Happy Mother’s Day Park La Brea. Check out this delicious menu right across the street. What could be better than strolling through Park La Brea, and ending up at Ray’s?
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Los Angeles isn’t normally known for its Italian food, but Pasta Sisters brings a taste of Italy to the City of Angels. This quaint Italian deli is located in the city’s Arlington Heights neighborhood, and its family-owned atmosphere and convenient service always makes it a quick and enjoyable place to visit.
Stop in to Pasta Sisters any time that you’re looking for fresh pastas made in-house that you won't find at the local grocery store. Whether you’re looking to pick up a pre-made meal for tonight’s family dinner or to dine in for a casual meal, the friendly employees will work with you to accommodate all of your dining needs. There’s a convenient ordering counter where you can choose from the ever-changing menu of plump ravioli, beef lasagna, tagliatelle and more, or you can pull up a seat at one of the small tables or the bar-style seating to enjoy your meal on site.
3343 W Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90019
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At El Chato Taco Truck, you can enjoy delicious, traditional Mexican street tacos even when you’re in a hurry or strapped for cash. While Los Angeles certainly doesn’t have a shortage of Mexican fare, this popular food truck is one of the standouts in the Mid-Wilshire area. With its convenient location in a parking lot at the corner of La Brea and Olympic, El Chato Taco Truck is your go-to spot for a cheap lunch or late-night eats in LA.
Step up to the ordering counter decorated with neon lights at El Chato Taco Truck and check out the latest offerings on the colorful menu. Staple tacos include carne asada, chorizo and al pastor, and you’ll also find burritos stuffed with meats, beans and cheeses for both meat eaters and vegetarians alike. Everything is served with fresh limes and radishes on the side, and it tastes even better washed down with one of the truck's Mexican Coca-Cola bottles.
El Chato Taco Truck
5300 West Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90019
Ray's Stark Bar, just across from Park La Brea in the LACMA courtyard, is hosting Easter Brunch on Easter Sunday, March 27th from 10AM to 3PM. The menu is now on their website. Book now by calling (323) 857-6180.
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For burger fans in the Los Angeles area, Mo Better Burgers is local favorite burger joint that’s perfect for a casual, affordable lunch on a busy weekday. This casual eatery is located on the corner of 9th and La Brea, and while it takes a bit of searching to find it, it’s the type of hidden gem that you’ll want to visit again and again.
Burgers are cooked fresh to order at Mo Better Burgers, and they include not only traditional beef burgers, but also turkey burgers and veggie burgers to accommodate all kinds of diets. If you prefer a low-carb option, the restaurant even offers lettuce wraps instead of buns to cut down on the bread. While Mo Better Burgers specializes in burgers, it also serves ground turkey tacos if you’re in the mood for something a little different. The restaurant itself features bright red walls and a few small dining tables, but it’s particularly great for grab-and-go dining when you’re in a hurry.
Mo Better Burgers
901 South La Brea Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Los Angeles is well known for its vast selection of restaurants serving cuisines from around the world, but Revolutionario is a standout even amidst so much competition. This unique eatery serves North African tacos on a truly creative menu that blends the best of both styles of dining. If you love Mexican fare and also enjoy the rich flavors of North Africa, you’ll certainly want to add Revolutionario to your list of must-try eateries.
When you arrive at Revolutionario, you’ll notice that the no-frills restaurant is very simple and convenient. A few small tables fill the intimate eatery, and while it’s a bit difficult to find, it’s well worth the hunt. The menu includes traditional street tacos filled with cilantro yogurt chicken, duck hash and beef brisket barbacoa, as well as smoked lamb prepared true to North African tradition. If you’re looking for a flavorful lunch at a low price, this foodie hybrid is sure to satisfy.
1436 W Jefferson Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90007
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