Walking into Cahuenga General Store is like walking into another world, or at the very least, walking into WestWorld. This former prop shop turned sandwich cafe looks like a real 19th-century general store with creaky wooden floors, chairs hanging from the ceiling, and homemade soap on the shelves. There’s also a tiny little stage in the corner where there are live performances on most days of the week. But the real reason you’re here is for the sandwiches. With over 30 different kinds, the menu is a little overwhelming, but our strategy is to stick with anything that has pesto on it. They make it in-house, and it’s incredible.
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HealthyCA isn’t much more than a counter and some chairs, but it’s one of the best salad spots in the Valley.
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Restaurant at the Getty Center
Better than your average museum fare, with an excellent view as well.
Hawaiian Hot Chicken
Hawaiian Hot Chicken is a nightly sidewalk pop-up in Northridge with good hot chicken sandwiches and even better fries.
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Sri Siam Cafe
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Mi Ranchito Veracruz
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