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  • 3578 Hayden Ave.
    Culver City, California 90232
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    Jordan Kahn's Destroyer follows a new set of rules that seem contradictory to the idea of success and longevity but might just be the future of restaurants: Pick...

  • 317 S. Broadway, Stall D-1
    Los Angeles, CA 90013
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    It was an idea so elementary, it’s hard to believe it was revolutionary. Maybe someone ought to make breakfast with the same care and creativity that chefs...

  • 4630 Hollywood Blvd.
    Los Feliz, California 90027
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    Go Get Em Tiger is a fairly sparse operation. It shares a wide, wooden patio with a new location of McConnell's Fine Ice Cream, but the shop itself is nothing...

  • 5904 N. Figueroa St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90042
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    It would be hard not to love Kitchen Mouse, a café in an old Highland Park storefront that does the shabby/cute/almost vintage thing very, very well. All the...

  • 720 N. Virgil Ave.
    East Hollywood, CA 90029
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    The story of Sqirl has been told so many times over, its little-toast-shop-that-could narrative is practically a fable these days. Articles have been written...

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