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Carmageddon Dining: Your 405 Food Dream Sequence

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Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 8:06 AM
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  • Jesse Glucksman
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Imagine if Terry Gilliam filmed a dream sequence about dining in L.A., and it might look something like this. Thanks to LA Observed, NBC and Jalopnik for this one, a shot by Jesse Glucksman of his friends, Matt and Amanda Corrigan and Barry Neely, dining on the empty 405 over the past weekend. They hopped the fence. With place settings. Do not try this at home.

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