In operation since 1961, Mario’s is an Italian deli and grocery and your best bet for some old-school Italian sandwiches and hot plates in the neighborhood. Get there before 11:30am or be prepared to wait. But even if you get stuck behind the rush, it’s worth it. The Bad Boy Sub is their signature sandwich and it’s a monster: your choice of meat (get the pastrami), mustard, mayo, avocado, spicy peppers, and every other fixing available. Cue the midday nap under your desk.
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Mini Kebob is a Glendale order-at-the-counter classic and home to some of the best kebobs in town.
Carousel is an over-the-top Middle Eastern restaurant in Glendale and a flat-out LA institution.
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Vino Bistro is a casual Italian restaurant and an ideal dinner spot before seeing a show in Hollywood.
Mauro's is a total Weho daytime scene, but unfortunately the food is only mediocre.
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Skaf’s Lebanese Cuisine
Skaf’s is an order-at-the-order Glendale joint and serving some of the best chicken shawarma you’ll ever come across.
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