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Piccolo

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WHY Seductive charm, a setting right out of Venice, Italy, and superb Italian food make it ideal for a memorable date or celebration. Just be prepared to pay for the experience. WHAT This beachside trattoria is so warm and intimate that you’ll feel like you’ve been invited to a friend’s house for dinner—a friend who [...]

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Echigo

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WHY Because sushi masters are judged by their rice. WHAT ‘No cooked stuff’ warns a hand-scribbled notice at this no-frills Tokyo-style sushi restaurant in a generic West L.A. strip mall. They’re not kidding—there’s no edamame, no California rolls, no attitude. Just Hitoshi Kataoka’s glistening, warm sushi rice topped with supremely fresh fish, plus a simple [...]

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El Puerto Escondido

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WHY Ultra-fresh Mexican-style seafood, including Happy Oysters, freshly shucked and topped with a vibrant chopped shrimp cocktail, andcaldo de siete mares, a light soup generously stocked with Alaskan crab legs, mussels and shrimp. WHAT This eastside branch of the Inglewood original serves the seafood dishes of Mexico’s Pacific Coast beach towns, and while it’s not [...]

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The Foundry

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WHY Because the food is much better than at most Hollywood scene restaurants. Extras are the good bar menu (tater tot fondue!) and the live jazz. WHAT Owner/chef Eric Greenspan may be rumpled, exuberant and sometimes annoyingly loud, but his cooking is elegant. He set out to create a destination restaurant that combines serious food [...]

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Ago

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WHY For celebrity cachet and hearty, South Beach—friendly Tuscan meals of salads followed by delicious bistecca fiorentina, flattened chicken or veal chops with rustic beans. WHAT The star power burns bright at this manly (and pricey) Tuscan trattoria, where the ingredients are good and the plastic surgery is better. WHO With co-owners like Robert De [...]

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El Taurino

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WHY Juicy carne asada burritos, tacos al pastor, famously fiery salsa roja, a divey bullfighting decor, and a 4 a.m. closing time. WHAT Some complain about the long lines and the fact that they charge 40 cents for the salsas, but this is just petulant whining. El Taurino is a gift to Angelenos, and not [...]

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Dal Rae

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WHY When nothing will do but oysters Rockefeller, prime rib and a one-man band in a tux singing Bruce Springsteen’sPink Cadillac. WHAT This landmark was founded in 1958, and inside, it remains 1958. The lobster is still being Thermidored, the bananas still flambéed, and the spinach salad still wilted. ‘Ah,’ you might be thinking, ‘that [...]

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Bhanu’s Indian Grocery & Cuisine

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WHY An incredible assortment of southern and northern Indian delicacies, potentially made as spicy as one could ever want, with some of the world’s hottest peppers grown on premises. WHAT While the restaurant also contains a grocery store, with a diverse spice selection, it is the prepared items from the kitchen served to the 15 [...]

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Aburiya Toranoko

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WHY A forward-thinking izakaya for the Downtown set. WHAT Aburiya Toranoko, it has been said, is the hip-hop equivalent of its rocking sister restaurant, Lazy Ox. It fits that description in soundtrack and style, but the kitchen hews closely to traditional izakaya cooking. There’s sumiyaki (every conceivable bit of chicken as well as vegetables and [...]

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Hunan Style

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WHY Our vote for the best Hunanese cooking in Southern California. WHAT A chile-emphatic menu offers carefully cooked Hunan dishes without the usual vats of oil. The toss-fried lamb, glowing like an electric-powered Christmas tree, is a powder keg of a dish lit up with a quartet of chile styles: fresh diced, dried whole, flaked [...]

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