Support Apple Pan and Other L.A. Restaurants by Buying Must-Have Merch

The perfect thing to wear when ’going out to dinner’ means eating on the couch
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This is a dire time for many independent restaurants. And while we totally support ordering takeout from time to time, what about restaurants outside your neighborhood delivery radius–or ones that have made the (entirely respectable) call to close down entirely for the time being? In addition to gift cards, many L.A. spots sell restaurant merch that you can wear at home for now and, in time, wear out in the world to visit your faves again.


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Photos: Madhappy

The Apple Pan

Iconic burger spot Apple Pan has a capsule of merch thanks to local label Madhappy. All profits from sales go to longtime Apple Pan staff. $45-$195; madhappy.com


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This T-Shirt

Dozens of restaurants across the county have joined up with this joint tee project to raise money for laid-off hospitality workers. Pick front logos from L.A. restaurants including E.P. & L.P., Ronan, the Kassi Club, and Élephante (or go logo-free if you can’t decide). $40; thist-shirt.com


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Zebulon

Cafe, bar, and live music venue Zebulon has partnered with the “Foot the Bill” initiative from Vans. Order a pair of shoes kitted out in Zeb’s custom menu print, and all proceeds from the sale will go to support the staff. $90; vans.com/foothebill


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Much of Kismet’s cute, colorful restaurant merch is a collaboration with EVERYBODY.WORLD, a sustainability- and inclusivity-driven label, designed and produced in DTLA. $20-$45; kismetla.com


Woon

Your favorite noodle spot has fun merch with tee designs by artist Ty Williams, sock collabs with Tailored Union, totes created with KUARTO, and more. $4-$25; woonkitchen.com


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Petit Trois

Darling L.A. designer Clare V. designed this custom tee for her fellow Frenchie Chef Ludo’s Petit Trois. The shop also features other items and collabs with Chinatown Market.  $28-$65; petittrois.com


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Photos: Night + Market

Night + Market

Show your devotion to fantastic Thai food with Night + Market’s larb-inspired merch line. $25-$30; nightmarketsong.com


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The Formosa Cafe

Bring a little retro flair to yourself, in the form of fun shirts and accessories, or your home bar, with tiki mugs, collins glasses, and even branded paper cocktail umbrellas. $5-$150; theformosacafe.com


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Sqirl

Your favorite ricotta toast and sorrel bowl shop is closed down for now, but you can remember old times with a cute tee, cookbook, or some delicious jams. $14-$60; sqirlla.com


konbi restaurant merch

Konbi

Maybe you can’t get an eggy sando for the time being, but you can still show your love for Konbi with a hat, sweatshirt, jar of jam, or a set of handmade brass cutlery rests. $13-$65; konbila.com


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Guerrilla Tacos

Arts District fave Guerrilla Tacos has a line of fun merch (or, to use their nomenclature, schwag), including colorful long-sleeves by local street artist Anthony Fuentes. $20-$100; guerrillatacos.com


OTOTO

Echo Park sake bar OTOTO makes just one, adorable merch item: a navy tee featuring their adorable mascot kitten hanging out in your pocket, drinking some sake. $30; ototo.la


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