Summer’s game-changing restaurant: Indian sports bar Pijja Palace

Sitting in the old Sunset Foot Clinic space, the individualism of Pijja Palace is welcome on many levels.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • August 25, 2022
Have you swung by the summer’s hottest dining sensation yet? The sports bar that serves Indian American food in the Silver Lake strip mall where the legendary Happy Foot Sad Foot sign spun for 30 years? That’s a fun sentence to type, though Pijja...
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