It was the first edition of the handy little book, which is broken down easily by tabbed categories like "Food That's Fast", "Breakfast + Lunch" and "Gourmet To Go." The blurbs for each spot are short, sweet and to the point, breaking down the who/what/why, contact info and hours of operation on everywhere from M Café to Marukai Market.
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The 2010 edition of Eat Los Angeles will be released on December 1st, and while bigger and more comprehensive, will still keep its same $19.95 price tag. The winner of the SCIBA awards will be announced in October, at the annual banquet held at the Biltmore Hotel downtown.