7 L.A. takeout upstarts that deserve your attention

How talented chefs support themselves with entrepreneurialism
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 10, 2020
At the end of May, it looked for a moment as if Los Angeles dining was slowly inching back to what passes for normal in 2020 — restaurants and bars with spaced tables, customers required to wear masks until their food and drinks arrived. Then...
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