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La Española Meats

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WHY L.A.’s only outpost for house-made Spanish charcuterie, plus imported oils, wines and more. WHAT Inconspicuously lodged in an industrial side street, La Española makes the most of its Harbor City location by using its warehouse space to produce excellent sausages—including five types of chorizo and two types of morcilla—as well as cured Spanish meats. [...]

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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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Angelo’s Italian Deli

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WHY For huge, exceptionally tasty sandwiches made from impeccable Italian cheeses, meats and seasonings. WHAT For a fast meal you won’t forget, skip Belmont Shore’s chain places and head to this tiny market and deli for a sandwich (grilled or not) filled with things like fresh mozzarella, prosciutto, turkey, broccoli, roasted peppers and fresh basil. [...]

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Lotería Grill

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WHY Tacos stuffed with chicken mole, mushrooms, cactus or squash, huevos rancheros for brunch and stunning aguas frescas made from fresh fruits or jamaica flowers. WHAT This little stand turns out some of the best Mexican food for miles around with a creative Mexico City—style flair. For more of a sit-down meal with the same [...]

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Grilled Cheese Truck

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WHY The comfort of grilled cheese with the sophistication of quality ingredients and modern combinations. WHAT As the dust settles from the last year of food-truck mania, the Grilled Cheese Truck is coming out one of the winners—not as much of a sensation as Kogi, perhaps, but popular enough to always attract a crowd, 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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Benley

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WHY Upscaled Vietnamese cuisine with an eye for authenticity. WHAT Stashed in a strip mall that butts up against the Orange County border, Benley is one of Long Beach’s most consistent restaurants. That’s because it has a very clear handle on the kitchen, which turns out refined and thoughtful Vietnamese cuisine: great bowls of pho [...]

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Bottega Louie

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WHY Crisp, puffy-edged pizzas, delicious salads and seemingly hundreds of fun small plates. WHAT In a vast, open space with white marble floors, white walls and a white ceiling way up high, an army of well-trained staff serve solidly satisfying trattoria fare to a constant crowd. At this writing this is one of Downtown’s hottest [...]

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Penzeys Spices

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WHY Kala jeera (black cumin) and French four spice, and knowledgeable staffers who can tell you what to do with them. WHAT This Wisconsin-based chain is the Grand Cru of spice shops. At both the newer Santa Monica branch and in Torrance, you’ll find a dizzying selection of chile powder, cinnamon and pepper blends. The [...]

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Animal

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WHY Bacon in your salad, bacon for your main course, bacon in your dessert. WHAT L.A.’s foodie sensation is a bare-bones room crammed with people who aren’t even mad that they had to wait 45 minutes… with a reservation. It helps that the staff is remarkably kind, but really it’s because who can stay mad [...]

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