12 stellar places for springtime takeout and outdoor dining

Critic Bill Addison recommends Indian and Caribbean pop-ups, a sushi splurge and more.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • March 26, 2021
Just over a year after the COVID crisis disrupted the restaurant industry, tangible signs of hope are appearing. On March 1, residents of Los Angeles County designated in tier 1B were prioritized for coronavirus vaccinations. The group includes...
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