It’s fun to go to Don Antonio’s with a big group and eat in what feels like an underground cave even though there aren’t really any underground caves in Los Angeles. You’ll probably end up eating too many chips before the food comes out, but that - and the margaritas - are all part of the experience. Everyone seems to like the super burrito, but we recommend a combination plate involving enchiladas, crispy tacos, or chile rellenos.
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The Apple Pan
The Apple Pan is an LA institution serving up no-frills, old school burgers in the best space in town to eat them.
En Sushi in West LA has a modern space and a giant combination sushi platter worth knowing about.
Shunji Japanese Cuisine
Shunji’s omakase will cost you, but it’s worth it to try the different fish varieties and crazy things they do with vegetables.
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Mirame is an inventive Mexican restaurant in Beverly Hills that is highly worth the price tag.
Tito’s Bakery is our go-to for Mexican baked goods in Long Beach - but their burritos are even better.
Los Guichos is an all-day, cash-only taco truck in South Central, serving some of the best al pastor we’ve ever had.
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La Cabaña Restaurant
Mexican restaurant La Cabaña is a Venice landmark with huge burritos and a killer back patio.
When it comes to old standbys, El Coyote is about as accurate as that term gets. Come here for the drinks, the history, the atmosphere, the conversation, and inevitably, the sloppy walk home.
Teddy’s Red Tacos
Teddy’s Red Tacos in Venice is the third outlet of the fantastic red beef birria tacos mini-chain.
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