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‘Good Food Neighborhoods’

San Gabriel

Drive a few miles east of Downtown on the 10 Freeway and you’ll hit the south San Gabriel Valley, which Taiwanese and Hong Kong venture capital has turned into the largest, splashiest suburban Chinatown in North America. Monterey Park was the first enclave, but as the Chinese population has escalated, this new-era Chinatown has spread […]

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Silver Lake

One of L.A.’s most quickly changing neighborhoods, Silver Lake is a mix of young musicians, writers and creative types, film-business workers, and professionals who enjoy the hilly streets lined with architecturally significant homes and the proximity to Downtown L.A. In the past few years, the neighborhood has gained still more gourmet food shops, under-the-radar restaurants […]

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Sawtelle

The westside’s “Little Osaka,” along a three-block stretch of Sawtelle west of the 405, throbs with nightlife and the sort of restaurants you’re likely to see in modern Tokyo. This enclave between Olympic and Santa Monica boulevards was once farmland for immigrants and later drew Japanese-Americans returning from internment camps. Today, apart from a few extant bonsai nurseries, Sawtelle is all […]

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South Pasadena

Quaint South Pasadena has done its utmost to preserve its leafy, small-town flavor, and the arrival of the Metro Gold Line cemented its pedestrian-friendly status. Just a few blocks long, the charming Mission Street area is rich with food-centric places, as well as boutiques and antiques shops; shady El Centro Street, one block south, is […]

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Abbot Kinney, Venice

Just block s from the ocean, the six-block strip of Abbot Kinney Boulevard epitomizes the sun-drenched, lazy-afternoon surfboard vibe of Venice Beach. Though parking can be tight, you can usually find a spot; if not, try the valet at Joe’s. Either way, you won’t need a car to explore the cafés, upscale restaurants and funky […]

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Studio City

We’ll admit it: Ventura Boulevard lacks the cachet of such other important streets “over the hill” as Wilshire and Sunset. The main surface artery through the San Fernando Valley has long, utterly forgettable stretches lined with strip malls, auto dealerships and low-end motels. However, as Ventura heads into Studio City, it’s studded with some of […]

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Koreatown

Even in the ‘70s, when korean businesses began to put down roots near Vermont and Olympic, you could smell garlicky broiling meat wafting down the streets after dusk. Today the aroma is even more intense. About 700 restaurants and markets cluster along Olympic, Wilshire, 8th and 6th from Crenshaw to Alvarado. Every kind of Korean specialty is represented, from noodle […]

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Little India

Alive with the color of brilliant silk saris, the aroma of a hundred curries and the rhythms of Bhangra-inspired folk hits pouring out of music shops: This is Pioneer Boulevard, the heart of Little India. It sits in the middle of Artesia, a suburb north of Long Beach just off the 91 Freeway—which, conveniently for the widely dispersed Indian community […]

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Culver City

Even though this entertainment studio hub turned foodie mecca is losing a bit of its star power thanks to the ascendancy of Downtown L.A., it’s as packed with good-food destinations as ever, and now it’s less crowded. It’s divided into two areas, with the hot restaurants on Culver Boulevard to the west, where Park and Lock should be renamed Park […]

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Third Street

In the heart of Los Angeles, 3rd Street has been a food destination since the summer of 1934, when a group of farmers gathered at 3rd and Fairfax to sell their produce. Today the L.A. Farmers Market hosts millions of tourists annually while remaining a popular gathering spot and food source for locals. The section of 3rd Street extending about […]

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