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8 great places for takeout banh mi in L.A. and O.C.

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • May 8, 2020

contact the bronzed crust fractures like cracked earth. 304 W. Valley Blvd., Alhambra, (626) 289-4160; also at 9011 Garvey Ave., Rosemead, (626) 872-1884, Chicken meatball banh mi at Banh Oui in Hollywood. (Bill Addison / Los Angeles Times

) Banh Oui Casey Felton and Armen Piskoulian introduced their modern riffs on banh mi at Smorgasburg L.A. before opening two permanent storefronts in the last couple of years. Banh Oui, on Cahuenga Boulevard, focuses explicitly on banh mi. (A newer

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14 places to pick up a picnic for the Hollywood Bowl

Stephanie Breijo, Jenn Harris, Lucas Kwan Peterson • Los Angeles Times • June 2, 2022

venue’s surrounding restaurants and build a picnic that will draw the envy of your seat neighbors, whether you’re craving fluffy falafel, some of the best dim sum west of San Gabriel or L.A.’s most beloved papas rellenas. Banh Oui began as a kind of quick

Banh Oui also jars its own pickles, pâtê and hot sauces, so guests can leave with gourmet goods for the picnic and for their homes. — Stephanie Breijo Barbecue is a cuisine best ordered as a blitz. If you do it right you’ll be overwhelmed by it, trying

The ultimate fried-chicken crawl in L.A. Here's where to go

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • July 25, 2022

hot honey. We felt it was our duty to try at least one of each flavor. With the chicken sweats kicking in, we left for Banh Oui to taste one of the most Los Angeles fried chicken sandwiches in the city. Chef-owner Casey Felton created a sandwich that

Newsletter: Will everyone in America soon be eating the khachapuri cheese boat?

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • September 7, 2019

colleague Jenn Harris wrote about Tony Khachapuri, Armen Piskoulian and Casey Felton’s permanent pop-up that is part of their Vietnamese-inspired sandwich shop Banh Oui in Hollywood. Piskoulian is Armenian; “tony” is a play on tone, the word for a Georgian

L.A.’s dining timeline has gone through some major cultural ripples

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • January 3, 2020

showcase both for emerging talent and established chefs; vendors including Banh Oui, Porridge + Puffs and Tacos 1986 go on to open restaurants. 2017 Jordan Kahn’s Vespertine comes into being in an undulating red Culver City building designed by architect