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Taix French Restaurant


Echo Park

$$$$Perfect For:BYOB

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After several years of public discourse and a semi-failed historic preservation bid, it appears that Taix—in its current form—will soon bite the dust. Now’s the time to pay your respects. The old-school French spot has been in Echo Park since 1962, and though it isn’t known for serving the best French food in LA, spending a night inside the musty, chandelier-adorned dining room will definitely be a memorable one. Our favorite night here is Sunday, when they roll out their iconic Sunday Supper menu—split pea soup, salad, an entree, and sherbert—all for a fixed price. 

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