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LA’s Freshest Tostadas and Ceviches Arrive at This Stylish Frogtown Warehouse

This LA Fine Dining Spot Secretly Sells 1,100 Incredible Breakfast Burritos a Week

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Find a Rare Taste of Bosnian Pizza at This Orange County Strip Mall

Ervin Šabović and Adnan Silajdžić are introducing a little-known culinary pairing to Southern Californians at Sofra Urbana in Fountain Valley

Barra Santos Is LA’s New Portuguese Hangout for Snacks and Sherry

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Comedian Atsuko Okatsuka Braves LA Traffic for the Choicest Morsels in Little Tokyo

Hot off the heels of her HBO special The Intruder, Okatsuka dishes on where she likes to eat and drink in Los Angeles

After a Wave of Closures, Where Does LA’s Craft Beer Scene Go From Here?

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Highly Opinionated: An Editor’s Favorite Vietnamese Sandwich in Los Angeles

Find bánh mì đặc biệt in every corner of LA, from the bustling San Gabriel Valley to the breezy Westside and the vast San Fernando Valley

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This LA Food Truck Serves Honduran Baleadas That Are Better Than Breakfast Burritos

La Troca Catracha is LA’s only Honduran food truck, operated by two seasoned restaurant cooks

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Meet the TV Star Who Slings Pizzas in Santa Monica When the Camera Stops

What is Jay Harrington of hit CBS show S.W.A.T. doing pouring beer and bussing tables at Santa Monica’s Rock ’N Pies?

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Inside the Meandering New Dinner Destination Along the LA River

The relaxed Lingua Franca from the Wax Paper duo is now open with views of the river and its wildlife

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The Dough Is the Show at Orange County’s Coolest Pizzeria

Folks Pizzeria in Costa Mesa is a bubbly, natural wine-fueled party every day — and hundreds of customers show up and wait in line just to catch a glimpse of the action

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The Mastro’s Family Returns to Beverly Hills With a Big, Luxurious Steakhouse

The Golden Triangle gains another temple to grilled meat and pristine seafood in Steak 48

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Inside the Backroom Battle for Mother Wolf, One of Hollywood’s Hottest Restaurants

Lawsuits, trademark infringement, and corporate intrigue could derail LA restaurants like Mother Wolf and Ka’Teen, and workers are caught in the middle

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This Canoga Park Cloud Kitchen Restaurant Serves the Best Puerto Rican Mofongos in LA

Tainos comes from a first-time restaurateur and seasoned Puerto Rican chef

Inside APB, Melrose’s New Vegan-Friendly Cocktail Den

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A Secret Compton Garage Serves LA’s Finest Mexican Pastries and Bread

With six different doughs and careful handmade preparations, Pan Estilo Copala serves terrific, affordable loaves of joy

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7 Must-Try Dishes at the New Super Mario Brothers Restaurant Inside Universal Studios Hollywood

Cozy up in a booth, take in the sunny views of the Mushroom Kingdom, and dig into Chef Toad’s culinary offerings

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How Aspiring Food Vendors Land a Life-Changing Spot at Smorgasburg LA

A behind-the-scenes look at the process of becoming a vendor at LA’s most crowded weekly food event

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There’s Never Enough Griddled, Golden Brown Cheese at This Whittier Taco Spot

Tacos y Que finally opened in August 2022 after overcoming numerous setbacks

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Big Views and Baller Mexican at Sunset Strip’s New Casa Madera

The Tocaya and Toca Madera group brings a luxe Tulum-inspired coastal Mexican hangout to the roof of the Mondrian

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The Biggest LA Restaurant Stories in 2022

The best New York-style pizza in LA, the staggering troubles inside fine dining restaurant Vespertine, and more great stories from the year that was at Eater LA

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Los Angeles Indulges Itself

Avocado toast is over. This year Los Angeles restaurants were all about pizza.

Meet the Bad-Ass Asian American Bakers Reshaping LA’s Desserts Scene

This Group Is Quietly Helping Immigrant-Run Restaurants Shine Online

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This LA Restaurant Group Has the Secret Sauce to Aunty-Approved Regional Indian Cooking

Tulsi’s hyper-specialized chefs prepare dishes in a central kitchen to maintain consistent flavor, and the model is working wonders

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Why Dry-Aged Fish Is Everything Everywhere All at Once in LA

From the Joint to Providence, LA markets and restaurants are leaning into dry-aged fish and ditching the old ways of thinking about fresh seafood

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Inside the Clandestine, Milk-Fueled Ranch Parties of Southern California

A pastime of rural Mexico, a new generation of Mexican Americans is embracing pajaretes and starting the day with boozy, caffeinated, and sweetened fresh milk

Brisket and Beef Ribs Turn Heads at This New Long Beach BBQ Spot

Ggiata’s West Hollywood Italian Deli Is a Love Letter to All Things New Jersey

Famous Neapolitan L’Antica Pizzeria Debuts Big New Santa Barbara Restaurant

A Little Saigon Restaurant Stands Out in the Most Crowded Pho Market in America

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As Avian Flu Cases Soar, LA Sandwich Shops Are Going Cold Turkey

A nationwide turkey shortage is affecting sandwich shops and butcher counters across Los Angeles