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In the past year, thousands of restaurants opened in America—and after just as many air miles, BA‘s Andrew Knowlton chose 50 as his favorites. (Here’s the list if you hate slideshows.) They range from oyster bars and diner revivals to a Mekong-Mississippi mashup and a Texas-style brasserie. But the one thing they have in common is this: flat-out deliciousness.
Downtown L.A.’s seminal, nearly century-old food hall got a new, fresher lease on life in 2013. Today, it’s bustling with updated purveyors and restaurants (customers, too), from the upscale egg sandwiches at Eggslut to one of the country's best burgers (and the beef to make your own) at Belcampo Meat Co. Alongside these new ventures, long-standing Latino vendors like Ana Maria, with its overstuffed gorditas, are crucial to the appeal; it’s that diversity that makes the market delicious—and unique as a one-stop, culinary snapshot of the LA food scene.
What to Order: O.G. Pastrami at Wexler's Deli; pupusas at Sarita's Pupuseria; Thai barbecued chicken at Sticky Rice; the Slut at Eggslut; Texas brisket at Horse Thief BBQ
We Love: That the stoneware mugs, handmade in Silver Lake for G&B Coffee, are available for sale.
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