Grand Central Market’s latest addition, Moon Rabbit, is an all-around star. Inspired by boba shops in the San Gabriel Valley, Moon Rabbit specializes in teas and small snacks, like bánh mì filled with grilled pork and Japanese-style chicken katsu sandwiches. But the main event is their teas, which range from bright-orange Thai teas to jasmine greens and boba-filled rose blacks. With plenty of non-dairy options, they’re like Naomi Osaka on a good day - a wide range of talents, few weaknesses, and a fierce but cute aesthetic that just won’t quit.
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New Jalisco Bar
New Jalisco is a classic gay dive bar in downtown and the perfect pit stop when the line at Precinct is around the block.
Lucky Bird is a fried chicken stall in Downtown LA’s Grand Central Market with easy seating, and very solid fried chicken.
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Manhattan Beach’s Sushi I-Naba is one of the best sushi spots in the South Bay, and an utterly unique and special experience.
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Sticky Rice is a stall inside Grand Central Market and home to the best panang curry in the city.
Shiku is a Korean food stall in Grand Central Market from the people behind Baroo. This is where you’ll find some of the best banchan in LA.
Wushiland Boba in Westfield Century City makes some of the strongest bubble tea around - and you can make any of their drinks into floats too.
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