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7.5

Full Of Life Flatbread

AmericanItalian

Los Alamos

$$$$Perfect For:Big GroupsLiterally Everyone

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Full of Life is where we go after checking out from our hotel, but before getting back on the road to reality. This casual flatbread spot has a big side patio with a playground for kids and lawn games for kids-at-heart, but if you’re itching to get home, do what we do and order takeout. Sunday traffic on the 101 can be hideous, but a sausage and fennel flatbread sitting in the backseat will make any road construction more palatable. 

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