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Guidi Marcello

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WHY It’s like stepping into the neighborhood negozio di alimentari you frequented on your last trip to Italy. WHAT This hidden, family-run, 14,000-square-foot warehouse and teeny showroom teem with “tutti prodotti tipici regionali.” It’s all here and it’s all Italian: excellent dried pastas (Spinosi! Columbro!); canned tuna, beans and San Marzano tomatoes; rice and faro; [...]

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Hostaria del Piccolo

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WHY Because you can snack on squid-ink tagliolini and romanesco pizza at 3:30 in the afternoon. WHAT This casual spinoff of Piccolo in Venice may be a lot less expensive, but it has the same authentic culinary bent—think veal tongue in tuna sauce and baccala-filled ravioli. An upmarket pizza list of sauced and unsauced varieties [...]

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Santa Monica Certified Farmers’ Market: Main Street

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WHY Kids’ amusements, live music, great people-watching and very good produce. WHAT This sibling of the famous Arizona Avenue market is the social event of the week in south SanMo, where neighbors meet and families shop. It may seem to be more about the face-painting and music, but there’s also some terrific food from the [...]

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Food Fare 2012 Benefiting Planned Parenthood Los Angeles

You have to think Julia Child would be proud. Food Fare 2012, which began in 1979 with a cooking demonstration by the legendary Child, is now in its 33rd year of benefiting Planned Parenthood Los Angeles and celebrating new innovators in food like 2012 Chef of the Year Suzanne Goin: chef and owner of AOC, [...]

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3rd Annual Santa Monica Pub Crawl: Eat, Drink, and Give Merry

You’ve been so very good this year…not to mention this season. Stay at the top of Santa’s “Nice” list while giving YOURSELF some holiday cheer by participating in the 3rd Annual SANTA Monica Pub Crawl, which benefits the Westside Food Bank and kicks off at 5:00 p.m. this Saturday, December 17th. Don your fave holiday [...]

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Coast

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WHY Luxe breakfast and lunch on the beach. WHAT Is $17 too much to pay for bacon ‘n eggs? Not with a setting like this—a white-washed California dream of a café at sand level in this beachfront hotel, with windows open to the ocean air and the cyclists a few feet away on the bike [...]

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Gourmandise School of Sweets & Savories

WHY Quality cooking schools are like independent bookstores—distinctive and passionate about their mission. WHAT The focus is still on desserts, but savory classes, a pro series and team-building workshops are now offered at Clémence Gossett and Hadley Hughes’s trendy-looking space on the new third-floor food court at Santa Monica Place. WHO Amateur and aspirational bakers. [...]

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The Market at Santa Monica Place

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WHY For the chance to take home amazing edibles both decadent and divine—or eat them on the spot. WHAT More like Harrod’s food hall or Eataly NYC than the familiar food court, this collection of shops will put your appetite on sensory overload: Primi al Mercato (from Piero Selvaggio of Valentino) offers fresh pastas in [...]

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La Monarca

WHY An authentic Mexican bakery with westside-friendly touches, lunch and coffee drinks. WHAT The Boyle Heights stalwart now has a bright and welcoming Santa Monica location, where a French pastry chef brings a lighter touch to traditional Mexican pan dulce, breads and cakes (tres leches, coconut-flan), with a no-lard policy. Shelves are packed with appealing [...]

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Hotel Shangri-La

WHY Classic cocktails in goblets and vintage ship’s-deck views of palm trees and the Pacific. WHAT This streamline moderne boutique hotel was redone to within an inch of its 1939 glamour, yet it retains its quiet, hideaway feel. The cocktail menu reflects the era—old fashioneds, Singapore slings—while the food is contemporary and local: goat cheese—stuffed [...]

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