Where to Get Chinese Food on Christmas Day in L.A.

Despite their seasonal popularity, not all Chinese restaurants are open on the big day
Merle Ginsberg • Los Angeles Magazine • December 20, 2019
While many families will be enjoying turkey and mashed potatoes at home this Christmas, many others—particularly here in L.A.—will have visions of egg rolls dancing in their heads instead. Eating Chinese food on Christmas has been a tradition in...
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