In Chatsworth you’ll find one of the last classic roadside burger stands in Los Angeles.
In Claremont, along Historic Route 66, you’ll find The Donut Man, home of the city-famous Strawberry Donut.
On the grounds of the Americana in Glendale, you will find an ATM that dispenses cupcakes.
The world’s best pastrami sandwich can be found at an old-school Jewish deli across the street from MacArthur Park in Westlake.
For nearly a century, a vicious battle has raged on the streets of Downtown Los Angeles — two opposing factions make the bold claim as the rightful originator of the French Dip Sandwich. And it’s a feud that doesn’t look to be settled in the next 100 years.
Los Angeles is the perfect place to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day with a hot, juicy cheeseburger. This is a short list of 12 of the best cheeseburgers in Los Angeles.
When it comes to donuts in Los Angeles, you many options. But right now, the Margarita from Trejo’s Donuts & Coffee is the best donut in town.
If you’re looking for one of the best Cuban sandwiches in the world, look no further than El Cochinito on Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake.
The Bad Jew, a popup deli in Los Angeles, takes that takes the old adage “do one thing and do it well” and elevates it to art.
Burrito King at the corner of Sunset & Alvarado is where the late Warren Zevon went when he wanted a machaca burrito.