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post #91 of 2329
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
islands is terrible

I've been to luxxe a while back it wasn't bad and I'm in dt occasionally.

Ate at nickel diner last night and it was pretty good. Had the nitesomething chicken sandwich, onion rings, mac n cheese and cole slaw with my cousin. Second best mac I've had.

I should add, while Spring uses Intelligentsia espresso for caps/lattes, they have an awesome selection of artesian coffees to be drank solo.

Which Luxxe did you go to? I personally like the SM one better, better walking street and I think the staff is a bit better. And if you're not too carb conscious try an almond croissant.
post #92 of 2329
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post
When I crave burgers I just go to In&Out and that usually satisfies my cravings. Their fries ordered well done with animal sauce isn't bad either.

Every one I know brags about The Habit but never been to one, is it any good?

It's good, not nearly as good as In N Out or Fat Burger.

I like The Counter a lot too.
post #93 of 2329
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Originally Posted by Captain Winky View Post
I should add, while Spring uses Intelligentsia espresso for caps/lattes, they have an awesome selection of artesian coffees to be drank solo.

Which Luxxe did you go to? I personally like the SM one better, better walking street and I think the staff is a bit better. And if you're not too carb conscious try an almond croissant.

I think it was on montana, across from a womens shop my boy's girl used to work at so he knew the barista and everything. Will check out spring if I'm in the area.
post #94 of 2329
you guys in pasadena don't like pie n' burger?
post #95 of 2329
I eagerly await the arrival of Pho City in West Hollywood. Food either sucks or is too expensive (usually both) here.
post #96 of 2329
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Originally Posted by itsjustadrian View Post
you guys in pasadena don't like pie n' burger?

It tastes like a higher quality version of In-n-Out.
post #97 of 2329
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Originally Posted by mharwitt View Post
it was a joke.

Evidently a really good one.
post #98 of 2329
Heading to glendale area tomorrow. Had some good food at this armenian restaurant. Forgot the name, it was probably called 'armens' like every other armenian store in that area.
post #99 of 2329
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Originally Posted by Wu Dynasty View Post
It tastes like a higher quality version of In-n-Out.

At a much higher price. The pies are a big plus, though.
post #100 of 2329
anyone know where to cop junya watanabe man in L.A.? Barneys?
post #101 of 2329
Thread Starter 
ron herman methinks, and yes Barneys too
post #102 of 2329
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Originally Posted by CasinoRoyale View Post
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.
Eagle Rock Brewery. Brewery on premises. Five or six different beers, including one that's 10% alcohol. Nice people as well. http://eaglerockbrewery.wordpress.com/
post #103 of 2329
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Originally Posted by itsjustadrian View Post
you guys in pasadena don't like pie n' burger?

when I lived there it was called Fly n Burger
post #104 of 2329
Any good french bakery in the Valley? Looking for a good Creme Brulee. Rive Gauche is pretty good but I am looking for other options.
post #105 of 2329
Had the most insane bourbon pecan pie ala mode last night @ coles. so much win.

Spring st bar(dtla) is interesting, went there last night. For having 24 or so taps, they could use some more interesting brews, but they gotta keep beerplebs happy i guess. Cool interior, and nice concept.
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