At this point, if you don't know who Seth Rogen is we question your taste in movies and perhaps your overall access to them. The Canadian first invaded America in the best TV show of all time, Freaks And Geeks and then immediately transitioned into impregnating Katherine Heigl, getting high during the apocalypse, and most recently - being a sausage. In theaters August 12th, Sausage Party is the first R-rated CG animated film ever and follows the true story of a sausage and his supermarket product friends as they go on a quest to discover the truth about they existence. It's definitely not a true story, but it is hilarious. Make plans now and see it.
But when Seth isn't acting/writing/producing/directing every comedy that matters to you, he's eating. He already shared his NYC picks, and today he's sharing with us his top LA go-to spots. Check out his excellent picks below and make moves to see Sausage Party in theaters now.
"They're some of the best burgers in LA. They're simple and classic without a bunch of weird shit on them. Sonia, the wonderful woman behind the register will also draw an awesome picture on your plate, customized just for you. She's the coolest."
"I've been going here since I first moved to LA and lived about 30 feet from it's front door for about four years. The chicken tenders are dope and the grilled cheese sandwich is dope and the pastrami is pastrami, which, in general, is dope."
"This place has great Korean BBQ and they use real charcoal to cook with which is A) hard to find B) way more delicious, and C) makes your clothes smell like you were rescued from a house fire. So, maybe wear something you're not a huge fan of. "
"I've only been there with famous people. I'm not a member, and I think it's because I'm secretly afraid they won't take me. Last time I was there I saw Leonardo DiCaprio and almost shat myself he was so pretty."
"When I eat alone I usually eat pho because it's fast so I don't feel like a loser for too long. This place is great, the people who work there are awesome, and they don't use a pun in their name which is super rare in the pho industry."