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Where to Eat in Los Angeles

Bouchon Bakery
Beverly Hills
Joan's on Third
Los AngelesGourmet marketplace & cafeReview
Magee's KitchenLos Angeles (at The Original Farmers Market)Great corned beef sandwich, The best red sauced chicken enchilada!!!, First restaurant located at the Farmers Market
MilkLos AngelesHomemade Ice Cream!, Ice cream bars & cakes, Lunch, Dinner
Philippe the OriginalLos AngelesFrench dip sandwiches, Since 1908
Pizzeria MozzaLos AngelesLunch, Dinner , Small parties, Gourmet, Reserve well in advance
Randy's DonutsInglewoodThe "hollywood" of donuts, Maple glazed was our fav.Review
Roscoe's House of Chicken & Waffles
Multiple LA locations
Ok food but at least we can say, "we've had chicken & waffles at Roscoe's"
The Griddle Café
HollywoodBreakfast, Lunch, Small parties, Must experience outrageous pancakes & french toast, A hint of Mary Poppins will lead you to a secret menu item-talk to your waiterReview
The Original Farmers MarketLos Angeles (near The Grove)Multiple restaurants
Tito's Tacos
Culver City
Order the Tacos! If you don't notice the perfect shred of the beef, it's moisture and flavor, you're eating too fastReview

Where is your favorite place to eat in Los Angeles? Let us know in the comments!


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    Johnnie’s Pastrami
    Sandwich Place, Burger Joint, and American Restaurant
    4017 Sepulveda Blvd. (Washington Blvd & Washington Pl), Culver City, CA 90230

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