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Al Gelato

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WHY For red sauce-dishes like rigatoni, as well as pizza, prosciutto or meatball sandwiches and salads. The tuna sandwich and the chili have many admirers. WHAT Gelati (or the amazing coffee granita) are the endings, but the meals start with hearty pastas, soups and sandwiches. Behind the tempting, extensive gelato counter is a casual, no-frills [...]

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Homegirl Café

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WHY Fresh, modern Mexican fare with lots of vegetarian choices—and eating here supports a fantastic nonprofit. WHAT This nonprofit café and bakery teaches young women who would otherwise be drawn into gang life the restaurant business. It’s a bright space with art-for-sale and an open kitchen, which turns out tasty, healthful salads, tacos and breakfast [...]

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Julienne

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WHY Signature rosemary bread for toast and sandwiches, not one but two great bacon offerings (applewood smoked and candied) on the breakfast menu and killer chocolate-mint brownies in the dessert case. Plus fantastic takeout baskets for the plane or the Hollywood Bowl. WHAT Breakfast or lunch on the shaded sidewalk terrace fronting this impossibly charming [...]

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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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Dish

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WHY No-frills home cooking, only you don’t have to do the dishes. WHAT This is the best spot in the north SG Valley for an all-American breakfast: cornmeal johnnycakes, applewood-smoked bacon and the usual egg dishes. Lunch brings simple sandwiches, soups and salads. The Americana theme extends to the décor and the Awesome Dish Root [...]

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John O’Groats

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WHY Corned beef hash, biscuits, thick-cut bacon and pumpkin or fresh-fruit-topped pancakes. WHAT Fans line up every weekend morning (and sometimes on weekdays) for a spot at a table or the counter in this rustic-charming diner named for a village in Scotland. The food isn’t authentically Scotch (a good thing, perhaps), but the breakfasts are [...]

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Bloom Café

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WHY Organic eggs are used in breakfast dishes like poached eggs with goat cheese and smoked bacon. There are plenty of vegetarian choices, and lunches include grass-fed beef burgers and free-range chicken and apple salad. WHAT This zippy, modern café on an up-and-coming stretch of Pico draws neighborhood faithfuls for breakfasts with a healthy touch. [...]

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Du-par’s

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WHY Nostalgic charm for natives, and decent coffee-shop fare at 3 a.m. WHAT L.A.’s original Du-par’s still has the red Naugahyde booths but is brighter and prettier after an overhaul a few years back. Seen-it-all waitresses in gingham-trimmed uniforms and tiny white caps deliver huge (if overcooked) omelets, good (if not as good as in [...]

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Huckleberry Bakery & Café

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WHY Really fantastic café food: sandwiches on fresh bread, homemade soups, a perfect chopped salad, wonderful desserts. WHAT The bakery and café from the husband-and-wife chefs at Rustic Canyon, Josh Loeb and Zoe Nathan, is a place of deafening noise and recession-resistant crowds, who line up at breakfast and lunch to order pricey ciabatta sandwiches [...]

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Tender Greens Hollywood

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WHY Big salads of local provenance, and a huge, sunny patio on which to enjoy them. WHAT This always-busy outpost of the upscale cafeteria is notable for its 1,200-square-foot patio in back, as well as its roster of salads (grilled chicken Cobb; prawns with chorizo, lima beans, arugula, butter lettuce and lemon vinaigrette) and sandwiches. [...]

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