Babita's:  Go down San Gabriel Boulevard, past the repeating strip malls of this part of the SGV, and you'll find, on a badly lit and oddly desolate corner, a tiny restaurant where one should not be. Open the doors to the place and you'll transition from utter doubt to instant pleasure. Here you will sit at a quiet table in a small room with few of them, in an unexpectedly formal atmosphere -- candlelight, tablecloths -- and find yourself being poured wine and served chef-owner Roberto…

Babita's: Go down San Gabriel Boulevard, past the repeating strip malls of this part of the SGV, and you'll find, on a badly lit and oddly desolate corner, a tiny restaurant where one should not be. Open the doors to the place and you'll transition from utter doubt to instant pleasure. Here you will sit at a quiet table in a small room with few of them, in an unexpectedly formal atmosphere -- candlelight, tablecloths -- and find yourself being poured wine and served chef-owner Roberto…

Authentic and Fresh Vietnamese on LA BREA nonglacafe.com

Authentic and Fresh Vietnamese on LA BREA nonglacafe.com

Lucques:    There are few dining experiences more pastoral and lovely than sharing a meal of pancetta-wrapped snapper with parsnips, a bowl of perfectly constructed herb-laden soup and a single warm apple tart in the back patio of Suzanne Goin's West Hollywood restaurant. The house-baked rustic bread and the tiny bowls of the olives for which the place is named will appear and disappear, along with the servers and the bottles of wine. If it is cold, the heat lamps will warm you, as will a…

Lucques: There are few dining experiences more pastoral and lovely than sharing a meal of pancetta-wrapped snapper with parsnips, a bowl of perfectly constructed herb-laden soup and a single warm apple tart in the back patio of Suzanne Goin's West Hollywood restaurant. The house-baked rustic bread and the tiny bowls of the olives for which the place is named will appear and disappear, along with the servers and the bottles of wine. If it is cold, the heat lamps will warm you, as will a…

Parque Las Riberas, Culiacán, Sinaloa

Parque Las Riberas, Culiacán, Sinaloa

Sardi’s restaurant on Hollywood Boulevard, mid-1930s Sardi’s restaurant on Hollywood Boulevard, near the Vine Street corner. It was only open from 1932 until 1936, when it was destroyed by fire. But while it was open, it was one of the swankiest places in Hollywood to eat. via martin turnbull

Sardi’s restaurant on Hollywood Boulevard, mid-1930s Sardi’s restaurant on Hollywood Boulevard, near the Vine Street corner. It was only open from 1932 until 1936, when it was destroyed by fire. But while it was open, it was one of the swankiest places in Hollywood to eat. via martin turnbull

North Hollywood Thai - for pad Thai with shrimp

North Hollywood Thai - for pad Thai with shrimp

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