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La Española Meats

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WHY L.A.’s only outpost for house-made Spanish charcuterie, plus imported oils, wines and more. WHAT Inconspicuously lodged in an industrial side street, La Española makes the most of its Harbor City location by using its warehouse space to produce excellent sausages—including five types of chorizo and two types of morcilla—as well as cured Spanish meats. [...]

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Angelo’s Italian Deli

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WHY For huge, exceptionally tasty sandwiches made from impeccable Italian cheeses, meats and seasonings. WHAT For a fast meal you won’t forget, skip Belmont Shore’s chain places and head to this tiny market and deli for a sandwich (grilled or not) filled with things like fresh mozzarella, prosciutto, turkey, broccoli, roasted peppers and fresh basil. [...]

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Azuma Izakaya

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WHY Bargain izakaya dishes served in a casual, fun setting: udon, fresh mussels, fried chicken, miso black cod and much, much more. WHAT Three grill chefs send out excellent food until midnight from a menu with at least 100 items. Sake drums and beer kegs stacked in a corner decorate the tiny dining room, which [...]

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Benley

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WHY Upscaled Vietnamese cuisine with an eye for authenticity. WHAT Stashed in a strip mall that butts up against the Orange County border, Benley is one of Long Beach’s most consistent restaurants. That’s because it has a very clear handle on the kitchen, which turns out refined and thoughtful Vietnamese cuisine: great bowls of pho [...]

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Oumi Sasaya

WHY A simple, elegant noodle house where udon reigns. WHAT Udon is the neglected noodle in the Japanese canon, often overlooked in favor of ramen and even soba. But here it’s the sole focus. Oumi Sasaya imports its wheat flour and makes its noodles daily, a difference you can taste in the sesame chicken tempura [...]

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Jongewaard’s Bake N Broil

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WHY To sit at the counter and revel in a perfect pot pie and, to keep the theme going for dessert, a piece of brownie pie with vanilla ice cream. If you can’t stay, pick up some frozen pot pies to take home, and for your next summer party, make sure to order the French [...]

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Open Sesame

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WHY For one of the most convivial, food-celebrating places in Belmont Shore, with happy groups sharing fattoush (a chopped salad), schwarma, crisp-soft fried potatoes, vegetarian platters, Belmont Brewing beers on tap and, of course, baklava. But whatever you order, just make sure you include some of those potatoes. WHAT Ali Kobeissi’s Lebanese bistro is so [...]

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New Orleans Cajun Café

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WHY A New Orleans native, the owner/chef knows how to cook Cajun-Creole food to perfection. Sit at the counter to enjoy some easygoing repartee while the cooks make mounds of red beans and rice, jumping jambalaya and hush puppies. WHAT This busy, narrow, corner café reminiscent of Louisiana’s shotgun houses serves the finest catfish you’ll [...]

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Portfolio Coffeehouse

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WHY Excellent espresso, properly foamed cappuccinos, free WiFi and a stylishly studious vibe. WHAT The hub of life in the Broadway Corridor neighborhood, Portfolio wraps around the corner of 4th and Junipero near some fun vintage shops. The back room is filled with headphone-wearing people on laptops; the front room is chattier and has PCs [...]

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El Pollo Inka

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WHY Fantastic roast chicken or the traditional saltado de pollo. Add the famed cilantro sauce and an order of plantains and you’ll be in heaven. WHAT The name may imply a competitor to El Pollo Loco, but this is actually a very sweet little sit-down restaurant with seductive and inexpensive Peruvian food, most notably the [...]

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