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A Plancha, Taco Joint

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WHY Just because you enjoy retail therapy on 3rd Street doesn’t mean you want to spend $30 for lunch. And sometimes you want a great taco. WHAT Pete White paid his dues (25 years!) at Poquito Mas, and at his solo venture he uses farmers’ market produce and quality seafood and meat to produce some [...]

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Bargain Fair

WHY Total bargains on both quirky and basic kitchenware and tableware. WHAT This cluttered discount store is always worth a stop. For one thing, you can pick up such essentials as chafing dishes and 99-cent tongs. And you might just find a Russian tea set that you can’t live without and certainly can afford. Best [...]

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Cobras & Matadors

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WHY One of the best sangrias in town, and some tasty (if inconsistently prepared) little dishes to have with it, including the addictive socca cakes with a cilantro dipping sauce. Save room for the churros with chocolate sauce. WHAT One of the first ventures by restaurateur Steven Arroyo, this original Cobras & Matadors (the East [...]

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Insomnia Café

WHY A convenient location, comfy furniture and no-cell-phone policy make this a good spot for working or meeting someone, although parking can be tricky, and the WiFi’s not free. WHAT This longtime caffeination station is a relaxed, friendly and very quiet place, with respectable coffee drinks and good snacks—and it’s open until 1:30 a.m. WHO [...]

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Beverly Hills Juice Club

WHY Cold-pressed apple-juice blends that are totally delish—try the apple strawberry or apple ginger. WHAT It’s not really in Beverly Hills, but a harmless bit of false advertising is no reason to shun this teeny place, which specializes in cold-pressed fruit juices, wheatgrass, carrot juices and smoothie-like banana-based creations. WHO Healthful sorts on their way [...]

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The Bagel Broker

WHY All the traditional bagel varieties and variations, like blueberry or cheese jalapeño, are baked daily. Order them by the bag, or have a bagel sandwich or bagels and lox on the premises. WHAT Bagel connoisseurs and New York transplants say this basic mini-mall deli in the heart of the Fairfax Jewish district is one [...]

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Terroni

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WHY Thin-crust pizzas in the individual Italian style, topped with gorgonzola, pears and walnuts or spicy Italian sausage, and a wide selection of pastas, perhaps with shrimp and asparagus or with homemade Italian sausage. WHAT The stylish import from Toronto brought a lively café to a neighborhood hungry for mid-priced, casual Italian. From the Eames [...]

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Jar

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WHY Superb steaks and chops, succulent side dishes (duck fried rice, Japanese purple yams with crème fra’che) and comfort foods (pot roast, coq au vin). Oh, and a Sunday brunch that Los Angeles Magazine has twice declared the city’s best. WHAT This retro-contemporary (think Mad Men) chophouse run by star chef Suzanne Tracht delivers a [...]

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Holy Cow Indian Express

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WHY One of L.A.’s better chicken tikka masalas. WHAT An offshoot of the more elegant Suriya on Third Street, Holy Cow serves lightened up Indian dishes that are still full of flavor. There are a few tables in the mini-mall storefront, and they also deliver in the area. 8474 W. 3rd St., Beverly/Third, 323.852.8900 L [...]

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Angelini Osteria

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WHY Rich oxtails, braised artichokes, green lasagne and other delicious pastas, and wonderful branzino. WHAT There are fancier Italian restaurants in town, but few with better food than this one (and chef Gino Angelini’s other restaurant, La Minestraio). The minimalist storefront is packed a little too tightly, and the room’s a little too loud, but [...]

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