This tiny strip mall spot in West Hollywood serves the kind of giant enchilada combo platters and cheese-topped burritos that taste good any time of day. That said, they taste best at 4am after a long night out in Boystown and an ill-advised stop at Mickey’s after hours. If you’re really hungry, go for the cheese enchiladas, but otherwise, the taquitos and carne asada burrito are both delicious and easy to eat while you walk.
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Scrumptious Cafe & Bakery
Located in a tiny bungalow just off Santa Monica Blvd., Scrumptious serves a soul-curing breakfast and great house-made pastries.
Greenblatt’s is good. You can still walk in, get a hot pastrami sandwich, and walk out happy. It’s the ordeal along the way we aren’t so keen on.
Basix in West Hollywood is a very low-key neighborhood cafe that also does bottomless brunch.
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Tito’s Bakery is our go-to for Mexican baked goods in Long Beach - but their burritos are even better.
Salazar is a Mexican BBQ restaurant in Frogtown that’s gone from excellent to average in just a few short years. The patio, however, remains great.
La Casita Mexicana
La Casita Mexicana in Bell is worth the drive no matter where in the city you're coming from.
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El Compadre is an old-school Mexican restaurant in Hollywood that’s one of the best and most consistent parties in town.
Canter's is a Los Angeles classic. Come late night for a pastrami reuben and some very entertaining people watching.
When it comes to old standbys, El Coyote is about as accurate as that term gets. Come here for the drinks, the history, the atmosphere, the conversation, and inevitably, the sloppy walk home.
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