Irv’s is a West Hollywood institution. Its original 1950’s walk-up window was sadly taken over by a terrifying outdoor lounge called Beach Nation a few years ago, but Irv’s landed on its feet at a new order-at-the-counter space just a few blocks down on Santa Monica Blvd. Good news - the burgers haven’t changed a bit. This is still your no-frills, tomato/lettuce/onion double cheeseburger and it’s still great. And at $3.10, it’s one of the best deals in town.
Irv's Burgers is permanently closed.
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Electric Owl is a mostly outdoor space on Sunset that looks and feels like a vintage train station where drinking is heavily encouraged.
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.
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Brick Burgers is a very good burger stand that pop-ups every night in a Mobil gas station parking lot in Northridge.
Jocko's is a steakhouse/diner in Nipomo that's an absolute must-stop when you're travelling the 101.
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The Father’s Office burger (in Santa Monica and Culver City) is amazing. If you don’t know that, you don’t get it.
Connie And Ted’s
Connie and Ted’s used to be the most popular restaurant in LA. Now it’s just a neighborhood spot, and so much better because of it.
Stout is a neighborhood beer and burger spot, done very well. It's not groundbreaking, but it's become a Hollywood staple.
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