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Best hangover meal in LA?


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Best hangover meal in LA?

Clare K | | Feb 8, 2007 09:22 AM

Went to Opus last night for another incredible meal (I know you posters have read your share of Opus reviews so I leave it at squab, milk-fed poussin, crab salad w/ savory pistachio pudding, oxtail and bone marrow ravioli, hamachi sashimi and a few more things - all outstanding!). Drank too much wine. The headache this morning begged to inquire, "What is your favorite hangover meal in Los Angeles?"

I know I won't get to any of your suggestions today but I will keep the list for future reference. I'll start:

+Carnitas and cochinita pibil tacos at Yuca's in Los Feliz

+Biscuits and gravy at Eat Well in Glendale

+Western Bacon Cheeseburger with Criss-cut fries at Carl's JR (but I will redeem myself by saying I haven't had one in YEARS)

+A big plate of stewed goat meat with all the fixings at Birrieria Chalio in Alhambra

+The lamb bolognese at Pete's Cafe in downtown (I am a sucker for pappardelle pasta of any kind)

+The chilaquiles with scrambled eggs at Camillo's in Eagle Rock

+The sausage and egg crossaindwich with bite-sized hash browns at Burger King. Yes, I said Burger King. It's eggy, cheesy, greasy goodness with a side of crispy stuff. It works.

+The carnitas burrito at the Mexican bakery on Walnut Avenue in San Gabriel by the railroad tracks. Been going there since I was a kid but I cannot remember the name...we always just called it "The Mexican Bakery."

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