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Lazy Ox Canteen

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WHY To pretend you’re in Barcelona, or the East Village, or maybe Berkeley, if only for an evening. WHAT On the edge of Little Tokyo, in a no-frills, noisy modern pub, chef Josef Centeno turns out food that will make you think you’re not in L.A. anymore. Every night brings a different main course served [...]

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Cookbook

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WHY You’re feeling nostalgic for Drucker’s Store from Green Acres. WHAT A tiny, well-edited neighborhood mercantile selling gourmet pantry items is hard to find outside of Brooklyn or the Bay Area, but now Echo Park has Cookbook. Each week a changing selection of takeout foods centers around a featured cookbook—or buy the book and the [...]

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India Sweets & Spices

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WHY The large selection of rice, teas, frozen items and all the ingredients to make a world-class curry from scratch. WHAT Take a trip to India by way of Los Feliz or Canoga Park, exploring the rows of unusual chutneys and well-priced spices, then noshing at the popular vegetarian cafeteria—it’s known for its house-made sweets, [...]

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Hana-Ichimonme

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WHY Champon, a robust, spicy broth with seafood and lots of noodles. WHAT This Little Tokyo warhorse has been turning out good, inexpensive ramen for years, and it’s still going strong, despite the decline of the little mall it’s in. A handy spot for a quick bite Downtown. WHO Japanese-American regulars and Downtown partiers looking for [...]

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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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Izakaya Haru Ulala

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WHY Tasty dishes to accompany sake or beer: noodles, yellowtail with daikon, slow-cooked Kurobuta pork belly, shiitake tempura and robata-yaki, served until midnight during the week and 2 a.m. on weekends. WHAT Whimsical menus written in crayon set the tone at this casual space dominated by a U-shaped counter around the open robata-style kitchen, where [...]

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Pollo Campero

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WHY So legendary that food historian John T. Edge included it in his seminal book, Fried Chicken. WHAT Forget the Colonel and check out this branch of the Guatemalan chain famous for its achiote-pepper-crusted chicken. Biscuits, slaw, fried plantains and a nice salsa bar round out the accompaniments. WHO Guatemalan ex-pats happy to no longer [...]

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Elf

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WHY Homey vegetarian fare (mac ‘n cheese, vegetable tarts, tagines) served out of a tiny, charming Sunset Boulevard storefront. WHAT The owners of this candlelit chocolate box of a café are folk musicians who turn out organic fare with a retro feel from a minuscule kitchen. Mediterranean-inspired vegan and vegetarian dishes (roasted tomato-feta tarts, kale [...]

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Teresita’s

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WHY Wonderful, traditional Mexican cooking: goat stew on weekends and always-good daily specials, like albondigas on Monday, pork ribs in chile negro sauce on Wednesdays and pozole on Fridays. WHAT This East L.A. landmark family restaurant serves simple, very good home cooking. Weekend breakfasts are worth rolling out of bed for. WHO Politicians and police [...]

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Auntie Em’s Kitchen

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WHY Open-faced breakfast sandwiches, the grilled steak salad and spectacular cupcakes, scones and brownies. WHAT This funky and fetching retro-American roadhouse features delicious modern-diner cooking. For breakfast, try an open-faced egg sandwich topped with bacon, Cajun turkey sausage or portobello mushroom and roasted red peppers. For lunch, the tuna salad sandwich and the grilled-steak salad [...]

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