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Silverlake Wine

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WHY For a well-chosen selection at every price point. WHAT This female-friendly, no-attitude shop showcases small-production wines from all over the world. And sometimes the best wine for your occasion might be a Pacific Northwest microbrew, or even a handmade sake. Tastings are happening events; Monday brings wines paired with cheeses from the Cheese Store [...]

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Hipcooks

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WHY Casual, convivial, downright fun classes that end in a meal and are designed to help regular people learn to throw something delicious together without freaking out. WHAT Monika Reti is as much a therapist as a cooking teacher, giving planning advice and getting people to shed their inhibitions (and terror) about cooking for a [...]

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Daikokuya

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WHY For 50 cents they’ll add extra pork fat to your soup base. Need we say more? WHAT It’s not as fast as we’d like, because of the lines of ramen addicts who slow things down at peak times. But the flavorful pork broth served at this dive is worth the wait. And you won’t [...]

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Wurstküche

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WHY The perfect blend of juicy sausage, substantial-but-not-huge bun and sweet-savory onions and peppers—just the thing to eat alongside a pint or two. WHAT This industrial-hip beer garden at 3rd and Traction keeps it simple: You got your beer, your sausage and your fries. What more could you possibly need? Ranging from the classic (brats, [...]

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Broome St. General Store

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WHY Coffee, sandwiches and desserts to eat in the front yard of this old house, plus simple-chic kitchenware (new and vintage) and that quintessential Silver Lake necessity, Dude No. 1 Beard Oil. WHAT Where Zanzabelle and Freight once cohabitated is now a most fetching food-focused general store and café. You can pick up retro glass [...]

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Original Pantry Café

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WHY For the wait staff, the history and the breakfasts, served 24/7. WHAT Do we love the Pantry? Yes. Is the food really good? No. Well, former mayor Dick Riordan loved it so much he bought the place, but he likes plain, filling chow, and that’s what the Pantry has delivered, 24 hours a day, [...]

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Guisados

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WHY It’s everything a modern taquería should be in Los Angeles—adaptive and inventive yet traditional and classic. WHAT Guisados was born from the minds behind Cook’s Tortas, and here they channel the creativity of Cook’s into homey stews and braises swaddled in sturdy, rough-hewn tortillas. The menu is forever changing, but keep an eye peeled [...]

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Mohawk Bend

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WHY In a vintage, 10,000-square-foot theater space, Mohawk Bend boasts an enviable selection of craft beers and one of the nicer patios in this part of town. WHAT A slew of vegan and vegetarian dishes—like polenta with leeks and broccoli, fire-roasted artichokes and pizzas made with seitan and faux mozzarella—are seamlessly integrated into a wide-ranging [...]

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Good Girl Dinette

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WHY Vietnamese-American comfort food in a stylishly barren Highland Park café. WHAT We’re so happy that chef Diep Tran’s hip yet family-friendly spot finally started serving lunch, especially because her Grandma’s Pho, pork baguette sandwich, spicy fries and delicious curry chicken pot pie are great midday dishes. And we’re just as happy to come for [...]

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The Varnish

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WHY The closest L.A. has to a speakeasy, with a discreetly marked door at the back of Cole’s and exquisitely crafted cocktails. WHAT 1920s-style barmen, a jazz soundtrack and fresh fruit juices make the Varnish old-school—yet it’s up to date on the latest in mixology. WHO The Downtown bar-crawling crowd is youngish, but high-end cocktails [...]

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