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Dog Haus

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WHY Serious dogs served on grilled King’s Hawaiian bread. WHAT These are solid, substantial hot dogs, often topped with bacon and/or chili. Skip the heavy, bland El Mariachi, but consider the BLAST dog, with bacon, lettuce, avocado, tomato and serrano chili, and by all means try the tater tots. The addition of a beer garden [...]

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Momed

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WHY Vividly colorful modern Mediterranean dishes made from organic, often local ingredients, served on a sunny Beverly Hills sidewalk patio. WHAT South Beverly is full of good places to eat, but few give the value that this order-at-the-counter café does. We dream of the rich duck confit schwarma wrapped in a warm pita with oven-dried [...]

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L.A. Street Food Fest “Summer Tasting”

The dilemma: you love food truck/street cart fare but your favorite sammie/sopa/sorbet-slinger-on-wheels is always across town when the craving hits. The solution: The LA Street Food Fest “Summer Tasting” Event happening Saturday, July 21st at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Picnic on the grass or relax in white tents and under umbrella-shaded tables as you sample [...]

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The Juice Fountain

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WHY For an all-fruit smoothie with a side of Hollyweird. WHAT At this tiny, family-run juice joint, a hand-painted menu covers one wall, bananas hang everywhere, and the place smells fresh and fruity. The cantaloupe smoothie is surprisingly great, but the Pink Cloud (strawberry, banana, milk, and honey) is a sure bet. Stick around with [...]

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Atch-Kotch

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WHY Because there’s no better dive in Hollywood for ramen and chicken teriyaki. WHAT This low-key secret is seldom packed but always tasty. The old Japanese couple who run the place take breaks from knitting and paperwork to bring you steaming bowls of ramen mixed with anything from fried chicken to raw egg. Choose from [...]

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Gingergrass

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WHY Vast bowls of delicate noodles crowned with flowering basil tops and mint; char-grilled meats arranged over hillocks of raw greens; shrimp rolled around sugarcane sticks; sweet-tart jackfruit salad with pickled lotus roots; and more such crowd-pleasing dishes. WHAT Vietnamese cafés are hip and happening—the light, intensely colorful, vividly flavorful food perfectly suits the L.A. [...]

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Oaxacalifornia Juice Bar

WHY Delicious, fresh licuados, smoothies and juices. WHAT In Mercado La Paloma, a nonprofit community center with restaurants, shops and meeting spaces, this Oaxacan stand makes very good juice drinks that go beautifully with the food from the famed Mo-Chica and the excellent Chichen Itza. Homemade ice creams, too. WHO Latino families and USC students [...]

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Carmela Ice Cream

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WHY Simply one of the best ice creams made in L.A., flavored with locally grown flowers and herbs. WHAT It’s well worth seeking out either Carmela’s off-the-hipster-track shop or its farmers’ market stands for luscious ice cream made with Clover organic cream. Salted caramel hits the apex of the creamy-meets-salty craze, and the fruit flavors, [...]

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Carnival

WHY Creamy hummus, fattouch salad with crispy pita chips, kebabs and grilled quail are all well prepared. Nightly specials run to such things as an unusual okra stew with lamb. WHAT With a huge menu of Lebanese specialties as well as takeout and catering, this comfy restaurant serving the San Fernando Valley’s large Middle Eastern [...]

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Gelato Bar

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WHY Classic and seasonal flavors, ranging from a superb dark chocolate gelato to an amazing pear sorbet, served with excellent coffee and espresso. WHAT Homemade gelati in fun flavors from Gail Silverton, sister of L.A.’s culinary queen Nancy Silverton, in a handsome Italian-country café setting. A real find on the most picturesque block in the [...]

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