What should this East Coast girl eat in LA?
I'll be in LA next week and I'm rarely on the West Coast. I'll be staying first in Los Feliz and then in Culver City. So what should I eat?
- •In-n-OutThis is long overdue.
- •Kogi@Papi's Korean Taco food truck is often cited as launching the recent food truck revolution, and rightfully so: those tacos are A++++Suggested by @Nicholas
- •SugarfishIf you like sushi 🍣Suggested by @dubstep
- •SugarfishThis sushi is so freakin' good! From one east coast gal to another: it's a must. (Also there are several locations but I figured if you're in culver city this one isn't too far plus then you can check out the pier or whatever)Suggested by @linzamauve
- •Phillipe'sAn iconic L.A. Dining spot, Philippe's is where the French dip sandwich was conceived. The food is terrific (I get the roast beef—double dipped, mac salad, pickled beets, and an iced tea.), the atmosphere is vintage Los Angeles, and it's a great place for people watching. On N. Alameda, walking distance from Union Station, Olvera Street, and Chinatown, and hasn't changed much from this picture. I was also going to suggest the Kogi truck. Track them down for sure; you won't be disappointed.Suggested by @Dashelamet
- •Gracias Madre (West Hollywood)Whether you're vegan or not, their food is pretty incredible. Fun scene, great bar and drinks, and the best guacamole ever. I swear.Suggested by @taylormorley
- •Pizzeria Mozza (mid city)Simply the best of the fancy pizza places in LA. The pizza is great but you really need to order allll of the little appetizers and the butterscotch Budino (the best dessert in LA, and this is coming from a chocoholic who normally never orders and non-chocolate dessert).Suggested by @KathleenPayton
- •Pie and BurgerThis place is great for pie and burgers, but their breakfast is the best. It's an old school american diner slinging out some of the best pancakes and bacon you can get in LA.Suggested by @EpicureanCrusader