These Restaurant Patios Are L.A.’s Best Places to Dine Outdoors Right Now

Enjoy an al fresco meal (but be safe and respectful and tip big when you do)
Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • September 1, 2020
As COVID-19 hospitalizations appear to slow and the region shows signs of inching toward recovery, more and more Angelenos are deciding they feel comfortable experimenting with outdoor dining, served on-site at local restaurants. Many restaurants...
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