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Philippe the Original

Restaurants, Sandwich shops Chinatown
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In business since 1908, Philippe the Original claims to have invented the French dip sandwich ($7). Savvy customers select the traditional lamb or lighter turkey filling, then ask the server to double-dip the bread in the meaty juice; a French dip sandwich is also incomplete without some of the sinus-clearing house mustard. The wines by the glass aren't bad, a concession to the lunch trade from nearby food desert City Hall.

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Address: 1001 N Alameda St
Los Angeles
90012
Price: Main courses $7.
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Opening hours: 6am-10pm daily.
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