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After almost writing it off, Jonathan Gold thinks Auntie Em's is quite possibly the grooviest place in Eagle Rock: He didn't love it at first, but goes back (swayed by a free basket of farmer's market goodies) and enjoys it for what it is. "Sometimes, Auntie Em’s feels less like a restaurant than it does like a house party gone slightly out of control, plates filled with Cobb salad scrambles, BLT sandwiches with sprouts, impossible concoctions of cheddar grits and andouille sausage, or open-face breakfast sandwiches piled with Gruyère, meatloaf, salsa and eggs — food that seems occasionally less put together by a cook than grabbed out of a well-stocked fridge." [LAW]

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