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Salted Eats teaches you how to cook LA's best dishes

The new delivery service launches next week.

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Amboy

Filipino food comes to Chinatown.

Time Out says
  • 3 out of 5 stars
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Officine Brera

A grandiose Italian restaurant lands in the Arts District.

Time Out says
  • 3 out of 5 stars
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Otium

This isn't your average museum restaurant.

Time Out says
  • 3 out of 5 stars
Users say
  • 5 out of 5 stars
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Santa Monica Yacht Club

Bust out your boat shoes.

Time Out says
  • 3 out of 5 stars
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Where to eat in the San Gabriel Valley

Dim sum, pho, Taiwanese specialties—this list has it all.

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The best restaurants in Downtown LA

Cheap ramen joints in Little Tokyo, Spanish tapas near L.A. Live—here are the best Downtown dining spots.

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The best outdoor dining in LA

Lunch with a side of sunshine.

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All of the food at IKEA Burbank, ranked

Find out where Swedish meatballs ended up on the list.

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The 8 coolest retro diners in LA

There's just nothing like a great diner.

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The best restaurants in Los Angeles

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Seafood

Dive into LA's best seafood restaurants.

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Sushi

LA has the best sushi in the country, hands down.

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Tacos

Take a tour of the best tacos in the city.  

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Sandwiches

Check out the best sandwich shops and sandwiches in town. 

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Diners

Nothing genuinely channels the past like LA’s finest retro diners.

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Mexican

LA's best Mexican restaurants satisfy your South of the Border cravings.

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BBQ, Blues & Brews

Begin your workweek in Southern style while feasting on comfort food, sippin' on a cold one and listening to live blues at Baltaire's BBQ, Blues & Brews series every Monday night. Executive chef Travis Strickland presents a menu of finger-licking dishes like jalapeño cornbread with bourbon pecan butter, blue cheese fondue dip with housemade salt & vinegar chips, and the Southern burger with ramp aioli and smoked onion jam. Seating is first-come, first-serve and only available in the bar and lounge, so come early and plan on leaving with a Southern drawl.

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Katana Red Sun BBQ

Groom your palate for summertime this year on the Sunset Strip at Katana's 14th annual Red Sun BBQ. Every Sunday from now until Labor Day, the Robatayaki eatery will turn up the atmosphere on their outdoor patio with a special BBQ menu, featuring savory delectibles from garlic butter scallops to Kobe beef platters, in addition to speciality flavor-packed cocktails. Treat yourself to a three-course menu at $35 per person, supplemental a la carte bites and a well-deserved buzz, while tuning into a rotating roster DJs. The exclusive BBQ menu and tunes will be available on the patio every Sunday from 6 to 11pm.

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Providence Celebrates 11th Anniversary with New Tasting Menu

Sustainable seafood crusader chef Michael Cimarusti is ringing in 11 years at his wildly successful restaurant, Providence, with an exclusive four-course tasting menu. From Tuesday, May 31 through the month of June, the lauded chef will turn out an evolving menu, including signature dishes like The Ugly Bunch, assorted shellfish with smoked crème fraîche panna cotta, and the wild king salmon served with miso mustard, apricot and pork belly. As a throwback to the restaurant’s year of inception, the prices will drop to those of 2005 (an homage highly welcomed by our wallets). Score a table at $90 per person and toast the 11th anniversary of this LA staple with a glass of bubbly.

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Casa Vega's 60th Birthday

We're not saying Taco Tuesday is losing its touch or anything, but Thursdays are about to get a whole lot more interesting. Sherman Oaks mainstay Casa Vega is celebrating its 60th birthday with a tacos and tequila special every Thursday from now until June. Night owls (the promotion kicks in at 11pm) who order house specialty "The Boss" margarita ($13.50) can pair it with a 60 cent grilled chicken taco, a classic duo. The best part is, there is no limit to how many margaritas and tacos you can handle. Cheers!       

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Grand Central Market Summer Nights

Summer Nights at Grand Central Market launches this summer by expanding their hours every evening until 10pm. Along with special programming, visitors can expect live music, evening menu specials, a massive happy hour and free shuttle service to destinations like Disney Hall, the Music Center, Orpheum Theatre, the Theatre at Ace Hotel and other entertainment venues. Under ambient evening lighting—whatever that means, though we're guessing there will be a blue hue permeating throughout the space—most of the market's vendors will remain open until the very end, with some spots like Belcampo Meat Co., Knead & Co. Pasta Bar, DTLA Cheese and McConnell's Fine Ice Creams offering exclusive nighttime menu items. Various programs will occur throughout the week: Trivia Tuesdays,Horse Thief Movie Wednesdays, Drag Queen Bingo on the first and third Thursday of the month, and DJs and live music every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 

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Los Angeles Bread Festival

Basking in its second year of carb-filled glory, the Los Angeles Bread Festival is descending upon LA’s Grand Central Market for a two-day tasting fest of unabashed bread guzzling. We can already smell the loaves fresh out the oven. Try one-time-only menu offerings from GCM’s staple vendors like cornbread from Horse Thief BBQ, flatbread specials from Madcarpa, handmade tortillas from Chiles Secos and “butter flights” from DTLA Cheese (the perfect pairing to your burgeoning bread basket). The food fest will also house a pop-up marketplace showcasing local SoCal makers like Grist & Toll, Superba Food + Bread, Antigua Artisan Bread and Spread the Love. Basically, a smorgasbord of bread wizards and jam and nut butter purveyors. But there's more than just eating going down at GCM this June. The festival is welcoming a host of how-to workshops like "Feel the Churn Butter Aerobics" and Sourdough Starter 10.  

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