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Mush Bakery


5224 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles
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This small Armenian bakery in East Hollywood doesn’t have a ton of signage (or tables, or chairs) and it may take a few laps to find it (look for the massive 99 Cent Store), but once you get there, you’ll be treated to Armenian baked goods with the power to realign your whole week. Boreks are $2.75 a piece, so loading up a bag full is always a good idea, but the must-order here is the lahmajune. These warm round flatbreads are topped with a thin layer of spiced, tomato-y ground beef, and most customers order them by the dozen (with a yogurt drink on the side). If you've got room, stop by for an Armenian doughnut at nearby Papillion International afterward.

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