Find The Best Restaurants, Happy Hours, Pot Doctors in L.A. With Village Voice Media's Free 'Best Of' App

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You can Google it. Yelp it. Even do Yahoo, Citysearch and Urbanspoon.

But if you want to get to the best in L.A., there's a one-stop app for you.

The Village Voice Media Best Of app.

If you're in L.A., the iPhone app will route you directly to the Weekly's own local Best Ofs ranging from restaurants chosen by the one-and-only Jonathan Gold to dry cleaners, happy hours and even happier hours (medical marijuana doctors). Get it while it's hot here (it's free).

The app is GPS-enabled so you get nearby results. It was developed in partnership with GoTime.

If you're out of town in New York or San Francisco, say, you're in luck too, because the app goes with you to our 14 core markets.


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