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Food News Roundup: 8 Venice Boardwalk Restaurants, Brewery Road Tripping + Mexi-Indian Enchiladas

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Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 12:15 PM

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Eater L.A.: Eight places to eat this summer along the Venice Boardwalk.

The Healthy Voyager: A recipe for Mexi-Indian Black Bean and Sweet Potato Enchiladas.

Bon Appetit: A food-truck Venn diagram.

Finer Things L.A.: Happy hour becomes social hour at Red O.

L.A. Foodie: Despite resembling a tourist trap, Skooby's Hot Dogs are the third best in L.A.

Feed the Monster: A review of Ro Ro's in Hollywood.

Food GPS: A brewery road trip around Los Angeles and what to order at each stop.

Gawker: Could the new large-soda ban affect the sale of Starbucks frappuccinos?

Grub Street: KCRW's Which Way, L.A.? takes a look at the restaurant labor abuse argument.

Good Food: A recipe for Orange Rum Glazed Snapper.

Eatocracy: Food & Wine's Restaurant editor Kate Krader mentions some all-natural foods that could potentially be harmful to your health.

Serious Eats: German vs. American: The gummy bear battle.

Caroline on Crack: $5 truffle sliders and draft beer at Umamicatessen's new happy hour.

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