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America's birthday is one of the best eating days of the year. Here are a few suggestions for how to have the tastiest July Fourth in L.A.

"Pulled Pork Sando," corn on the cob, watermelon and spare ribs from Barrel & Ashes; Credit: Jakob Layman

“Pulled Pork Sando,” corn on the cob, watermelon and spare ribs from Barrel & Ashes; Credit: Jakob Layman

Here's Where to Buy Your July 4th Take-Home Feasts

Want to feast on the Fourth of July? Of course you do. Want to do all the cooking yourself? Of course you don't. So have your hootenanny catered!

Read the full L.A. Weekly article here.

Credit: Chris Sorge/Flickr

Credit: Chris Sorge/Flickr

Barbecues, Fireworks and Patriotic Eclairs: Where to Eat in L.A. on July 4

There are plenty of restaurants in L.A. hosting Fourth of July events and offering Independence Day specials, and a few of them are even positioned so you get a sweet fireworks view.

Read the full L.A. Weekly article here.

Coconut bowl at Helados Pops; Credit: Danny Liao

Coconut bowl at Helados Pops; Credit: Danny Liao

The Best Ice Cream in Los Angeles

Though some might try to make the case that ice cream is a dessert best suited to winter (high calories equal higher body heat, or at least that's what Benjamin Franklin said), almost everyone associates it with summer.

Read the full L.A. Weekly article here.

Cassell's burger is a thing of simple beauty.; Credit: Anne Fishbein

Cassell's burger is a thing of simple beauty.; Credit: Anne Fishbein

10 Best Burgers in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a burger town. The cheeseburger was arguably invented here (on the Pasadena/Eagle Rock border), and we've spent the last 90 years perfecting the form.

Read the full L.A. Weekly article here.

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