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Wine House

WHY For 18,000 square feet devoted to wine, beer and spirits. WHAT Arguably the best wine shop in L.A., the Wine House has it all: great selection, good prices, informed staff and even a little gourmet food section, so you can get a tin of caviar to go with that magnum of Cristal. A year-round [...]

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Woodland Hills Wine Company

WHY It’s all about the Burgs. WHAT A connoisseur’s Mecca, Woodland Hills Wine specializes in (sigh) Burgundies, but the selection of top wines from California, Bordeaux, the Rhône, Italy, Austria and Spain is worth the drive to the west Valley. Woodland Hills also direct-imports many hard-to-find bottlings, including some bargains. Staffers are highly knowledgeable and [...]

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Vito’s Pizza

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WHY Vito’s has L.A.’s best crust. WHAT Carefully crafted, hand-tossed, New York—style pizzas with top-quality ingredients; try the signature white pie or the Terra Firma with the works. 846 N. La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.652.6859, vitopizza.com. L & D daily (to midnight on weekends). MC, V, AE. Type: Food That’s Fast Region: Central City [...]

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Marconda’s Meat

WHY Andouille, chorizo, Marconda’s ready-to-bake meatloaf mixture and butterflied legs of lamb. WHAT Want to grill bistecca alla fiorentina? Come here to get a custom-cut porterhouse for that, along with anything you might want in the way of pork, lamb (aged three weeks) or sausage; consider the Montana-grown Piedmontese beef from a breed of cattle [...]

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King Taco

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WHY Famously savory, just-greasy-enough meats, especially carne asada and carnitas, served in very good tacos, burritos and sopes. WHAT The mothership of the King Taco empire, this is an L.A. classic, with great carne asada tacos and kickass salsa roja. Order at the counter, snag a patio table, and pick up lots of napkins. 1118 [...]

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Tlapazola Grill

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WHY Lobster chile relleno with tamarindo-hoisin sauce, grilled salmon with mole pipian and a spinach-garlic quesadilla, and grilled half-chicken with two moles. WHAT This nouvelle Oaxacan café serves very good, modestly priced southern Mexican dishes in a colorful dining room or out on a quiet walled patio. Note that while it shares a name with [...]

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Brooklyn Bagel Bakery

WHY Properly boiled and hearth-baked bagels, more compact and pleasingly dense than most in town, made fresh all day. WHAT Between Downtown and Koreatown lies one of L.A.’s most New York of businesses, a busy bakery with an equally busy retail outlet. Try the blueberry or the poppyseed, and don’t miss Bagel Happy Hour (3 [...]

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Wolfgang Puck Catering

WHY For the celebrity cachet, of course, but also because Puck remains the standard-bearer in modern American cooking. WHAT L.A.’s original celebrity chef is now a national superstar, with restaurants, airport cafés and catering operations from coast to coast. His food is universally appealing, and the entire operation is completely professional. It’s no bargain, but [...]

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Komatsu Tempura Bar

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WHY For exquisitely made tempura and high-caliber izakaya-style little dishes. WHAT If there were a Tempura Olympics, chef Hiroshi Komatsu would surely get the gold. He plucks your tempura from his proprietary blend of scalding oil and serves the lacy, crackle-crusted fish and vegetables one piece at a time so they never cool and wilt. [...]

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Southern Mini Town

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WHY The spot-on cooking at this supremely nondescript place is something no food lover will want to miss. WHAT With small appetizer plates of Shaoxing wine-marinated blue crab, red-cooked Jia Xing duck and cool jade celery seasoned with sesame oil, plus a few orders of satisfying pastries and dumplings, you might be tempted to forgo [...]

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