As soon as Fritzi opened in the Arts District, it immediately became the casual order-at-the-counter spot the neighborhood needed. No crazy lines or aggressive shtick, just a fun chicken-focused restaurant with good food (their rotisserie chicken can’t be beat) and a laid-back atmosphere that’ll get you in and out in under a half hour. Bonus: If you’re drinking next door at the Arts District Brewing, you can order anything off the Fritzi menu from there as well.
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Ray's & Stark Bar
Ray's & Stark Bar is the ground floor restaurant of the LACMA and solid place to grab some food before staring at some art.
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The Juice Parlor in North Hollywood is a tiny, order-at-the-counter shop with acai bowls actually worth driving for.
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