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Pacific Dining Car

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WHY For delicious, expensive steaks, satisfying, expensive breakfasts, 1920s elegance and food served 24 hours a day. Great for serious business meetings and gleeful middle-of-the-night splurges. WHAT Dating to 1921, this added-upon former railroad dining car on the fringes of downtown is as beloved as Musso & Frank and even more—but the food’s a lot [...]

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Mama’s Hot Tamales

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WHY Indulge in these tamales not only because they’re delicious, but because they’re making L.A. a better place. Good coffee, too, and a gallery showcasing local artists. WHAT Sure, the tamales from every region of Mexico and Central America are wonderful, and yes, the café is a vividly colorful community center, but this nonprofit is [...]

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La Caridad

WHY The media noches (Cuban sandwiches made on eggy bread that’s just a little sweet) just might be the best in the city. WHAT This Filipinotown hole-in-the-wall features a Formica countertop and an ancient iron stove where sandwich magic is regularly performed: The classic cubano sandwich is composed of fresh-roasted pork piled on enormous slices [...]

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Los Angeles International Tamale Festival

WHY A fun, free street festival with local bands, kids’ amusements and lots of tamale making, tasting and gorging (during the tamale-eating contest). WHAT An upstart competitor to the big Indio tamale fest, this is a smaller, more personal one that’s centered around Mama’s Hot Tamales Café on the edge of MacArthur Park. Mama’s is [...]

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Brooklyn Bagel Bakery

WHY Properly boiled and hearth-baked bagels, more compact and pleasingly dense than most in town, made fresh all day. WHAT Between Downtown and Koreatown lies one of L.A.’s most New York of businesses, a busy bakery with an equally busy retail outlet. Try the blueberry or the poppyseed, and don’t miss Bagel Happy Hour (3 [...]

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Tommy’s

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WHY For the chili burger and chili dog that have captivated three generations of Angelenos. WHAT It’s a rite of passage that every self-respecting young Angeleno experiences—drink too much, stay out too late, and then go to Tommy’s at 3 a.m. for a greasy chili burger. We prefer the chili dog, but we’re getting too [...]

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Langer’s Deli

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WHY The best pastrami on rye in Southern California; very good corned beef, too. WHAT Langer’s is so beloved that the city named the intersection of 7th and Alvarado Langer’s Square—and Metrolink put a subway stop right across the street. The subway furthers the happy feeling of a proper New York deli, from the vinyl [...]

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