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The Best Burger Money Can Buy, Il Tiramisu's Fate in Sherman Oaks, and More News

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Cassell's, Koreatown
Cassell's, Koreatown
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Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

The best burger by budget

First We Feast is back at it with a week of coverage dedicated to Los Angeles, and their first post out the door is a comprehensive guide to burgers at every price point. Beginning with the $2 range and running up into the $20 space, each dollar jump represents a new burger, whether it's the fast burger from Belcampo or the bone burger from Animal.

No more Leo & Lily in Sherman Oaks

For a time, Woodland Hills favorite Leo & Lily was planning to take over Il Tiramisu on Ventura Boulevard, but that seems to no longer be coming true. The iconic Valley address housing Il Tiramisu shows that the latest ABC license has been withdrawn, meaning there are no plans there for a Leo & Lily expansion any longer. Il Tiramisu remains open.

Bar Lubitsch celebrates 10 years

West Hollywood hotspot Bar Lubitsch has been in the game a surprising ten years already, and to celebrate the milestone they’re bringing in a handful of notable DJs and doing some half-price cocktail deals. The music runs March 9, half-priced cocktails kick off March 7 and continue through March 13.

Pie Life Pizza is back!

After a short hiatus thanks to an ownership injury (no, seriously), it looks like Pie Life Pizza is back. The Pasadena walk-up next to Jones Coffee Roasters is currently turning out some of the best slices in the city, so go ahead and enjoy.

Doctors orders, "get back to work". So I did. WE. ARE. OPEN. #pielifepizza #dontcallitacomeback

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Tacolandia returns

The annual taco party put on by LA Weekly is coming back on Saturday, June 11 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. It’s once again at El Pueblo de LA Downtown, across from Union Station, and will feature more than 100 taco vendors in all. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, with general admission costing $40.

Little Sister picks up steam Downtown

Fresh off a Jonathan Gold review, Little Sister seems to be picking up steam Downtown. The all-day space also got some love from local Gastronomy Blog, who snapped some beautiful photos and raved over the traditional thit kho.

Cassell's Hamburgers meets the Burgerists

Here's a fun little morning interlude to get you excited for lunch: The Burgerists, known for their mini-documentary on some of the country's best burgers, hit Cassell's earlier this year to put something together on the return of a Koreatown icon. In it, Christian Page talks about tradition, preparation, and the old time loyalists who return looking for a bite from the past.