan chain famous for its achiote-pepper-crusted chicken. Biscuits, slaw, fried plantains and a nice salsa bar round out the accompaniments. WHO Guatemalan ex-pats happy to no longer [...]

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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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Teresita’s

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WHY Wonderful, traditional Mexican cooking: goat stew on weekends and always-good daily specials, like albondigas on Monday, pork ribs in chile negro sauce on Wednesdays and pozole on Fridays. WHAT This East L.A. landmark family restaurant serves simple, very good home cooking. Weekend breakfasts are worth rolling out of bed for. WHO Politicians and police [...]

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Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles

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WHY Fried chicken and big waffles, of course. WHAT The name pretty much says it all. The original location of this small chain of gut-busting L.A. soul-food cafés, Roscoe’s is a Hollywood institution, and it’s a haven for people who can’t bear one more vegan scramble or nonfat chai latte. The fried chicken, waffles and [...]

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Auntie Em’s Kitchen

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WHY Open-faced breakfast sandwiches, the grilled steak salad and spectacular cupcakes, scones and brownies. WHAT This funky and fetching retro-American roadhouse features delicious modern-diner cooking. For breakfast, try an open-faced egg sandwich topped with bacon, Cajun turkey sausage or portobello mushroom and roasted red peppers. For lunch, the tuna salad sandwich and the grilled-steak salad [...]

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Catch

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WHY This carefully constructed Cal-Mediterranean seafood menu is worth the splurge, especially when you consider the setting. WHAT High ceilings, crisp white walls and floor-to-ceiling windows frame the dazzling view at this privileged outpost of elegant, yet unshowoffy, cuisine. A chef change led to a menu change as well, so the Asian influences gave way [...]

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