This Cajun restaurant/grocery store is a great place to grab a quick sandwich and beer in Chinatown. You should focus on the po’boys - they’re made to order and come out quickly, so the only thing standing between you and lunch is choosing from the 30+ options. We’ll make it easy: get the Oyster-Fish po’boy that comes with catfish and oysters.
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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.
L.A. Brisket is a shop in Chinatown that specializes in all things barbecue - if the name didn't already clue you in to that fact.
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Darrow’s New Orleans Grill
Darrow’s is a Carson go-to for Southern staples like fried catfish, jambalaya, po' boys, and some damn good gumbo.
Sal’s Gumbo Shack
Like the name implies, Sal’s Gumbo Shack is a Long Beach go-to for gumbo. But there’s a whole menu of great Southern food, too.
Little Easy in DTLA in an aggressively New Orleans-themed restaurant, but the Cajun food here is actually good.
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Majordomo in Chinatown is one of the rare LA restaurants you’ll walk out of genuinely surprised.
A casual, neighborhood-y Tex-Mex restaurant from DTLA’s best chef. This is a spot Downtown needs.
Highland Park Brewery Chinatown
Highland Park Brewery’s second location in Chinatown is a great spot for pre-Dodger game drinks and snacks with a big group.
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