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post #1621 of 2244
what does that mean, "for people who are afraid of seafood?" where do people who aren't afraid of seafood go, and what do they order?
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Good tailor recs by Hollywood or Northridge? Ones you would trust to finish button holes and the like?


Also good cheap ones as well for just hemming pants and the like?
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Paul at Wilshire Tailor at Wilshire and Crescent Heights is close to Hollywood. He's more than competent for any serious tailoring. Also High Society Tailor at Wilshire near Virgil is where I've been going lately because it's closer to my house, but it turns out that he's cheaper and usually faster than any other tailors I've used and the work has been perfect so far.
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Paul at Wilshire Tailor at Wilshire and Crescent Heights is close to Hollywood. He's more than competent for any serious tailoring. Also High Society Tailor at Wilshire near Virgil is where I've been going lately because it's closer to my house, but it turns out that he's cheaper and usually faster than any other tailors I've used and the work has been perfect so far.

Thanks for the tips, need to get a few jacket sleeves finished and a few shortened. Will try them out
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12345 Shop opened in the Arts District, right next door to Novel Cafe on Traction. They stock Silent by Damir Doma and Acne among other brands like Won Hundred and Hem & Haw (or something like that). Pretty nice set up - worth checking out if you are grabbing a slice at the Pie Hole
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Thinking about grabbing dinner at a nice spot wed night somewhere I haven't been, gimme some recs homies. Thinking about lucques.
post #1627 of 2244
Had Lucques last week, wasn't bad though service was super slow
post #1628 of 2244
what you have?

gonna take the homie out for his bday
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Thinking about grabbing dinner at a nice spot wed night somewhere I haven't been, gimme some recs homies. Thinking about lucques.

Just wanted to chime in, because I'm in a eerily similar situation - taking a friend out on Wednesday for his bday. I got reservations at Animal, and if I don't think of anything else by tomorrow, Animal it is. Which I'm pretty happy about anyway.
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what you have?
gonna take the homie out for his bday

I had lamb, was pretty good but not too special for the type of place it is

edit: clicked a bit too quick on the iPhone,

Also had some veggies and the duck. Duck is my favorite dish and I thought it was again good but not good enough if that makes any sense
post #1631 of 2244
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Thinking about grabbing dinner at a nice spot wed night somewhere I haven't been, gimme some recs homies. Thinking about lucques.

Son of a Gun...?
post #1632 of 2244
YO any seafood lovers???

mom's bday is coming what's good?!?!!?

help is dearly needed
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YO any seafood lovers???
mom's bday is coming what's good?!?!!?
help is dearly needed
how much do you love mom? best seafood in town, by a country mile, is providence. but pricey. next best is water grill, but stay with the raw bar (though it might be uncomfortable splitting oysters and crab with the moms).
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how much do you love mom? best seafood in town, by a country mile, is providence. but pricey. next best is water grill, but stay with the raw bar (though it might be uncomfortable splitting oysters and crab with the moms).

Providence is some fancy ass shit for moms bday. Kinda romantic spot too, so might be ackward if it's just you and Mom. Water Grill is a good call, if you're willing to head downtown.
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not sure providence is so much romantic as it is heavy-duty foodie. but another thought would be if mom's kind of a hipster, or at least hipster-sympathetic, i've been hearing REALLY good things about L&E Oyster Bar. haven't gotten there yet, but people whose opinions i respect love it.
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