A block off Sunset and Vine, this completely restored craftsman might not be serving the best food in town, but it’s still solid and the rustic atmosphere can’t be beat. They run bottomless brunch starting at 9:30am on weekends if you’re feeling particularly aggressive and need vodka a tomato juice first thing in the morning.
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Zankou certainly isn’t the best Mediterranean food in LA, but it’s still an old friend who always has your back.
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R+D Kitchen in Santa Monica is perpetually crowded, but the burgers and lively crowd are worth the guaranteed 45 minute wait for dinner.
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