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Bottega Louie

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WHY Crisp, puffy-edged pizzas, delicious salads and seemingly hundreds of fun small plates. WHAT In a vast, open space with white marble floors, white walls and a white ceiling way up high, an army of well-trained staff serve solidly satisfying trattoria fare to a constant crowd. At this writing this is one of Downtown’s hottest [...]

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The Gorbals

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WHY An eccentric Jewish-Scottish hipster spot that’s surprisingly affordable given the celebrity status of the chef—the most expensive dish is $15. WHAT Helmed by Top Chef winner Ilan Hall, the Gorbals is anything but flashy—an almost-barren candlelit room tucked into the aging Alexandria Hotel, now used for affordable housing. The small menu draws inspiration from [...]

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Golden State of Cocktails – Pub Crawls & A Happy Hour

The inaugural Golden State of Cocktails,   a libation convention founded by West Coast industry professionals and cocktail enthusiasts  Skyler Reeves, Director of Operations at 213 Nightlife, and Allison Levine of Please the Palate, launches next week with two pub crawls and a special Happy Hour for the consumer. The Golden State of Cocktails Happy Hour kicks off the convention [...]

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The Edison

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WHY To take a glamorous step back in time—and for the double-take you’ll experience the first time you spot the Absinthe Fairy. WHAT This nostalgic cocktail bar reignites 1920s elegance and romance in an unbelievable multi-level space that was L.A.’s first private power plant. Each night brings new revelries, from live music to burlesque, but [...]

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Nickel Diner

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WHY Bacon maple doughnuts. WHAT This retro diner at Main and 5th (5th being called ‘the Nickel’ by the tougher locals in this hardscrabble neighborhood) has won local fame for bringing L.A. the bacon doughnut. But that’s not the only thing worth eating here. Come for any of the very good breakfast dishes, like the [...]

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Starry Kitchen

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WHY Starry Kitchen spices up the Downtown lunch scene with a modern, irreverent approach to Vietnamese-influenced cooking. WHAT California Plaza is a little less corporate with the success of freewheeling Starry Kitchen, which started as an underground restaurant in the owner’s apartment. You pick a protein (free-range lemongrass chicken, the famed crispy tofu balls, spicy [...]

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Church & State

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WHY The first-rate execution of French bistro classics, at more than fair prices. WHAT This too-loud, brick-walled restaurant lost chef Walter Manzke, who made it an L.A. culinary destination, but so far the kitchen seems to be running like a top without him. They’re still making his charcuterie, procuring pristine oysters, preparing a mean bouillabaisse [...]

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The First Annual L.A. Sriracha Festival

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The rooster sauce has certainly ignited the hearts of food lovers across L.A., and now it’s getting its own food festival. Co-hosted by Randy Clemens, author of The Sriracha Cookbook and the Veggie-Lover’s Sriracha Cookbook, and Josh Lurie of Food GPS, the First Annual L.A. Sriracha Festival is happening on Sunday, October 27 from 3 [...]

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La Feria de los Moles: LA’s 6th Annual Mole Festival

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This Sunday, October 6, head down to the Olvera Street Plaza between 10 am and 7 pm and check out the 6th annual Mole Festival, La Feria de los Moles. Try an array of Mexican moles, pastries, and other dishes ranging from sweet to savory. Entrance is free, and dishes are available for purchase. Sunday, October [...]

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Chaya Downtown

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WHY Terrific L.A.-style Euro-Asian fusion food, a swinging happy hour, four hours of free parking and a free shuttle to the Music Center. WHAT The youngest member of the great Chaya family is a hit. The serene, Asian-accented space has an impressive art-glass chandelier in the bar and comfy outdoor booths that, on a warm [...]

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