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The Trails

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WHY Fresh, simple café fare is served at picnic tables under the pine trees in Fern Dell, making it paradise for people (and their dogs) returning from a long hike. Good vegetarian choices. WHAT Had a long hike or a hard day cutting your student film at neighboring AFI? Then head to Trails to refuel [...]

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Natalie Peruvian Seafood

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WHY Peru’s Chinese influence is evident in the wonderful fried-rice dishes; also try the fried calamari and classic pescado saltado with french fries, and wash it down with an Inca Kola. WHAT This rival to Mario’s goes a little easier on the chiles but turns out Peruvian food that’s still powerfully flavorful. It’s a pleasant [...]

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Lotería Grill

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WHY Tacos stuffed with chicken mole, mushrooms, cactus or squash, huevos rancheros for brunch and stunning aguas frescas made from fresh fruits or jamaica flowers. WHAT This little stand turns out some of the best Mexican food for miles around with a creative Mexico City—style flair. For more of a sit-down meal with the same [...]

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Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles

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WHY Fried chicken and big waffles, of course. WHAT The name pretty much says it all. The original location of this small chain of gut-busting L.A. soul-food cafés, Roscoe’s is a Hollywood institution, and it’s a haven for people who can’t bear one more vegan scramble or nonfat chai latte. The fried chicken, waffles and [...]

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Chaya Brasserie

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WHY It’s an L.A. pioneer that set the standard for French-Japanese-American cooking that’s inventive but not silly. And it has a great and affordable bar menu. WHAT It’s too easy to forget about this chic bistro near Cedars-Sinai, and indeed we did forget it in our last edition. But we were sorry: It’s a quintessential [...]

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Cheebo

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WHY For a robustly flavorful, modestly priced salad-and-pizza meal after an ArcLight movie. And they deliver! WHAT This noisy, cheerful café has something for everyone—breakfast burritos, panini, chopped salads, vegan lentil soup, a kids’ menu—but we’re most partial to the rectangular pizzas. A fun spot for a casual Hollywood meal with friends. WHO A boisterous [...]

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The Mercantile

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WHY French charm and very good café cuisine. WHAT Yes, it’s owned by serial restaurateur George Abou-Daoud, but nonetheless we love this order-at-the-counter café, wine bar and gourmet market (its adjacent dinner restaurant, the District, ain’t bad either). High ceilings, vintage fixtures, sidewalk tables and nice people make the experience enjoyable, and the kitchen turns [...]

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Surly Goat

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WHY A low-key West Hollywood tavern for discerning beer enthusiasts. WHAT Ryan Sweeney opened the Surly Goat after making a splash in the local beer community with his first bar, the Verdugo. His new place has an impressive array of more than two dozen taps and a rotating brew on cask. Rare and fascinating beers [...]

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Kobawoo House

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WHY Because there’s more to Korean food than barbecue. WHAT Mimicking a Korean tavern with its charming faux country-style décor, Kobawoo serves dishes that best accompany frosty beers or soju. Its tremendous lineup of savory pancakes includes a pizza-size, seafood-stuffed one called haemul pajun. A color-drenched salad of clear acorn noodles, jangban gooksoo, comes tossed [...]

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Bricks & Scones

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WHY House-baked pastries, good sandwiches, Intelligentsia coffee, Lupicia teas and tomb-like quiet for working. WHAT With a no-talking upstairs study area and a quiet downstairs lounge, plus a leafy patio with plenty of shade umbrellas and no restriction on chatting, Bricks & Scones appeals to serious students and screenwriters as well as ladies who lunch [...]

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