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There are closets in Beverly Hills that have more square footage than Bánh Mì My Tho, but this Alhambra Vietnamese sandwich shop makes far, far better use of its...
419 N. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036Critics' PickSlideshowImage
Based at its Fairfax District location since 1953, the landmark Jewish restaurant has been a classic rock & roll hangout since the 1960s. Matzo ball soup and...
3600 W. Sixth St.
Los Angeles, CA 90020-5004Critics' PickSlideshowImage
The original Cassell's was opened in 1948 by Al Cassell. Cassell was famous for a few things, most notably his burgers cooked on a crossfire broiler. For many...
Known for its famous French dip, Cole's is in the heart of downtown, next to The Association. The french dip sandwiches are truly something to marvel over and...
You could put a "brunch" sign up over a cell-phone store in Santa Monica and a line would probably curl around the block. But Sunday mornings at Huckleberry, the...
A converted burger joint saturated with the smell of wood smoke, red roof gleaming in the late-afternoon sun, Oinkster is the child of Max chef Andér...
1001 N. Alameda St.
downtown, CA 90012Critics' PickBest OfImageEssentials
Philippe the Original is billed as the birthplace of the French dip sandwich, and there’s no doubt that’s quite an achievement (though if you ask the folks over...