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Hummus Bar & Grill

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WHY The velvety hummus, of course, as well as a toothsome array of all-you-can-eat housemade salads and side dishes for just $6 per person with a main-course order. WHAT Conversations, many in Hebrew, fill the air in this popular casual-dining restaurant, along with a near-constant slapping sound of fresh dough being formed intolaffa, a puffed [...]

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Siem Reap

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WHY A decades-old centerpiece of Long Beach’s Cambodia Town. WHAT A lot of heat courses through Siem Reap. Sometimes it’s a subtle, slow burn, other times it’s a fully loaded assault. Although the menu is large enough to accommodate a few Thai and Chinese offerings, the Cambodian classics are what keep this place relevant after [...]

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Carnival

WHY Creamy hummus, fattouch salad with crispy pita chips, kebabs and grilled quail are all well prepared. Nightly specials run to such things as an unusual okra stew with lamb. WHAT With a huge menu of Lebanese specialties as well as takeout and catering, this comfy restaurant serving the San Fernando Valley’s large Middle Eastern [...]

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Chameau Delibar

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WHY A handy place for a quick bite with a dash of modern Moroccan style. WHAT Chameau has been transformed into Chameau Delibar, and though some are mourning the flaky duck b’stilla, Delibar has its own appeal. Gourmet sandwiches and salads bear a hint of the restaurant’s Moroccan past, such as the zingy eggplant purée, [...]

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Lares

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WHY Chiles rellenos, lengua en mole and good margaritas, all at low prices. WHAT Manny Lares seems to be the main man at this family restaurant, but then there’s his brother, his two sisters, his niece…. We all cook, we all wash dishes, we all go to the bank, he says. Downstairs is a quiet [...]

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The Park

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WHY Jidori chicken, cornmeal pancakes with grilled shrimp and chipotle cream, Mexican Coke, $5 burger night, and bargain wines. WHAT One of the leaders of the Echo Park boom (it’s not evil gentrification, it’s a renaissance!), the Park is stylish in a barren, homespun way, with empty frames on stark walls and a simple patio [...]

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A-Frame

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WHY Asian, American, Latin and whatever-else-Roy-Choi-feels-like-cooking dishes intermingle in perfect harmony at this unfussy neighborhood restaurant that’s something of an indoor picnic. WHAT Whether it’s the crisp Beer Can Chicken or the cheekily named Knuckle Sandwich (a massive bowl of broth bobbing with oxtail, tendon and other unloved meaty bits), the man who invented the [...]

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The Six

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WHY With its chill vibe and entertaining concept—six choices in each category (appetizers, sides, entrées), six brews on tap and six wines by the glass—the Six fills a gaping need in the Overland-Pico neighborhood, where the mall overwhelms sidewalk life. WHAT This café-pub is a relaxed but confident departure for owners Will Karges and Jake [...]

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Royce

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WHY WeHo chic in old-money Pasadena. WHAT This glam white-on-white restaurant doesn’t look one bit like Pasadena, and we admire the Langham Huntington for pushing the envelope. (It’s always entertaining to see San Marino men in Brooks Brothers blazers trying to figure out what to do with that precious morsel of lobster that appears to [...]

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Hostaria del Piccolo

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WHY Because you can snack on squid-ink tagliolini and romanesco pizza at 3:30 in the afternoon. WHAT This casual spinoff of Piccolo in Venice may be a lot less expensive, but it has the same authentic culinary bent—think veal tongue in tuna sauce and baccala-filled ravioli. An upmarket pizza list of sauced and unsauced varieties [...]

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