5 Annoying Things About Dining Out in L.A.

Eating in Los Angeles restaurants is great. Most of the time
Andy Wang • Los Angeles Magazine • January 2, 2020
Despite all the glorious aspects of dining out in L.A. and the great new spots (for instance, the Best New Restaurants in L.A.), we have some grievances. Here are five. Tiny Waiting Areas Antico is a good restaurant. What’s not good is drinking...
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