We long ago gave up on trying to cram into Venice Beach Wines. Now we do our drinking at Whole Foods!
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For long-term or long-gone Super Rica fans who avoid the restaurant at the cost of denying themselves a great Mexican meal, meet your new alternative.
Where to find Northern Viet specialties, hot loaves of stunning tofu, and the intimidating delicacy balut in Orange County.
The once-lackluster street has seen a food revolution of its own with the introduction of Roy Choi's rice bowls and Matt Kang's coffee and ice cream shop.
Where to get kebab in Indonesian, Persian, and Lebanese flavors on Westwood Blvd.
Where to buy a Japanese smart-toilet, skewered pork belly, Samurai epics, whole sculpin, discount uni, a plush Mario doll, Japanese pastries, and arguably the town's best bowl of ramen under one roof.
Where to get James Beard Award-winning tacos, a heart-warming lunch, and an affordable Maudite on the adorable Los Feliz street.
Where to get fried potato tacos, ceviche, inexpensive pupusas, and an all-around dependable Mexican cafe in the Northeast L.A. neighborhood.
Where to find gringo tacos, tongue tortas, and a different kind of vintage French dip in Culver City.
Where to get inexpensive, dedicated sushi, homey Thai, and the Westside's best Vietnamese restaurant won Santa Monica Blvd.
Where to get a bovine super bowl of blood-infused boat noodles, a late-night bite, and morning glory salad at Thai Town's holy trinity of C-Grade restaurants.
Where to find live shellfish and sea urchin, Russian treats and beer, real Hawaiian coffee, and an old school Reagle Beagle vibe in The South Bay.
Where to get healthy-leaning mulitas, dependable Thai, cheap and thrilling tandoori chicken, and Mexican revolutionaries staring you and your burrito down in Mar Vista.
Where to find great tacos, Vietnamese-American comfort food, and an old-school pizza parlor in Northeast L.A.
Where to find Cajun seafood, Korean porridge, and molten-hot soon tofu soup with a side of bulgogi in Koreatown.
Culver City has become the new go-to grounds for great Indian cooking in L.A.
A look into great Cajun po' boys, fine fried chicken, and some sloppy barbecue served in Marina del Rey.
Three restaurant suggestions to fill your stomach beyond all points comfortable with hybrid, hot dogs, chicken and waffles, and 99-cent neck bones.
Great cheap eats options for sushi, yakitori, Japanese curry, and groceries in West L.A.
Where to get freshly squeezed juice, shrimp and mango quesadillas, pupusas, and great fries while avoiding Venice Beach's tourist traps.