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    Must Eats: Los Angeles




    Los Angeles’s culinary scene reflects the many cultures that call America’s second most populous city home. It is also a time capsule which pays homage to the varied tastes of previous generations. When visiting L.A. and its surrounding communities, be sure to take advantage of the following independently owned restaurants which have left an indelible impression, and have made many bellies happy, with both locals and visitors alike.

      Waffles with fresh fruit, caramel, and ice cream

      Start the day with a delicious breakfast at one of the hot spots listed!

      Breakfast

      Located at 3rd and Fairfax (within L.A.’s Original Farmers Market), Du-Par’s is an L.A. classic which has been serving up its large buttery pancakes and other breakfast delights since 1938, and it continues to be a popular spot for those in the entertainment industry and foodies alike. The Waffle on Sunset Boulevard is sure to impress with its numerous selections and avant-garde approach to waffles. Bea Bea’s in Burbank has a vast menu that includes unique omelets, pancakes and more. And in Manhattan Beach, Uncle Bill’s Pancake House continues in its position as a popular South Bay breakfast spot which locals swear that it serves some of the best pancakes in Southern California.

        Breakfast

        Located at 3rd and Fairfax (within L.A.’s Original Farmers Market), Du-Par’s is an L.A. classic which has been serving up its large buttery pancakes and other breakfast delights since 1938, and it continues to be a popular spot for those in the entertainment industry and foodies alike. The Waffle on Sunset Boulevard is sure to impress with its numerous selections and avant-garde approach to waffles. Bea Bea’s in Burbank has a vast menu that includes unique omelets, pancakes and more. And in Manhattan Beach, Uncle Bill’s Pancake House continues in its position as a popular South Bay breakfast spot which locals swear that it serves some of the best pancakes in Southern California.

          Waffles with fresh fruit, caramel, and ice cream

          Start the day with a delicious breakfast at one of the hot spots listed!

          Plates of traditional Mexican foods

          Be sure to check out the local favorites for a night of Mexican cuisine.

          Lunch & Dinner

          One cuisine where Los Angeles undeniably excels is Mexican cuisine. With local favorites such as: Teddy’s Red Tacos (throughout the L.A. area) with its popular Birria taco dipping consommé, Barragan’s (Burbank) which is an L.A. institution that is known for its well curated menu of delicious entrees, and the regional secret that is El Gringo (South Bay), that is popular with locals for its dishes which exudes well-rounded flavors.

            Thai noodles with crushed peanuts, sauce, line, and bean sprouts.

            Awaken your taste buds with some authentic Thai cuisine.

            It may surprise you that Los Angeles has the largest population of Thai people living outside of Thailand. As such, Thai cuisine in Los Angeles comes pretty close to the experience you’ll have when dining in Thailand. Meals at Ayara Thai (near L.A. International Airport) and Jitlada (Thai Town) are proof positive of this and both restaurants continue to remain as some of the most authentically Thai restaurants in the region.

              It may surprise you that Los Angeles has the largest population of Thai people living outside of Thailand. As such, Thai cuisine in Los Angeles comes pretty close to the experience you’ll have when dining in Thailand. Meals at Ayara Thai (near L.A. International Airport) and Jitlada (Thai Town) are proof positive of this and both restaurants continue to remain as some of the most authentically Thai restaurants in the region.

                Thai noodles with crushed peanuts, sauce, line, and bean sprouts.

                Awaken your taste buds with some authentic Thai cuisine.

                Four double cheeseburgers animal style from In-N-Out

                Make a stop at the popular In-N-Out for a delicious burger – maybe even try it Animal Style!

                L.A. is also known for its innovative hamburger restaurants. The ever-popular In-N-Out (which originated in L.A. County) which remains the “go to” for consistently delicious and customizable burgers. However, if you are seeking something a bit more “buttoned-up,” Hinoki & The Bird (Century City) is highly recommended. This eatery has a Wagyu Burger that will satiate the appetite of any burger aficionado within upmarket environs.

                  Cajun soup with rice, lime, and herbs.

                  With options from vegan to fried chicken, from Louisiana Creole to Brazilian, there’s a variety of options in L.A.!

