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This Vietnamese restaurant has two tasty mainstays: roasted crab and garlic noodles. You’ll be smelly and incapacitated afterwards, so plan accordingly.
Much of the menu (besides the abundant tea selection) can be made vegetarian, vegan, and/or gluten free. Not sure what’s left after that? Welcome to LA.
Yes, you’re heading to a strip mall, but there you’ll find authentic Cuban food. It’s family-owned and operated, so there’s a little something extra.
If you know this chain, you know it’s part restaurant, part homo sideshow. And it WeHo, your big ass burgers and margaritas are served with an extra side of gay.
A luscious, beautiful environment with French-American food with Asian highlights that says “I want to be more than FWB and I’m willing to pay for it.”
Brazilian, with a range of foods—and not just meats. As this is a place to be seen, the wait staff is often full of pretty boys that look better than they serve.
French bistro (B) meets American steakhouse, Chef Laurent Touronde (LT) brings his New York brand to LA and it all turns out well done.
Better for breakfast and brunch if you’re feeling a bit peckish. The service is lacking, but sometimes all that matters is a full stomach.
Japanese cuisine with Argentinean influences against an exquisite backdrop. Very exorbitant, so if someone invites you to this ravishing place, you better put out.
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