L.A. summer dining: 5 restaurants and an ice cream shop

Where to eat this summer for great barbecue, burgers, ice cream and more.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 1, 2021
How do you define the flavors of summertime in Los Angeles? As with any attempt to classify dining in L.A., it’s a trick question: There never needs to be one answer. One day your tastes may run to herb-filled summer rolls, icy paletas and kebabs...
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