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Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA, and author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. His work appears nationally in the online, print, and digital video space, and you can follow him around the internet at @overoverunder. He's also the guy from that Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos video.

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LA Legend Tail O’ the Pup Is Serving Hot Dogs Once Again

The preservation-minded 1933 Group has restored the historic 76-year-old street stand to its original glory. Here’s what to find inside

Find Big Seafood Towers and Plenty of Oysters on the Sunset Strip Soon

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Seafood Sensation Broad Street Oyster Arrives at LA’s Grand Central Market

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Chef José Andrés Brings Dinner Magic Back to Downtown Los Angeles

Inside ThinkFoodGroup’s big new Downtown dining hub, where one of the world’s most famous chefs is backdropped by Spanish flavors, California produce, and the LA skyline

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Where to Actually Eat on Catalina Island This Summer

A guide to coastal LA’s magical ocean getaway, where tiki drinks and seafood platters are a permanent state of mind

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Why Can’t the Biggest Name in Fried Chicken Break Through in Los Angeles?

She’s hot chicken royalty, but Hotville’s Kim Prince is struggling to continue her family legacy

Taiwanese Superstar Pine & Crane Opens a Patio Stunner in Downtown LA

Absolute Legend Willie Mae’s Expands Its Fried Chicken From New Orleans to LA

Inside Dunsmoor, LA’s Home for Flavorful Food History

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Quentin Tarantino Takes Big, Boozy Step Towards Reopening Vista Theatre