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Café Brasil

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WHY Tasty, inexpensive Brazilian sandwiches, grilled meats, collard greens, black beans and feijoada, the famed pork stew. WHAT It’s a simple order-at-the-counter, paper-napkin café but an exceptionally charming and colorful one, with a greenery-lined sidewalk terrace and an intensely colorful dining room. There’s beer and wine, but don’t neglect the fresh mango juice or the [...]

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Real Food Daily

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WHY The Ciao Bella—roasted veggies with pesto on hemp bread. WHAT Chef/owner Ann Gentry serves enticing meat-free and dairy-free fare in her casual café. The faux Reuben and mock club try too hard to mimic their meat counterparts, so try instead the seasonal vegetables in a wasabi vinaigrette, the Yin Yang veggie salad with peanut-sesame [...]

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Chez Jay

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WHY Jay Fiondella has passed on, but his eponymous beach shack remains an oasis in a sea of gentrification, complete with a peanut-shell ‘carpet.’ WHAT This tiny shack festooned with Christmas lights is the only unchanged element amid the upscale hotels and overpriced restaurants that now dominate this strip of Ocean Avenue. Chez Jay still [...]

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Santa Monica Certified Farmers’ Market: Arizona

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WHY Harry’s Berries, Lily’s Eggs, Weiser melons, Rutiz carrots, Coastal Farms tomatoes, Cirone apples and apricots, Redwood Hill cheeses, Tenerelli peaches, McGrath beets… you won’t believe your eyes or your taste buds. WHAT One of the best and largest in the country, the Wednesday-morning market is pounced upon by the city’s best chefs, as well [...]

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Tasting Kitchen

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WHY An elegant Lucques-meets-Portland gem with an ever-changing selection of inspired, intensely flavored but not at all fussy creations, ranging from delicate market greens tossed with walnut ancho•ade to roast branzino with chanterelles. The $50 set menu has got to be one of the best fine-dining deals in town. WHAT A crew of former ClarkLewis [...]

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Churros Calientes

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WHY Do one thing and do it well. In this case, it’s churros. WHAT The food is a wash, but the churros, served warm from the fryer, are to die for. These are nothing like the Mexican churros that dominate L.A.—these are Spanish churros. They’re smaller, denser and more crisp, served with toppings and fillings [...]

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Thyme Cafe & Market

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WHY Of all the great westside hybrid café/takeout/gourmet markets that have popped up recently, this is the first that doesn’t feel like a lunchtime splurge, with most sandwiches and salads priced less than $10. WHAT Regulars come here for Chinese chicken salad with fried won tons and sugar snaps; tomato, mozzarella and pesto sandwiches; and [...]

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Santa Monica Seafood

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WHY The great retail fish market Santa Monica has long depended upon, as well as a much-needed casual oyster bar, which had been curiously lacking in this oceanside city. WHAT This longstanding market has seafood galore, of course, along with beer, wine and everything you might want to rub beneath gills and between tentacles. Skip [...]

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The Lobster

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WHY Cosmopolitan cooking without pretension, with a beach-friendly location that can’t be beat. WHAT It has every right to be a tourist trap, but this pierside seafood restaurant is anything but. Always packed and always noisy, the modern concrete-and-glass space gives diners stellar views of the sea, sky and Ferris wheel—along with a daily-changing menu [...]

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Border Grill

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WHY Designer margaritas and superb appetizers from California-cuisine pioneers. WHAT Chef/owners Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken are foodie rock stars whose first, shoebox-size restaurant City morphed into the original Border Grill. Today, TV’s ‘Two Hot Tamales’ have an empire that includes two other Border Grills (Downtown and Vegas) and Feniger’s Street. This is where [...]

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