Located in that western part of Burbank that most people assume is Noho or Toluca Lake, Crawford’s Pass is the second location of the iconic dive bar in Historic Filipinotown. The space is much bigger than the original, and they have a full liquor license here, but don’t expect some contrived $18 craft cocktail experience. This is where you come for cheap beer, billiards, and some of our favorite hot chicken in town. It’s open till midnight on weekdays and 2am on weekends.
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Simmzy’s is a beach-themed bar/restaurant and an ideal spot for an after-work drink and some food.
Sushi Nishi-Ya might have a weird location on the Glendale/Burbank border, but this is an omakase experience worth driving for.
Tony’s Darts Away
One of the best sports bars in all of LA, Tony’s Darts Away has a fun atmosphere that never gets too rowdy and some excellent bar food.
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Playa Provisions is a four-concepts-in-one eating emporium, and the kind of all-day dining option this neighborhood needed.
Both neighborhood hangout and special occasion spot, Charcoal is sometimes a bit confusing, but not when it comes to their very tasty food.
Mauro's is a total Weho daytime scene, but unfortunately the food is only mediocre.
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Sri Siam Cafe
North Hollywood’s Sri Siam is the best and most important Thai restaurant in Los Angeles that you’ve never heard of.
Tiki No in North Hollywood is a great spot to roll in with a bunch of friends on a Saturday and get weird on giant rum-filled punch bowls.
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