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WHY The first-rate execution of French bistro classics, at more than fair prices. WHAT This too-loud, brick-walled restaurant lost chef Walter Manzke, who made it an L.A. culinary destination, but so far the kitchen seems to be running like a top without him. They’re still making his charcuterie, procuring pristine oysters, preparing a mean bouillabaisse [...]

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Studio Café Magazzino

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WHY Excellent soups, a killer tuna sandwich, good vegetarian options, peach iced tea and very nice people—in short, the perfect little lunch café. WHAT A charming neighborhood café within spitting distance of Warner Bros., this treasure is packed at lunch but quieter for breakfast. Let Rose take your order at the counter and hope you [...]

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Simmzy’s

WHY An open-air beach bar in Manhattan Beach with good food and drink. WHAT Not much more than a single room opening onto a street patio, this tiny gastropub has two dozen really good rotating tap beers, gobs of wine by the glass and an Angus burger with sweet smoked onions, cheddar, and garlic aioli [...]

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Hodori

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WHY Decent and cheap Korean standards served 24/7. WHAT The short list of L.A. restaurants open 24 hours a day includes this Koreatown diner, and you could do far worse at 3 a.m. than Hodori’s bibim bap or bulgogi. Parking’s a pain, and the service and setting are basic, but the hours and price are [...]

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Kotosh

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WHY Intercontinental fusion food informed by 100 years of immigration. WHAT Born out of history, this quaint place is the culinary result of a century of Japanese immigration to Peru. Its success stems from its ability to take two disparate cuisines and forge a strong, seafood-based middle ground. On the Peruvian side of things, try [...]

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Homegirl Café

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WHY Fresh, modern Mexican fare with lots of vegetarian choices (tofu chorizo, anyone?)—and eating here supports a fantastic nonprofit. WHAT This nonprofit café and bakery teaches young women who would otherwise be drawn into gang life the restaurant business. It’s a bright space with art-for-sale and an open kitchen, which turns out tasty, healthful salads, [...]

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Moreton Fig

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WHY For a ‘real’ restaurant with good modern American cooking and a worthy happy hour, smack in the middle of the USC campus. WHAT For proof that college campuses are now luxury resorts, check out this sleek place in the lavish new student center at USC. With a cozy bar, a chic dining room, a [...]

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Soot Bull Jeep

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WHY For the quintessential grill-your-own Koreatown experience—it’s a great place to bring out-of-towners. WHAT You’ll smell like meaty smoke all night after dinner here, and you won’t mind a bit. It’s one of Koreatown’s best-known places, a dive with brusque service and a constant wait for a table. Thepanchan (side dishes) aren’t as complex and [...]

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Brownstone Pizzeria

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WHY Huge, floppy New York-style pies and hearty traditional pasta dishes. Eat your pizza quickly—they get soggy if they sit around, and they don’t take home well. WHAT Huge, ultra-thin-crust pizzas are served in a basic storefront setting. The pies and slices can be taken to Colorado Wine next door for a funvino con pizza [...]

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At Last Café

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WHY Simple Americana with refined flair. WHAT At Last may be tiny, but it has quickly become one of the most popular neighborhood spots in a city full of them. Behind its success is American cooking that capably twists the classics. At lunch, expect good sandwiches headlined by a charred burger and a vegetarian option [...]

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