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post #61 of 2235
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Originally Posted by billsayers View Post
I much prefer Cole's in downtown over Philippe's for french dip. Restaurant is a lot nicer too and they make stiff drinks.
http://colesfrenchdip.com/

No way, Had a Cole's Beef French Dip last Saturday and it didn't come close to Philippe's.

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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
Nickel Diner in downtown, near Coles
the BEST BEST macaroni and cheese I've ever had. Has a nice kick to it and isnt the soupy kind of mac n cheese but a thick fork eating consistency. They are known for their bacon bits donut which is really good, but I prefer their red velvet donut.
+1. Ever since Who & GS took me here I've brought everyone I know to this place, "fanfuck'ntastic".
post #62 of 2235
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Originally Posted by Rye GB View Post
No way, Had a Cole's Beef French Dip last Saturday and it didn't come close to Philippe's.


+1. Ever since Who & GS took me here I've brought everyone I know to this place, "fanfuck'ntastic".

nickel diner...is this the place on the ground floor of the PE lofts? If so, +2
post #63 of 2235
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Originally Posted by aizan View Post
oinkster's pastrami doesn't hold a candle to the better delis in town.


Oinkster is burger-joint style pastrami. Nothing special, but if you live in the area and don't want to drive, it's not like you have real choices. Billy's in Glendale doesn't do any any better with their pastrami.

OTOH, the Oinkster pulled pork sandwich and their fries rock.
post #64 of 2235
This is a great idea and will be helpful if/when I decide to hit LA later this year...

Please add:
Mister Freedom 7161 Beverly Boulevard, (323) 653-2014
Craft Workwear 513 La Cienega, (310) 855-3976
Julian Boots 1801 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 1203B, julian(at)julianboots(dot)net
The Stronghold 1625 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, CA 90291 (310) 399-7200
Rising Sun Jeans 107 S. Fair Oaks Ave. #109, Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 793-3479 (OK, not LA, but still worth a mention)
post #65 of 2235
^let me know when you come
post #66 of 2235
Leather Soul Hawaii (coming soon): 9513 Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills
post #67 of 2235
A few of my favorites from the San Gabriel Valley (ranging from fine dining to dives):

Pasadena:
Cheval Blanc
Smitty's Grill
Noir Food and Wine
New Delhi Palace
Golden Palace Mongolian
Noodle World
The Dining Room
Tops
The Hat
Robin's

Arcadia:
Basil Thai
Sesame Grill
The Derby
Nirvana
Teriyaki House
Paco's

Monrovia:
Le Roy's
Cafe Massilia
Cafe Mundial
Cafe Merengue
Kiku Sushi
Chang Thai
T Burger
post #68 of 2235
Does anyone happen to know where you can buy Barbour or any type of wax dressing around LA? I have a waxed cotton bag that needs to serious re-dressing.
post #69 of 2235
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post
Does anyone happen to know where you can buy Barbour or any type of wax dressing around LA? I have a waxed cotton bag that needs to serious re-dressing.

opening ceremony and rose tree cottage both sell barbour coats.
post #70 of 2235
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
^i never could finish them and i get them with bacon and sausage plus tons of their sauce but this is late at night if we happen to be at dbag central aka old town on my way back home

Yeah, the sauce is really good. Late night calls for the taco trucks on Fair Oaks...can't be beat.
post #71 of 2235
I've been mulling over a career move to LA and reading this thread is already making miss NYC.
post #72 of 2235
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Originally Posted by mharwitt View Post
really? i've gone to tomato pie twice and both times the pizza was soggy and awful. it's a shame too since the silverlake one is just a few blocks from me.
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There are two great pizzas there: The Grandma (their specialty), and the minimalist Tomato Pie.
Try the Grandma (especially if you like garlic).
post #73 of 2235
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Originally Posted by aizan View Post
opening ceremony and rose tree cottage both sell barbour coats.

But I don't think they sell Barbour wax dressing, which is what I need.
post #74 of 2235
you guys should start a google map like the one in my sig
post #75 of 2235
Any place in LA that sells good microbrews, or is my best bet online? Been wanting to step my beer game up and get some quality stuff in the fridge.
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