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Outdoor Dining at Restaurants in L.A. County Suspended Starting on Wednesday

As COVID infections skyrocket, county public health officials have announced restaurants, bars, wineries, and breweries have to temporarily stop offering on-premises service
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L.A. Chefs Reveal Their Must-Have Thanksgiving Dinner Dishes

These local food luminaries have holiday faves that go beyond the bird
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Forget New York vs. Chicago—These L.A. Pizza Joints Have Flavors from Around the World

From Brazilian to Mexican to Thai, these globally-inspired pizzas will expand your pie horizons
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Eagle Rock’s Newest Cafe Is Co-Owned by Issa Rae

Hilltop Coffee and Kitchen offers food, drinks, and spaces for meetings and performances
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Some Bottles of Sparkling Wine to Pop This Fine Morning

Wine expert Coly Den Haan helps us pick some bubbles from states that went to Biden
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Over a (Virtual) Pasta Dinner, Phil Rosenthal Talks Saving the Restaurant Industry, the Power of Good Food, and More

The host of Netflix's 'Somebody Feed Phil' orders takeout almost every meal—so we joined him via Zoom for dinner to go and a heart to heart
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L.A.’s Most Obsessed-Over Cookies Are Coming to the Grove

Fleurs et Sel is going from Instagram to IRL
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A New Wine Window in Silver Lake Is Highlighting Black Vintners and Brewers

Offerings range from first wines ever made by a Black woman in South Africa, to craft beers made right here in L.A.

Eszett in Silver Lake Has a Brand New Patio—and Those Same Great Fries

The cozy wine bar was just hitting its stride when the pandemic struck, but its husband-wife proprietors aren't giving up
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How Quickly Will L.A.’s Booming Coffee Shop Culture Bounce Back?

It’s been months since people have been able to congregate in the city’s go-to gathering spots, but local coffee entrepreneurs are confident the ”coffice” will soon be more essential than ever