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2.5 Days in L.A. (2011)

IheatcheaseNYC | Nov 5, 201104:40 PM

With help from all of the other great posts on these boards, my husband and I have put together a comprehensive food list for our trip at the end of November, but I’d love to get some feedback, see if there are any glaring omissions, and help filling in some of the blanks. We live in New York and want to try to eat things we couldn’t normally get. We are renting a car and will travel for anything great. Thanks in advance!

Breakfast/ Brunch
Dim sum at Sea Harbor
I would love to have a healthier/ local/ raw/ smoothie type breakfast… not sure if that’s fighting too many of the basic foodie principals, but suggestions would be great

We arrive around noon, and would like to grab some great Mexican food right off the bat anywhere between the airport and our hotel in Mid-City West. Taco trucks, farmers markets, and sit down restaurants are all fine as long as the food is great (and relatively quick since I think we’ll be hungry.)
Pizzeria Mozza – is this actually better then any other good Italian/ thin crust pizza place? We love Italian food and the menu looked great, but I’m worried it’s something we could easily get at home…

Mori Sushi (at the bar)

Cheese course at either LQ@ Starry Kitchen or FIG
sprinkles cupcakes, scoop ice cream, or coolhaus (we actually have that on in NYC now but I really like it so I’m not ruling it out just yet)

Mori Sushi
11500 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064

Pizzeria Mozza
641 N. Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036

Starry Kitchen
350 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90071

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