                  While vegans will appreciate the flavorful and mindful offerings of Rahel Ethiopian Vegan Cuisine (Little Ethiopia) and The Vegan Joint (throughout SoCal), pescatarians will enjoy the variety and freshness of Fisherman’s Outlet (Downtown L.A.). And for those seeking delicious fried chicken, both Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles (throughout SoCal) and Honey’s Kettle (Culver City) checks all the boxes!

                  The Louisiana Creole dishes of Harold & Belle’s (South Los Angeles) as well as the Brazilian specialties of Bossa Nova (throughout SoCal) both guarantee amazing meals which are big on portions and flavors. Hunger stands no chance of survival at these two popular L.A. eateries.

                  This list represents just a sample of some of the best eats within the region. As you explore the vastness of Los Angeles, you are certain to discover many additional culinary gems which are prized by locals.

                    While vegans will appreciate the flavorful and mindful offerings of Rahel Ethiopian Vegan Cuisine (Little Ethiopia) and The Vegan Joint (throughout SoCal), pescatarians will enjoy the variety and freshness of Fisherman’s Outlet (Downtown L.A.). And for those seeking delicious fried chicken, both Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles (throughout SoCal) and Honey’s Kettle (Culver City) checks all the boxes!

                    The Louisiana Creole dishes of Harold & Belle’s (South Los Angeles) as well as the Brazilian specialties of Bossa Nova (throughout SoCal) both guarantee amazing meals which are big on portions and flavors. Hunger stands no chance of survival at these two popular L.A. eateries.

                    This list represents just a sample of some of the best eats within the region. As you explore the vastness of Los Angeles, you are certain to discover many additional culinary gems which are prized by locals.

                      Cajun soup with rice, lime, and herbs.

                      With options from vegan to fried chicken, from Louisiana Creole to Brazilian, there’s a variety of options in L.A.!

                      When planning your next vacation to Los Angeles, find Costco member value when you book with Costco Travel.

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                          Once You Are Ready to Travel Again, Costco Travel Can Help

                          We invite you to take some time to browse around and dream of your next vacation, rental car or cruise, whether you’re booking for next month or toward the end of next year.

                            Los Angeles’s culinary scene reflects the many cultures that call America’s second most populous city home. It is also a time capsule which pays homage to the varied tastes of previous generations. When visiting L.A. and its surrounding communities, be sure to take advantage of the following independently owned restaurants which have left an indelible impression, and have made many bellies happy, with both locals and visitors alike.

                              Waffles with fresh fruit, caramel, and ice cream

                              Start the day with a delicious breakfast at one of the hot spots listed!

                              Breakfast

                              Located at 3rd and Fairfax (within L.A.’s Original Farmers Market), Du-Par’s is an L.A. classic which has been serving up its large buttery pancakes and other breakfast delights since 1938, and it continues to be a popular spot for those in the entertainment industry and foodies alike. The Waffle on Sunset Boulevard is sure to impress with its numerous selections and avant-garde approach to waffles. Bea Bea’s in Burbank has a vast menu that includes unique omelets, pancakes and more. And in Manhattan Beach, Uncle Bill’s Pancake House continues in its position as a popular South Bay breakfast spot which locals swear that it serves some of the best pancakes in Southern California.

                                Breakfast

                                Located at 3rd and Fairfax (within L.A.’s Original Farmers Market), Du-Par’s is an L.A. classic which has been serving up its large buttery pancakes and other breakfast delights since 1938, and it continues to be a popular spot for those in the entertainment industry and foodies alike. The Waffle on Sunset Boulevard is sure to impress with its numerous selections and avant-garde approach to waffles. Bea Bea’s in Burbank has a vast menu that includes unique omelets, pancakes and more. And in Manhattan Beach, Uncle Bill’s Pancake House continues in its position as a popular South Bay breakfast spot which locals swear that it serves some of the best pancakes in Southern California.

                                  Waffles with fresh fruit, caramel, and ice cream

                                  Start the day with a delicious breakfast at one of the hot spots listed!

                                  Plates of traditional Mexican foods

                                  Be sure to check out the local favorites for a night of Mexican cuisine.

                                  Lunch & Dinner

                                  One cuisine where Los Angeles undeniably excels is Mexican cuisine. With local favorites such as: Teddy’s Red Tacos (throughout the L.A. area) with its popular Birria taco dipping consommé, Barragan’s (Burbank) which is an L.A. institution that is known for its well curated menu of delicious entrees, and the regional secret that is El Gringo (South Bay), that is popular with locals for its dishes which exudes well-rounded flavors.

