Greetings from our favorite Eastside drunk food diner. Admittedly, Fred’s food is just fine while you’re sober, but after a few too many beers it reaches levels of spectacular. Breakfast sando? Jucy Lucy? Peanut Butter Malt Shake? Yes please. The vibe is retro and not in the Mel’s Diner type way that makes you die inside. Fred’s your friend who always has your back – 24/7. Underrated date move: watch a movie at the Los Feliz 3 and head here for a late-night meal afterwards.
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For such a small area, Los Feliz a lot of excellent food. Here’s where you should stop on your lazy Sunday afternoon.
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House of Pies
House of Pies doesn’t have great food, but when it comes to a piece (or two) of pie at 2am, it doesn’t get much better.
The 101 Coffee Shop
You’re not at 101 Coffee Shop because the food’s amazing. You’re here because you can eat pancakes at 2am.
The Guest House
The Guest House is a solid cafe in Los Feliz and an excellent place to get some work done.
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