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3 Square Café & Bakery

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WHY Can you say pretzel bread? WHAT Hans Röšckenwagner’s sunny, modern café is also a fine takeaway bakery, known for its meaty, delicious pretzel bread, as well as its pretzels, cinnamon rolls, ginger scones, cookies and rye bread. It’s not cheap, but the goods are very good. WHO Venice hipster foodies who stop by Kreation [...]

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Café Brasil

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WHY Tasty, inexpensive Brazilian sandwiches, grilled meats, collard greens, black beans and feijoada, the famed pork stew. WHAT It’s a simple order-at-the-counter, paper-napkin café but an exceptionally charming and colorful one, with a greenery-lined sidewalk terrace and an intensely colorful dining room. There’s beer and wine, but don’t neglect the fresh mango juice or the [...]

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Lukshon

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WHY Southeast Asian flavors refracted through the refined lens of Sang Yoon. WHAT Yoon’s follow-up to the gastropub scrum that is Father’s Office, this well-oiled restaurant is beautiful and sleek, worthy of a case study in modern design. The menu, like at so many of the city’s new places, is intent on obliterating the concept [...]

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Julienne

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WHY Signature rosemary bread for toast and sandwiches, not one but two great bacon offerings (applewood smoked and candied) on the breakfast menu and killer chocolate-mint brownies in the dessert case. Plus fantastic takeout baskets for the plane or the Hollywood Bowl. WHAT Breakfast or lunch on the shaded sidewalk terrace fronting this impossibly charming [...]

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La Grande Orange

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WHY Although it’s the kind of restaurant that MBAs, not chefs, create, Grande Orange an undeniably winning place, especially the bar, the Caesar salad, the burgers and the excellent pizzas now emerging from the brand-new wood-burning ovens. WHAT The owners of this spot in the handsomely restored 1925 Santa Fe Depot at Del Mar Station [...]

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Bean Town Coffee Bar

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WHY Because it makes you want to move to Sierra Madre just to make this place your local coffeehouse. WHAT This just might be the perfect coffeehouse—robust java, funky-but-comfortable furniture and a terrifically diverse crowd. All that plus bluegrass and folk music on the weekends, WiFi, board games, sidewalk tables and homemade baked goods. WHO [...]

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Little Dom’s

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WHY Red-sauce Italian, served with modern flair and a wink of the eye. The three-course Monday Night Supper is a steal at $15, with house wine for just $12 a bottle. WHAT A lot of people consider this handsome, booth-lined, retro trattoria to be a great bargain, which we don’t quite get—starters are $10 to [...]

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Rockwell, VT

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WHY A fabulous outdoor space, a good happy hour and flatbread pizzas to share with friends. WHAT This cousin to Vermont is a two-level, mostly outdoor space built around an artfully lit coral tree. The vibe varies greatly depending on when you come—weekend brunch is peaceful, early weeknights are rich with candlelit romance, and from [...]

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Broome St. General Store

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WHY Coffee, sandwiches and desserts to eat in the front yard of this old house, plus simple-chic kitchenware (new and vintage) and that quintessential Silver Lake necessity, Dude No. 1 Beard Oil. WHAT Where Zanzabelle and Freight once cohabitated is now a most fetching food-focused general store and café. You can pick up retro glass [...]

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Fuego

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WHY Upscale Mexican cuisine with a beautiful Long Beach view. WHAT A centerpiece of the redesigned and rebranded Hotel Maya, Fuego delivers a Mexican menu focused on coastal cooking. That translates to dishes like citric ceviches of shrimp and lobster scooped up with plantain chips, Yucat‡n-style pork two ways (presented as an achiote-glazed fillet and [...]

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