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Funnel Mill

WHY Siphon coffee and cold-water-infusion iced coffee, made with quality beans—you can taste the layers of flavor in the Sumatra Mandheling like a good bar of chocolate. WHAT Coffee is taken very seriously at this soothing spot, where a waterfall burbles and people work quietly on laptops (free WiFi). You can choose from a global [...]

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Los Angeles BBQ Festival

WHY Ribs, pulled pork and brisket from a dozen barbecuers from around the country. WHAT High-end cover bands meet ribs ‘n slaw at this weekend-long festival, which pairs local barbecue operations (like Robin’s and Baby Blues) with challengers from Illinois and Texas. Admission is $10, and you’ll pay another $10 for a plate of ‘cue. [...]

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Teheran Market

WHY Hard-to-find Persian and Middle Eastern ingredients at bargain prices. WHAT A great feta selection, unusual breads and baked goods, good spices and low prices on olives, fresh herbs and basmati rice draw cooks to this mid-size Middle Eastern market. Check out the Al Wadi hummus—it tastes like homemade. 1417 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, 310.393.6719 [...]

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J & T European Gourmet

WHY Incredible Polish and Middle European charcuterie made on the premises. WHAT Polish-trained meat masters John Pikula and Ted Maslo turn out several types of hams, smoked and cured meats and a grand supply of garlicky kielbasa, wiejska, kabanos and other sausages. The freezer holds homemade dumplings and soups, and in the cold case you’ll [...]

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Daily Pint

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WHY At least two cask-conditioned ‘real’ ale firkins always on tap and what has to be the largest Scotch collection in California. WHAT This dark, tattered bar hardly looks like much—until you open the menu and discover hundreds of interesting beers and whiskeys. The cask ales, typically from San Diego breweries, vary weekly, and the [...]

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Copa D’Oro

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WHY For cocktails you won’t find at the corner bar—really good ones. WHAT Cocktail guru Vincenzo Marianella’s Promenade-adjacent lounge feels like a cozy Manhattan bar, thanks to its weathered brick walls, French-mod leather wingbacks, well-coiffed bartenders and big-city prices. If you want to spend $12 for a gin and tonic here, that’s your business, but [...]

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The Yard

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WHY Funky wine bar meets art gallery space, with a laid-back neighborhood pub vibe and a terrific happy-hour menu. WHAT The vibe is great, with rotating art on the walls, a lounge-type atmosphere and a friendly staff. We’re happy to report that the once-dismal beer list has improved, and we still like the classic cocktails [...]

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Huckleberry Bakery & Café

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WHY Really fantastic café food: sandwiches on fresh bread, homemade soups, a perfect chopped salad, wonderful desserts. WHAT The bakery and café from the husband-and-wife chefs at Rustic Canyon, Josh Loeb and Zoe Nathan, is a place of deafening noise and recession-resistant crowds, who line up at breakfast and lunch to order pricey ciabatta sandwiches [...]

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Noma Sushi

WHY High-quality sushi and regional specialties served in an intimate setting. WHAT Step inside this curbside sushi joint on a Friday night and you’ll be transported to a bustling Manhattan hot spot with its shotgun interior, cozy booths and frantically busy staff delivering quality sushi with a few unexpected surprises (think black pig sausage from [...]

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Santa Monica Certified Farmers’ Market: Arizona

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WHY Harry’s Berries, Lily’s Eggs, Weiser melons, Rutiz carrots, Coastal Farms tomatoes, Cirone apples and apricots, Redwood Hill cheeses, Tenerelli peaches, McGrath beets… you won’t believe your eyes or your taste buds. ; WHAT One of the best and largest in the country, the Wednesday-morning market is pounced upon by the city’s best chefs, as [...]

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