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In-N-Out Burger Opens 1948 Replica; Pizzeria Mozza Deal

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SAN GABRIEL VALLEY—What did the very first In-N-Out Burger look like? OCR brings word that a 100-foot replica of the first ever In-N-Out is open as of yesterday in Baldwin Park (I-10 and Francisquito Avenue), replete with a Coldspot refrigerator, vintage fryers and a restored Coca-Cola cooler. Supposedly the reproduction is an exact copy of the original stand which Harry and Esther Snyder launched 66 years ago. See it in person Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. But keep in mind this is an exhibit and no food is actually served. [OCR]

HOLLYWOOD— For those who haven't dined at Pizzera Mozza in a while, now might be the time. Monday through Thursday from noon to 5 p.m. and from 10 p.m. to midnight, drop by for a Mozza pizza, glass of Bastianich or La Mozza wine, plus dessert at the totally reasonable price of $20. [EaterWire]

AROUND TOWN—It's rainy outside, thusly Jonathan Gold suggests seven restaurants to dine on pho. His choice soups are found at Pho 79, Pho Filet 2, Noodle Guy, Golden Deli, Pho Thanh Lich, Pho Huynh, and newbie East Borough. [LAT]

WESTCHESTER— Jesus Delgado, an employee at T2 Tacos, was crowned a hero after averting an attempted kidnapping on Wednesday. A nanny was walking with a four-year-old when a man snached the child. Delgado chased the perp and detained him until police arrived. [CBS]

Pizzeria Mozza

641 North Highland Avenue, , CA 90036 (323) 297-0101 Visit Website

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