A Visual Tour of Mh Zh in Silver Lake

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Aside from the hours-long line for Howlin' Ray's, the most easily derided wait for a table (or stool) in L.A. these days is the one being endured by the crowd at the door of Mh Zh. Don't have time to wait in line? Let us show you what you're missing … Read Besha Rodell's full review.

Photos by Anne Fishbein.

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