                                    Thai noodles with crushed peanuts, sauce, line, and bean sprouts.

                                    Awaken your taste buds with some authentic Thai cuisine.

                                    It may surprise you that Los Angeles has the largest population of Thai people living outside of Thailand. As such, Thai cuisine in Los Angeles comes pretty close to the experience you’ll have when dining in Thailand. Meals at Ayara Thai (near L.A. International Airport) and Jitlada (Thai Town) are proof positive of this and both restaurants continue to remain as some of the most authentically Thai restaurants in the region.

                                      It may surprise you that Los Angeles has the largest population of Thai people living outside of Thailand. As such, Thai cuisine in Los Angeles comes pretty close to the experience you’ll have when dining in Thailand. Meals at Ayara Thai (near L.A. International Airport) and Jitlada (Thai Town) are proof positive of this and both restaurants continue to remain as some of the most authentically Thai restaurants in the region.

                                        Thai noodles with crushed peanuts, sauce, line, and bean sprouts.

                                        Awaken your taste buds with some authentic Thai cuisine.

                                        Four double cheeseburgers animal style from In-N-Out

                                        Make a stop at the popular In-N-Out for a delicious burger – maybe even try it Animal Style!

                                        L.A. is also known for its innovative hamburger restaurants. The ever-popular In-N-Out (which originated in L.A. County) which remains the “go to” for consistently delicious and customizable burgers. However, if you are seeking something a bit more “buttoned-up,” Hinoki & The Bird (Century City) is highly recommended. This eatery has a Wagyu Burger that will satiate the appetite of any burger aficionado within upmarket environs.

                                          Cajun soup with rice, lime, and herbs.

                                          With options from vegan to fried chicken, from Louisiana Creole to Brazilian, there’s a variety of options in L.A.!

                                          While vegans will appreciate the flavorful and mindful offerings of Rahel Ethiopian Vegan Cuisine (Little Ethiopia) and The Vegan Joint (throughout SoCal), pescatarians will enjoy the variety and freshness of Fisherman’s Outlet (Downtown L.A.). And for those seeking delicious fried chicken, both Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles (throughout SoCal) and Honey’s Kettle (Culver City) checks all the boxes!

                                          The Louisiana Creole dishes of Harold & Belle’s (South Los Angeles) as well as the Brazilian specialties of Bossa Nova (throughout SoCal) both guarantee amazing meals which are big on portions and flavors. Hunger stands no chance of survival at these two popular L.A. eateries.

                                          This list represents just a sample of some of the best eats within the region. As you explore the vastness of Los Angeles, you are certain to discover many additional culinary gems which are prized by locals.

                                            While vegans will appreciate the flavorful and mindful offerings of Rahel Ethiopian Vegan Cuisine (Little Ethiopia) and The Vegan Joint (throughout SoCal), pescatarians will enjoy the variety and freshness of Fisherman’s Outlet (Downtown L.A.). And for those seeking delicious fried chicken, both Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles (throughout SoCal) and Honey’s Kettle (Culver City) checks all the boxes!

                                            The Louisiana Creole dishes of Harold & Belle’s (South Los Angeles) as well as the Brazilian specialties of Bossa Nova (throughout SoCal) both guarantee amazing meals which are big on portions and flavors. Hunger stands no chance of survival at these two popular L.A. eateries.

                                            This list represents just a sample of some of the best eats within the region. As you explore the vastness of Los Angeles, you are certain to discover many additional culinary gems which are prized by locals.

                                              Cajun soup with rice, lime, and herbs.

                                              With options from vegan to fried chicken, from Louisiana Creole to Brazilian, there’s a variety of options in L.A.!

                                              When planning your next vacation to Los Angeles, find Costco member value when you book with Costco Travel.

                                                Sign Up for Costco.ca Emails

                                                If you are interested in great deals Costco Travel has to offer, click here - Opens a dialog to sign up to receive emails. This will ensure that Travel and Costco.ca values are sent directly to your inbox.

                                                  Once You Are Ready to Travel Again, Costco Travel Can Help

                                                  We invite you to take some time to browse around and dream of your next vacation, rental car or cruise, whether you’re booking for next month or toward the end of next year.


                                                    About the Author: The above piece was written by Jason Gordon, a guest travel blogger, and Costco enthusiast.


                                                     
                                                     
                                                     
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