Hall of Fame restaurants: These all-time modern classics are quintessential L.A.

These restaurants are so defining of what it means to eat and live in Southern California — that they’ve earned a place of honor for all time.
Bill AddisonRestaurant Critic • Los Angeles Times • December 7, 2022
In our region’s sweeping pluralism, there are restaurants so enmeshed in the culture of Los Angeles — so defining of what it means to eat and live in Southern California — that they surpass the notion of annual lists. They’ve earned a place of...
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