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La Parrilla

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WHY Smoky, aromatic parrilladas, where you grill meat (Cornish hens, steak, pork chops) on tabletop grills. WHAT Going back 30 years and now boasting four locations, La Parrilla is known for its parrilladas (grills) and brochetas, but the rest of the food is good, too. Try the pollito en pipian (young chicken with pumpkin seeds). [...]

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Tonny’s

WHY Some of most delicious guacamole ever, chunky and fragrant with cilantro and limes. Homemade tortillas wrap delicioso burritos and seafood tacos, and the chile verde is heavenly. WHAT Warm and welcoming, this little family restaurant has an open kitchen, a tiny patio out back, about eight tables and very good home cooking. A small [...]

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Guelaguetza

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WHY Intensely flavorful, stick-to-your-ribs Oaxacan food served in a sunny yellow room by nice people. Live marimba music most nights. WHAT Only loosely affiliated with the better Guelaguetza in Palms (they’re owned by siblings, but the restaurants themselves aren’t related), this one is still a good and authentic Oaxacan place serving moles of every color, [...]

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Marmalade Café

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WHY Though not on the water, this is one of the best beach-town cafés around—and a perfect lunch stop if you’re driving up the coast. WHAT This branch of the Marmalade restaurant/caterer mini-chain serves wine and has an actual dining room, unlike the Santa Monica flagship. The draw is very good food in a casual, [...]

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Izzy’s Deli

WHY Good, honest food served 24 hours a day—and valet parking is free during the day! WHAT An essential place to know about if you find yourself hungry on the westside at 3 a.m. Even at the more conventional dining hours, Izzy’s serves reliable matzo ball soup, pastrami sandwiches, bagels ‘n lox, brisket and all [...]

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El Tepeyac

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WHY Machaca burrito, guacamole and taquitos, all in massive portions. WHAT This venerable L.A. dive is famed for its monstrous burritos, especially the Hollenbeck, which we find dull. Try the machaca instead, and plan to share it with another hungry soul. You can bring your own beer or sip a good horchata. WHO Almost always [...]

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Bread & Porridge

WHY Omelets made with a variety of interesting sausages; goat cheese salad; tender brisket. WHAT High-backed wooden booths, chalkboard menus and retro tile make for a setting of Rockwellian charm, just the place to wallow in the comfort of eggs, sausages, pancakes, fashionable salads and hearty entrées. Locals come for an early supper with a [...]

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Figtree’s Café

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WHY Sunny-side-up tables overlooking the Venice Boardwalk and the beach beyond. WHAT Of the parade of tourist-bait sidewalk cafés on the Boardwalk, this has been our favorite since the ’70s, when sandwiches with avocado and sprouts were considered exotic. Today we like the egg scrambles, turkey burgers and big salads. WHO Aged hippies and a [...]

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La Casita Mexicana

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WHY Food just like Grandma’s—if Grandma happened to be a meticulous Mexican village cook committed to using locally grown ingredients. Try to come on Wednesdays, which are pozole days. WHAT Spanish-language media cooking stars Jaime Martin del Campo and Ramiro Arvizu have created a place that draws fans from all over the L.A. basin. Absolutely [...]

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Tere’s Mexican Grill

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WHY Homemade Mexican food that’s anything but generic in a generic strip-mall setting. There’s no beer to drink, but you can have a Mexican Coke, made with cane sugar instead of corn syrup. (That Coke alone draws a loyal clientele.) WHAT Although the bare-bones, order-at-the-counter setting isn’t much, Tere’s cooking provides all the atmosphere you [...]

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