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Restaurants, Turkish Los Feliz
4 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
Photograph: Courtesy Spitz

Time Out says

Bringing Turkish street food to the city of LA, Spitz has swiftly become the go-to place for killer döner kebab. The chain is located in Los Feliz, Little Tokyo, Eagle Rock and Studio City and boasts a casual, colorful environment where you can tuck into a hefty Mediterranean place with döner, hummus, falafel and more. Make sure to order their famed Street Cart Fries, topped with garlic aioli, feta, green onion, tomato, olives and pepperoncinis.



Address: 1725 Hillhurst Ave
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Sun-Tue 11am-10pm; Wed, Thu 11am-11pm; Fri, Sat 11am-Midnight
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4 out of 5 stars

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Spitz is an awesome place to grab a quick bite or to hang for a while and people watch from the patio. The dishes are full of flavor and they have a good beer list. The only thing that is a little tough is parking, we usually start looking for a spot several streets away hoping we'll find something and not have too bad of a walk. 


Delicious food, low prices, huge portions. The Doquito is great bang for your buck - huge mediterranean taquito with a side salad that's plenty for a late night craving or light dinner


We got the basket, which is like half salad, half fries all loaded with hummus and delicious goodness!  It sounds healthier than it is but its all of the naughty fried delicious crap that you really wanted to order to begin with!  Went during the time that everyone was driving home, so we were the only ones there and they have a ton of great sitting spots.  Not sure if the price is worth the hype/food/experience...but still glad that I tried it!


Great food, and amazingly underrated. Spitz serves a stoner-y take on Mediterranean food, plus a bunch of beers on tap and...shuffleboard. I also love their spicy mango chelada. Great happy hour and one of the best under-the-radar neighborhood spots for brunch.