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The novel coronavirus pandemic has affected virtually all aspects of life in Los Angeles and around the world, but especially dining and restaurants. Many places have closed either temporarily or permanently, or limited service to specific menu items or time frames. But others have chosen to continue doing what they do best: making delicious food for people while everyone is practicing social distancing and remaining at home.

Some restaurants are helping to ease the procurement of vegetables and fruit by supplying produce boxes from local farms. Others have converted their dining rooms to mini-marts and grocery stores selling pantry items and kitchen basics. Here now, a complete guide to eating in Los Angeles during the coronavirus pandemic, from LA-based cookbooks to read to beverages to drink at home.