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Le Petit Café

WHY Honest fare at great prices: pourquoi pas? WHAT So many restaurants claim to be a neighborhood bistro these days, but it’s a shock to actually find one. Le Petit Café is the real deal, with chalkboard-toting waiters, tiny bistro tables topped with Provençal linens and fine, straightforward bistro food at surprisingly good prices. WHO [...]

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Hakata Sushi & Sports Bar

WHY Riki’s lobster roll—stuffed with rich tempura-fried lobster and drizzled with a sweet, creamy sauce—just might be the best non-dessert dessert in town. WHAT Don’t run when you spot the plasma TVs and beer ads hanging overhead at this quirky hybrid sushi restaurant and sports bar. Stay clear of the drab teriyaki and combo plates [...]

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Hama Sushi

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WHY Inventive sushi rolls and exuberant chefs. (If you stay until closing, you’ll get to hear them belt out Hotel California, perhaps accompanied by a few well-served patrons.) WHAT One of the nation’s first sushi restaurants, Hama has been hot since 1979, combining a flip-flops-friendly atmosphere with fresh, carefully prepared sushi, sashimi and cooked Japanese [...]

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The Galley

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WHY A crooner’s jukebox, a nostalgia-inducing menu and lighting dim enough to make you fall in love with the person across from you—and with this old-school steakhouse—all over again. WHAT Santa Monica’s oldest restaurant/bar has been a local treasure since it opened in 1934. Regulars love the martinis with mermaid toothpicks, along with the steaks, [...]

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Fountain Coffee Room

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WHY To treat a special kid or grandkid to waffles or a big ol’ ice cream sundae, but only if your wallet isn’t easily offended. WHAT Dripping with old Beverly Hills panache, this 20-seat 1949 diner counter is overpriced, of course, but you’re paying for the setting, and it’s a great one. Splurge on the [...]

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Paty’s

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WHY Because breakfast is served all day, either out on the patio or in among the photos of celebrities, some of whom actually come here. WHAT An all-around good vintage coffee shop, no more and no less. You can hang out on the patio or in a booth with a screenplay and some scrambled eggs, [...]

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Millie’s

WHY Famous for the Devil’s Mess egg dish, but also good for biscuits, gravy and healthier alternatives like spinach, pine nuts and eggs. Try the chipotle grilled cheese at lunch. WHAT The tiny Silver Lake diner has been sort of a punk rock commissary for some 25 years and was a real diner for 40 [...]

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Robin’s Wood-Fire BBQ

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WHY When the ‘cue zealots start debating who does it best, Robin’s usually ranks among the finest. WHAT There’s Pabst Blue Ribbon on tap, a kitschy Americana décor and a swell lineup of side dishes (blueberry cornbread, pecan cole slaw) but those are just supporting players to the deservedly popular meats, smoked over mesquite and [...]

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Phoenix Inn

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WHY Top-notch ingredients and consistently high quality cooking. Try the boneless chicken, a deceptively simple but fabulous chicken-soy stir-fry. WHAT Cantonese cooking is the house specialty, and hearty dishes like lo mein and spareribs with salt and pepper are particularly good. Bonus fun fact: Local legend says this place is haunted by a woman ghost [...]

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Wahib’s Middle Eastern

WHY Great specials, fantastic hummus, fresh baklava and slightly lower prices for takeout. WHAT This workaday warehouse of Lebanese and Armenian food features a large dining room with banquet-style tables and murals on the wall. It’s open for breakfast, has a bakery and offers great specials off the beaten kebab-and-falafel path, including crunchy fried frogs’ [...]

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