New L.A. Restaurants to Try in October

A new Greek spot with all-day brunch and more
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Need to mix up your take-out routine? Here are four new options, including a Greek spot with all-day brunch and grab-and-go Cambodian sandwiches in Lincoln Heights.


Theía

Beverly Grove

You couldn’t make it to Mykonos this summer, but you can check out this lovely and lively Greek spot with a menu of Mediterranean classics, colorful cocktails, and an all-day brunch on Sundays. 8048 W. 3rd St., theia-la.com.

Ichijiku

Highland Park

This sushi joint from a number of industry veterans boasts both raw-fish favorites and a selection of creative vegan rolls, like one with beets and tofu “cream cheese,” and another with asparagus, corn, zucchini, and onion, wrapped in soy paper. 5629½ N. Figueroa St., ichijikusushi.com.

Tartine Silver Lake

Silver Lake

The sourdough maestros now have an Eastside location offering their usual pastry-case pleasures, plus pizzas with intriguing toppings and perfectly blistered crusts. 3921 W. Sunset Blvd., tartinebakery.com.

Gamboge

Lincoln Heights

For grab-and-go Cambodian sandwiches, which have some similarities to bahn mi, this little shop is a great stop. But don’t miss the wonderfully bright chicken salad; grilled, coconut-glazed corn; or the charming, plant-lined back patio. 1822 N. Broadway, gambogela.com.


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