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Los Angeles Area

Find the best restaurants, bars, coffee shops, ice cream, and more in LA and its surrounding areas. We also have tags for many of the individual cities in the region, which you can browse here.

LA's 'Cafe Gratitude' and Other Restaurants Offering Steep Meatless Monday Deals

Meatless Monday deals and offerings across the country show no signs of slowing. From the rollout of meatless options, like the Impossible Burger and Beyond Meat, at national fast food and fast casual...

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Lausd chocolate flying saucer cookies recipe

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by rschwartz7793 3 months ago

Does anyone have the recipe for the LAUSD Chocolate Saucer Cookies from the 60's similar to the Ranger Cookies but all Chocolate. Crunchy and Chewy, can not find recipe anywhere.

Torta - Who's the best?

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by buttdrunk 2 months ago

I've been going to a place called King Torta out in El Sereno for a couple of decades now. I've moved away from LA and now reside in north Orange County. I am wondering about a couple of things. ...

Charlie's Hideaway (Thai), Westminster

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by Heather 20 years ago

About eight years ago, my family's favorite Thai restaurant closed its doors saying it was being relocated and it has never been heard of since. Charlie's Hideaway was on Westminster Blvd, just ea...

Who remembers Arriba's in West L.A.? (It was called Arriba's, right?)

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by PaulF 6 years ago

The La Barbera's thread reminded of Arriba's. Does anyone else remember a Mexican restaurant in West L.A. named Arriba's? I'm pretty sure it was called Arriba's, anyway. (I'm bad with names.) ...

the best SANDWICH in (Los Angeles) period.

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by Rina 13 years ago

Does LA have sandwiches that are stacked mile high with roast beef or pastrami? Any tasty accompanying spreads or mouth-watering condiments that makes one crave for more... Any secret garlic sa...

Man Fook Low (Old Times)

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by aldash 7 years ago

We had a good nostalgic thread on the Man Fook Low restaurant, but I can't find it anymore on this board. They were at 9th and San Pedro St., in the old part of Chinatown, near the huge produce ma...

What Happened to Santo Pietro?

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by berrybrain 16 years ago

Ok - they shut down years ago (maybe 5?!) - but I loved it! It was on Beverly Glen in the Glen Center close to Mulholland (there was briefly one in Westwood but it closed down). It was owned by V...

Grocery Outlet - August 2020

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 3 months ago

What are you discovering at Grocery Outlet stores this month? Passing through Marin County yesterday I noticed the banner on the side of a building in the strip mall in San Rafael across from th...

Dolcezza Gelato at Whole Foods - any good??

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by SarahM 2 months ago

I noticed a new gelato at Whole Foods (on sale!) with some great flavors (Berries and Mascarpone, Stratcciatella). Anyone try it yet?? Very curious. Not crazy about the addition of locust bean gum,...

Where to buy saffron?

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by Lawrence Joe 18 years ago

Does anyone know where I can buy just a little bit to make some paella? Does Trader Joe's have any?

Op-Ed: The successful reopening of restaurants might lie in pedestrian-only streets

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 6 months ago

" . . . An innovative alternative is to temporarily close main streets to cars, and repurpose that space. That means instead of narrow sidewalks there will be plenty of room for pedestrian flow. An...

Wil Wright's macaroons

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by Tony Miller 13 years ago

The incomparable small ice cream chain in LA, Wil Wright's, used to serve wonderful small macaroons with every fountain order. My memory says they had a distinctive almond flavor, and a perfect cru...

Grocery Outlet - July 2020

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 4 months ago

What are your finds this month at Grocery Outlet? Cloverdale GO: Rosie organic chicken from Petaluma, air-chilled - wings, drumsticks and breasts available Snofrisk with horseradish, $1.99 -...

Brown's Bakery Wilshire

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by Susan S 17 years ago

Is Brown's Bakery Wilshire related to the now defunct Brown's Bakery in North Hollywood?

It’s No Longer Illegal to Serve Foie Gras in California

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 4 months ago

The California ban on foie gras has been overturned on Bastille Day. "Foie gras, the fattened liver of duck or goose, is no longer illegal to serve in California, as long as the product is com...

Pickles from The Bear Pit?

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by susannicorn 5 years ago

Does ANYONE know where The Bear Pit restaurant in Mission Hills gets their pickles? I would pay good money for a jar of my own.

Meat Lovers Get Bullish on Beef That Comes From Old Dairy Cows

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 4 months ago

" . . . A few meat producers are pushing back against the focus on young cattle. And they’re marketing their beef with the kind of descriptions that connoisseurs of aged bourbons and vintage wines ...

Vegetable crop planting uncertainties

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 3 months ago

" . . . The latest shutdown order doesn't have an expiration date, leading Shaw to predict depressed markets could last into August, as restaurants don't know when they'll be able to resume indoor ...

562 Tacos in West Long Beach?

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by Melanie Wong 3 months ago

Anyone tried this place? I only know what's in this article, and I just like the quote from the cook. “I can see when someone is biting into the taco, I enjoy it because I see that person’s happ...