Spring 2021 L.A. restaurants: Best outdoor dining amid COVID

With L.A. in the yellow tier of COVID-19 reopening, restaurants are booming. Check out these outdoor dining options for sushi, ramen, tacos and more.
Bill Addison, Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • May 14, 2021
Presented by The scope of Los Angeles’ dining culture has never been simple to characterize — “diverse” doesn’t begin to describe its overlap of communities, cuisines, street foods and glittering rooms, triumphs and struggles — but it’s fair to...
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