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Open Market



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Open Market is a hybrid cafe-corner store on the bottom floor of an office building in Koreatown that happens to serve food so good it’ll make you squeal. This counter-service spot is open for breakfast and lunch, serving things like lattes, pastries, salads, and one-of-a-kind sandwiches. From “Alhambra” Hainanese chicken salad to the “Mariposa '' filled with al pastor oyster mushrooms, each one has a personality of its own. Our go-to order, the “Normandie,” is without a doubt, one of the single best brisket sandos in the city. It tastes like what would happen if a classic French dip and a smoked brisket flat had a baguette sandwich child.

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