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Brant Cox

LA Editorial Lead

Born and raised in Illinois, Brant moved to LA 6 years ago because except for Tilda Swinton, humans don’t naturally belong in winter. In his spare time, Brant enjoys tweeting about the chaos of Trader Joe’s parking lots and attending Corgi social gatherings throughout the region.

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Where To Eat & Drink In Los Alamos

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Where To Eat & Drink In Los Alamos

10 places that make “Little LA” one of the best weekend destinations in California.

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Skyview Los Alamos

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Skyview Los Alamos

Skyview is a gorgeous renovated motel in Los Alamos, complete with beach cruisers, private fire pits, and outdoor showers.

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Lo-Fi Wines

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Lo-Fi Wines

Lo-Fi is a tasting room in Los Alamos that specializes in excellent natural wines and vinyl collecting.

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Casa Dumetz Wines

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Casa Dumetz Wines

Casa Dumetz is a tasting room in Los Alamos with tremendous wine flights.

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1880 Saloon

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1880 Saloon

1880 Saloon is the bar in Los Alamos to head to for people-watching, whiskey shots, and cowboy standoffs.

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Bodega

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Bodega

Bodega in Los Alamos is the summer camp you wish you had - fire pits, hammocks, and an all-day beer and wine garden on the weekend.

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Municipal Winemakers

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Municipal Winemakers

Municipal Winemakers is a tasting room in Los Alamos that’s loved by both the community and weekenders alike.

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Full Of Life Flatbread

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Full Of Life Flatbread

Full of Life is a fun and casual restaurant in Los Alamos that’s making truly excellent flatbreads.

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Pico

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Pico

Pico is a fantastic American restaurant in Los Alamos that’s worth the drive, no matter where you live.

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Bob’s Well Bread Bakery

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Bob’s Well Bread Bakery

Bob’s Well Bread is a popular bakery in Los Alamos that’s filled with pastries, pizza, and, well ... bread.

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Bell’s

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Bell’s

Bell’s is a tremendous French bistro in Los Alamos, and the kind of place that makes you want to leave city life behind and move to the country.

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Drago Centro

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Drago Centro

Drago Centro’s Italian food isn’t going to blow your mind, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a decent DTLA dinner choice.

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