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Barney Greengrass

WHY For one thing: smoked fish. WHAT As a deli, we’ve found better. But the quality of the smoked fish (sturgeon, salmon, sable) is A-number-one. Get a platter for your next party and be prepared for happy guests. WHO The rich, the beautiful and the smoked-fish-obsessed rich and beautiful. Barney’s, 9570 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, [...]

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Dish Factory

WHY Sixty thousand square feet of china, glassware and new and refurbished heavy-duty cooking gear, all at unbeatable prices. WHAT This restaurant-supply warehouse is open to the public, and it’s developed a loyal following for its dishware and flatware—firsts and seconds, all at great prices. Also notable is the very good glassware at 35 to [...]

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Super Home Mart

WHY Fun, often bargain-priced Asian and American tableware and kitchen goods in a central Chinatown location. WHAT Attractive, festive and practical housewares are the draw here, and the prices can’t be beat. You’ll find Chinese stuff, of course, from woks to steamers, but also Japanese sake sets, Italian coffeemakers and much more. Particularly good tableware [...]

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Rafu Bussan

WHY For Mac knives, gorgeous Japanese tableware and clever kitchen gear, sold by incredibly nice people. Watch for the twice-yearly sales. WHAT For a gift to please your food-loving friend, head to this wonderful store, where you’ll find tableware, bento boxes, tea sets, cookbooks, sushi knives, bowls, cooking gear and more. A fun place to [...]

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L.A. Wholesale Produce Market

WHY For fresh, often very high quality fruits, vegetables and flowers at wholesale prices. WHAT Get up really early (or stay up really late) and bring cash to shop at ground zero for L.A. produce—everything from mass-grown romaine to organic, small-producer blenheim apricots. Make sure to check out Davalan, which has some of the best [...]

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Mitsuwa

WHY The same great selection of Japanese foods as its siblings but with a huge 15-store food court/retail center next door. Pick up Japanese cosmetics, books or pottery and stay for dinner. There’s even a fast-food Chinese restaurant (go figure). Did we mention the complimentary valet parking? ; WHAT Everything you need to stock your [...]

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Holland American Market

WHY Come for the wooden shoes, stay for the sambal oelek. WHAT You could come here for the Dutch groceries (cheeses, herrings, pastries) that the name promises, but the bigger draw for many shoppers is the enormous stock of Indonesian foods. Bumbus (spice bases for curries) and chile-based sambals are on display, along with other [...]

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Koreatown Galleria Market

WHY Paradise for Korean food-lovers and cooks, right in the middle of a glitzy shopping mall. While you’re in the mall, check out Ho Won Dang, which sells special-occasion cookies. Try the tiny yellow cookies (their color comes from pine tree pollen) and the crisp, fried cookies coated with crushed pine nuts. WHAT It’s worth [...]

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Bombay Spiceland

WHY Think of it as the Dal House—the variety of beans and lentils is extraordinary. WHAT For a no-frills, warehouse-style Indian grocery store, Bombay Spiceland is amazingly well stocked. Whether you’re looking for turmeric root, medicinal neem leaves, Bollywood’s latest video rental or a phenomenal selection of dals, the beans and lentils central to Indian [...]

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Selam Market

WHY Neophytes can get a taste of the authentic Ethiopian culinary experience, and seasoned cooks can find exactly what they need (including three kinds of cardamom and green coffee). WHAT The meats are cut specifically for Ethiopian dishes, and the spice blends—including berberé, awazé and Nit’kr k’ibé spiced butter—are made in-house. Also on offer in [...]

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