La Cevicheria is a tiny shop on Pico near Crenshaw with truly fantastic ceviche. The dining room is packed at lunch with people on their breaks eating excellent Guatemalan ceviche - shrimp, crab, and snapper marinated in lime juice with onions and avocado - and blood clams (not actually bloody, just dark red clams that are juicy, briney, and delicious). You’ll probably have to wait for a place to sit, but this is fish you’ll be happy awkwardly hovering near the closest-to-finished-looking table for.
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