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LA’s New King of Pescado Zarandeado Reigns Over a Rialto Backyard

Mariscos Los Corchos raises the bar of Nayarit-style barbecued fish in Southern California

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Burbank’s Iconic Bob’s Big Boy Is the Muse for Funko’s New $300 Collectible

The old-school diner continues to influence the billion-dollar vinyl collectible company at every turn

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Dive Into a Bangkok Feast at Hollywood’s White-Hot Thai Night Market

At Siam brings bustling Bangkok vibes, delectable food vendors, and a sense of community to Los Angeles

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Caffeinate for a Cause at This Espresso Bar on Wheels Roving LA’s Streets

Bicycle coffee bar WAFI sources beans exclusively from West African farms

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How Melrose Hill Became LA’s Hottest Culinary Boom Town

One development group’s funding and interests are transforming the neighborhood near Western and Melrose avenues into a food and cultural hub

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LA’s Award-Winning Carne Asada Taco Truck Opens a Permanent Taquería in West Whittier

Get a taste of José Morales’s Sinaloan-style tacos at Tacos La Carreta

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This San Gabriel Valley Bakery Is Bringing a Tech Startup Mentality to Cake

Enter the matrix of Bluejay Patisserie in the San Gabriel Valley, run by pastry chef Jay Chen and her software engineer husband, Ivan Lo

What to Expect From Stella, West Hollywood’s Most Exciting New Italian Restaurant

LA Food Experts Share Their Favorite Go-To Restaurants in 2023

LA’s Food Experts Discuss Their Best Restaurant Meals of 2023

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The Most Beautiful Restaurant Openings of 2023 According to Eater LA’s Photographer

Wonho Frank Lee picks his favorite restaurant designs of the past year

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Eater LA’s 10 Most-Read Stories of 2023

A Filipino buffet that brings all the diners to the yard, the dusty roadside diner that truckers swear by, and more popular stories from Eater LA

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This Busy LA Coffee Shop Flips Into a Vibey Wine Bar on the Weekends

Bakers & Baristas in Artesia transforms into an ambitious wine bar called Luka after dark

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A Soulful Bowl of Oaxacan Barbacoa Enchilada Awaits at This Colorful LA Street Stand

Roasted lamb and goat from the pueblo of San Marcos Tlapazola served at a busy Harvard Heights corner

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Get Hooked on LA’s Fanciest Filet-O-Fish Sandwich at Echo Park’s New Daytime Spot

Cult-favorite seafood pop-up Little Fish is opening its first restaurant on Sunset Boulevard

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In Koreatown, Generations of Soul

With older restaurant owners retiring, it’s up to the next generation to preserve one of LA’s best dining neighborhoods

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The Ultimate Guide to Mexican Antojitos in Los Angeles

Chalupas, elotes, enchiladas, and so many more ‘little whims’

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The Coolest Place in LA Is the 50-Year-Old Thrifty Ice Cream Factory

A peek behind the notoriously secretive factory walls of the Thrifty Ice Cream plant in El Monte

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How Two Generations of Siblings Built SoCal’s Most Successful Persian Restaurant Empire

Twin sisters Darya and Sadaf Salout maintain and grow their father Ali and uncle Shawn’s group of four Persian restaurants

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The Wild Wine Cellars of Le Chêne

Le Chêne, a 43-year-old restaurant, possesses a motherlode of vintage wine in the canyons just beyond Santa Clarita

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Some of LA’s Best Cocktails Are Hidden Behind a Bookshelf at This Valley Speakeasy

For nearly half a century, the Rendition Room’s Scott Warren has been serving some of the best drinks in town

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Inside the Magical Tiki Mirage, a Box Truck-Turned-Cocktail Bar

A converted delivery truck in Playa Vista is secretly the most invigorating new place to drink in all of Los Angeles right now

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A Long Goodbye to Animal, the Restaurant That Changed Everything in LA

How the 15-year Fairfax restaurant used offal meat and other cuts to change the way Angelenos eat today

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The Ultimate Guide to LA’s Incredible Salvadoran Street Food Market

Come for the pupusas and antojitos, stay for the iguana

Downtown’s Baar Baar Plots a New Path for LA’s Growing Indian Food Scene

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These Flaky Spiral Croissants Come From a Trailblazing Persian Baker in Pasadena

Delight Pastry’s Lily Azar took on the spiral croissant trend, but there’s more to know about this influential baker and her past in Iran

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The Courage Effect: How One Boundary-Busting Shop Changed LA’s Bagel Scene Forever

Sourdough influences, farmers market toppings, and open-faced presentations are the core traits of an LA-style bagel

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Taste the Pow! Bang! Zap! of Lao Cooking at This Hidden Spot in LA’s Chinatown

Lao food is primed for its moment, and Yum Sະlut is leading the charge

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The Late-Night Love Story of Koreatown and Vietnamese Pho

How the traditional Vietnamese noodle soup became a staple of LA’s Korean American community

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How LA’s Queer Pop-Up Scene Nourishes the Community

A new wave of queer-run pop-ups have flourished in Los Angeles, accelerated by the return to in-person events

The Husband-Wife Restaurant Duo Who Met at a Bar — And Took Over This Mid-Wilshire Corner

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Santa Monica’s Coolest New Restaurant Doesn’t Need Marketing or Even Investors

With a red-hot wood grill and strong word-of-mouth hype, Santa Monica diners are passionate about Le Great Outdoor