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Homegirl Café

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WHY Fresh, modern Mexican fare with lots of vegetarian choices—and eating here supports a fantastic nonprofit. WHAT This nonprofit café and bakery teaches young women who would otherwise be drawn into gang life the restaurant business. It’s a bright space with art-for-sale and an open kitchen, which turns out tasty, healthful salads, tacos and breakfast […]

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JR Bistro

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WHY Chinatown restaurants can seem all too similar, but JR stands out for hot pots, lobster specials and well-prepared standards. WHAT The same owners’ JR Restaurant was one of the westside’s top Chinese restaurants, and faithful customers will find many of the same favorites at this slightly slicker updated spot with white tablecloths, beer and […]

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Philippe the Original

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WHY Marvelously soggy dip sandwiches (beef, lamb, pork), which Philippe’s claims to have invented. WHAT We’ve been coming to Philippe’s since we were knee-high to a wooden stool, and there’s nothing we love more than sitting on a wooden stool in this 1908 order-at-the-counter, sawdust-on-the-floor landmark. The french dips are delicious, the wine by the […]

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FANCY PANTRY: “Food Crafting Workshop” from the L.A. County Master Food Preservers

Yearning for a pantry stocked with elegant edibles? Want to make Xmas gifts that are hand-crafted with love AND expertise. Anxious to get a jump on your December holiday feast(s)? If you answered yes to any of the above, you’ll want to momentarily pause from your Thanksgiving prep to reserve a spot in the Food […]

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WHY A remarkable selection of Thai ingredients, packaged foods, cookware, even furniture. WHAT Part supermarket, part Costco-style warehouse, this shabby place is the go-to destination in town for everything you could possibly need to cook Thai food, all at very low prices (including produce). You may have to buy in huge quantities, so consider sharing […]

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San Antonio Winery

WHY To tour, taste and buy at L.A.’s only remaining winery, which also happens to be a pretty good one. WHAT Going back to 1917, when L.A. and the San Gabriel Valley were rich with wineries, San Antonio is run with care and skill by the Riboli family. It produces wines on site under several […]

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Super Home Mart

WHY Fun, often bargain-priced Asian and American tableware and kitchen goods in a central Chinatown location. WHAT Attractive, festive and practical housewares are the draw here, and the prices can’t be beat. You’ll find Chinese stuff, of course, from woks to steamers, but also Japanese sake sets, Italian coffeemakers and much more. Particularly good tableware […]

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Empress Pavilion

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WHY The best dim sum in Chinatown, and good Hong Kong—style seafood for dinner, too. WHAT Chinatown’s most elegant restaurant, Empress Pavilion is packed for weekend dim sum; we prefer coming during the week. It’s lesser known for dinner, but the more than respectable cooking (steamed Dungeness crab with flat noodles in garlic sauce) and […]

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Spring Street Smoke House

WHY An American barbecue joint is a fish out of water in Chinatown, but this place has proved to be a big success, with fine sauces and meat so good it (almost) doesn’t need any. WHAT The pitmaster in this simple rib joint mans a J & R Little Red smoker, and his meats benefit […]

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Hawaiian Chicken

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WHY Sensational grilled chicken for those who can’t wait for farmers’ market day to roll around. WHAT This family-run restaurant expands on the Hawaiian huli huli (literally, ‘turn turn’) concept that’s made its rotisserie chicken such a hit on the farmers’ market circuit. The birds roast over mesquite-like kiawe charcoal, and in this Chinatown location, […]

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