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Umami Burger

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WHY For what is quite possibly the best burger in town. Sorry, Father’s Office. WHAT Adam Fleischman takes burgers very, very seriously. He grinds the beef from flap steak and short ribs, gets soft, shiny yet sturdy buns from a Portuguese bakery, and offers such toppings as grilled onions, parmesan cheese crisps and shiitake mushrooms. [...]

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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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The Trails

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WHY Fresh, simple café fare is served at picnic tables under the pine trees in Fern Dell, making it paradise for people (and their dogs) returning from a long hike. Good vegetarian choices. WHAT Had a long hike or a hard day cutting your student film at neighboring AFI? Then head to Trails to refuel [...]

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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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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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The Mercantile

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WHY French charm and very good café cuisine. WHAT Yes, it’s owned by serial restaurateur George Abou-Daoud, but nonetheless we love this order-at-the-counter café, wine bar and gourmet market (its adjacent dinner restaurant, the District, ain’t bad either). High ceilings, vintage fixtures, sidewalk tables and nice people make the experience enjoyable, and the kitchen turns [...]

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Obika

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WHY Without booking a trip to Rome, you can taste farmstead mozzarella di bufala from cheese makers working in the DOP (Denomination of Protected Origin). The cheese, sourced from Agro Pontina (where the bufala roam) and Paestum (south of Naples) is flown to L.A. three times weekly. WHAT Based on the sushi bar concept, Obika [...]

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Bricks & Scones

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WHY House-baked pastries, good sandwiches, Intelligentsia coffee, Lupicia teas and tomb-like quiet for working. WHAT With a no-talking upstairs study area and a quiet downstairs lounge, plus a leafy patio with plenty of shade umbrellas and no restriction on chatting, Bricks & Scones appeals to serious students and screenwriters as well as ladies who lunch [...]

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FarmShop

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WHY Yountville foodie elegance in Brentwood. WHAT Freshness is a fetish here, whether it’s braised sunchokes or perfectly cut shoestring fries from Weiser Farms potatoes. Jeffrey Cerciello, former culinary director of Thomas Keller’s casual dining division, has created an upscale larder featuring dishes (salmon rillettes, poached chicken salad) made with the best local produce alongside [...]

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The Raymond

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WHY An elegantly conceived menu and a setting that oozes historic charm. WHAT This 1901 Craftsman bungalow is the epitome of Pasadena charm, with gleaming wood floors, leaded glass, flower-filled patios and an air of tranquility. The upscale California cooking isn’t always flawless—the roasted bruschetta was bitter on one visit—but it’s generally good. Try the [...]

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