3 New and Notable L.A. Restaurants to Try in June

A New York-style pizza spot in Pasadena, and more
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • June 2, 2021
From a new A.O.C. outpost to Italian eats at O Hotel, here are some new restaurants to check out this month. A.O.C. Two of the food world’s OGs, Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne, are expanding with a second location of their classic West 3rd Street...
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