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The Best Sandwich Shops In LA
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The Best Hot Chicken In LA
13 spots to sweat, maybe cry, and enjoy some spicy chicken.
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LA’s 40 Best Sandwiches For Takeout And Delivery
Where To Eat When You Just Want A Sandwich
16 places where the only thing that matters are the sandwiches.
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Dave's Hot Chicken
Dave's Hot Chicken used to be one of the better Nashville-style hot chicken spots in LA, but those days are long gone.
Ggiata West Hollywood
Ggiata is the best sandwich shop in West Hollywood. Plan accordingly.
Howlin’ Ray's Pasadena
Howlin' Ray's second hot chicken shop in Pasadena is a bigger, better version of the chaotic Chinatown original.
Open Face Food Shop
Open Face Food Shop is all about bringing fresh produce and Danish delicacies to West Adams. It's perfect for a casual weekend brunch.
Konbi Ni is an all-day breakfast and lunch concept serving French-Japanese dishes in Echo Park.
Heritage Sandwich Shop
Heritage Sandwich Shop is a daytime cafe in Long Beach serving some of the best handheld meals in the neighborhood.
Bodega Park isn't really a bodega—it's an excellent sandwich shop in Silver Lake.
While FOOD Lab manages to get its fair share of eye rolls from people when suggested as a lunch spot, by the counter you will find the following types of gummies – worms, bears, sours, letters, melons, and peaches. And to us, that makes the place entirely bear-able. That’s a gummy bear pun.
Larchmont Wine and Cheese
Larchmont Wine & Cheese continues to make some of our favorite sandwiches in Los Angeles - make sure to get there early.
Mendocino Farms makes delicious sandwiches. We just wish the place didn't feel like such a whitewashed chain. The food is good - just get it to-go.
At Kismet Falafel in Grand Central Market, you’ll find falafel like you’ve never seen it before.
Eat This Cafe
A casual, order-at-the-counter spot for all the hungry actors roaming around Theater Row.
The Farm of Beverly Hills
A Beverly Hills lunch staple, perfect for reality show power lunches.
Monte 52 is a fantastic sandwich counter in the back of a convenience store in Highland Park.
Trencher is quietly dishing out some of the best sandwiches on the Eastside.
Torta Movil is a Mexican food truck in South Central LA with great meat-filled and vegan tortas.
An all-day coffee and gelato cafe by the Angelini Osteria family.
Eastside Market Italian Deli
Eastside Market Italian Deli in Downtown LA is an old-school Italian deli serving up some of our favorite and messiest sandwiches.
A Westside bakery with pastries that shouldn’t be missed.