If you’re wondering where that weird little Polish restaurant on Lincoln you liked went, the answer is it’s still there - it just changed names. Formally Warzawa, the place is now called Solidarity and as terrible of a name that is, the place basically hasn’t changed otherwise. It still has the old-school mom and pop charm to cure your soul after another week of hell.
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On the Viagra-washed sidewalks of Montana Avenue, a youthful and downright delicious Italian joint has finally emerged.
Santa Monica’s Via Veneto has the kind of classic, upscale Italian food that New Yorkers claim you can’t find in LA.
Art's Table is like a best friend in a time of need. A dependable neighborhood spot where you always know what you're going to get.
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Glassell Park’s Lemon Poppy is a small cafe serving (delicious) Romanian breakfast staples like housemade pastries and stuffed flatbreads.
Parsnip is a tiny Romanian spot in Highland Park, ideal for lunch when you're looking to change things up.
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Polka Polish Cuisine
A family-run Polish place that’s so good you won’t want to tell too many friends about it.
The Museum of Jurassic Technology
The rooftop tearoom at the Museum of Jurassic Technology is one of LA’s best - and least well-known - patios.
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