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CaCao Mexicatessen

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WHY Warmth, a strong sense of neighborhood and a serious approach to food—and, more importantly, to Mexican chocolate in all its forms. WHAT The name was a poor choice—everyone stumbles over it—but everything else about this richly colorful café/deli/market succeeds. You order at the counter to eat in the café or out on the patio, [...]

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Red Medicine

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WHY Vietnamese fusion restaurants have exploded in recent years, but Red Medicine is no ordinary pho-taco joint. WHAT Jordan Kahn’s painterly riffs on Vietnamese flavors are under the radar—he’s doing some of the city’s most creative cooking right now. The chic, industrial polished-concrete space makes a neutral backdrop for eye-popping compositions. Unusual ingredients—rose marmalade, smoked [...]

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Jennie Cook’s

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WHY For richly flavorful and sustainably produced modern comfort food—for vegans and carnivores alike—at moderate prices. Ask about dinner parties in her kitchen. WHAT Jennie Cook’s homey style of cooking suits her Pennsylvania Dutch roots—but the surprise is the commitment to sustainability and health. Her kitchen turns out great briskets and bacon-wrapped dates as well [...]

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Bloom Café

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WHY Organic eggs are used in breakfast dishes like poached eggs with goat cheese and smoked bacon. There are plenty of vegetarian choices, and lunches include grass-fed beef burgers and free-range chicken and apple salad. WHAT This zippy, modern café on an up-and-coming stretch of Pico draws neighborhood faithfuls for breakfasts with a healthy touch. [...]

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Café Pinot

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WHY Sitting under the olive trees in front of the L.A. Central Library, sipping a Viognier and eating the famed mustard-crusted rotisserie chicken with fries, is one of Downtown’s greatest pleasures. WHAT When the weather’s good, book a table on the terrace at this chic bistro owned by celebrity chef Joachim Splichal. If the weather’s [...]

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M Café de Chaya

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WHY Macrobiotic, organic, vegetarian and/or vegan cooking that’s better than you might think is possible. WHAT Shigefumi Tachibe, founding chef of the late lamented La Petite Chaya and executive chef of Chaya Venice and Chaya Brasserie, became an avid student of macrobiotic cooking years ago, and his studies finally paid off with this chic little [...]

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Auntie Em’s Kitchen Catering

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WHY Outstanding modern American party food, as organic as possible, with particularly memorable desserts. WHAT Before she opened her oh-so-hip bakery, café and store, Terri Wahl was a caterer specializing in production shoots. Nowadays she also feeds the cognoscenti at commitment ceremonies, 50th-birthday celebrations and publication parties all over the L.A. area. WHO Party-throwing Occidental [...]

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Border Grill

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WHY Designer margaritas and superb appetizers from California-cuisine pioneers. WHAT Chef/owners Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken are foodie rock stars whose first, shoebox-size restaurant City morphed into the original Border Grill. Today, TV’s ‘Two Hot Tamales’ have an empire that includes two other Border Grills (Downtown and Vegas) and Feniger’s Street. This is where [...]

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Chichen Itza

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WHY Seductive dishes from the Yucat‡n: robust, citrus-spiked soups; panuchos with shredded turkey, tomato, pickled red onion and avocado; cochinita pibil; and wonderful tamales, including the colado, with chicken and achiote. WHAT Terrific Yucat‡n cooking is served at this order-at-the-counter café in the nonprofit Mercado la Paloma, also home to Mo-Chica. The flavors are rich, [...]

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Little Flower Candy Co.

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WHY Divine salt caramels and other gift-worthy candies, as well as delicious bran muffins, pretzel rolls, cookies and gorgeous cakes to order. WHAT Known for her national line of handmade sea-salt caramels, Christine Moore has livened up this stretch of Colorado Boulevard with a friendly bakery, confectionary and café. Great for to-go sweets, or for [...]

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