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4 Los Angeles area restaurants that are worth a try

Eugene Adams

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Los Angeles is full of great restaurant options. Anyone who has ever visited knows that. But if you live in L.A., you know that the bigger positive is the diversity of those restaurants. 

Any type of craving can be satisfied when you live in Los Angeles. The options are endless.

Here are four restaurants that are definitely worth a try. 

Todo Bien

Mexican food is popular all over Southern California. If you are looking for some great tacos, you never have to look far. That makes it hard for Mexican restaurants to stand out, but Todo Bien manages to do just that. 

Todo Bien translates to “All good” in Spanish, and the name couldn’t be more accurate. Their tacos are some of the best around. 

If you love a deal, try coming on Tuesday. Their Taco Tuesday special includes $2 tacos all day. 

Hours:

Tuesday — Saturday: 12 pm- 9 pm

Address: 7065 W Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028

Phone: (213) 632–9445

Website: www.todobienla.com

Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen

Wise Sons makes nearly everything in-house using only the highest quality ingredients. Their pastrami is smoked for nearly seven hours, and their baked goods are all made in their offsite kitchen. 

There are plenty of great options on the menu, but my personal favorite is their OG Reuben Sandwich. The pastrami, Russian dressing, Swiss cheese, and sauerkraut is a combination that’s hard to beat. 

Hours:

Monday — Friday: 7 am- 9 pm

Saturday — Sunday: 8 am- 9 pm

Address: 9552 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

Phone: (424) 298–8205

Website: www.wisesonsdeli.com

Angry Egret Dinette

Fair warning: come ready to eat. Angry Egret doesn’t mess around when it comes to portion sizes. Each dish could easily be two meals. 

They serve delicious specialty sandwiches, tortas, and burritos. I highly recommend the McTorta. It’s a breakfast sandwich with gyro beef, fried eggs, and American Cheese. 

Whatever you choose, you can have it delivered or pick it up in-store. 

Address: 970 N Broadway Ste 114 Los Angeles, CA

Website: www.aedinette.com

Brothers Meatballs

There are plenty of great Italian restaurants around. Plenty of those restaurants serve great meatballs. 

But how many of them serve great vegan meatballs? Brothers Meatballs does just that. 

The idea for Brothers Meatballs was born out of frustration with the lack of plant-based dining options. They have succeeded in proving that plant-based food doesn't have to sacrifice taste. Their meatballs are just as good as the real thing. 

Hours: 

Tuesday — Sunday: 4 pm- 9 pm

Address: 6268 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Phone: (323) 672–8011

Website: www.brothersmeatballs.com

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