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Alright, was sorting through pictures again, and found out I forgot to update about a few other places. Ahhh iPhoto… how would I keep my photos in check without you?

Anyway, I’ll start off with a classic: KOURAKU.

314 E 2nd St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 687-4972

“Hey… do you wanna get some Kouraku ramenBLEGHHHHHH!” *Throws up*

LOL sorry Logan.. I had to ahahahah.

Now, this place I’ll warn you now, isn’t the BEST place for japanese food, but at 2AM where everywhere else is closed, it’s still incredibly satisfying. They have a rather large menu, pretty much anything will do.

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Two of my favorites: Hiyashi Chuka and Gyutan Shioyaki. Two solid choices as always.

Next, we have FRED 62.

1850 N Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 667-0062

This place is always good for late night eats, especially after a concert or after clubbing/lounging. Service has always been good, prices are decent, and the food is simple and great. If you go, I recommend the following:

– French Dip Sandwich
– Mac Daddy and Cheese Balls
– Tofu Chilaquile
– BEARDED MR FRENCHY
– Turkey Meatloaf
and many others.

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Mac Daddy and Cheese Balls. Jalapeno bits mixed in as well. So good.

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French Dip Sandwich.

Next time after the club, be sure to give this joint a try if you’re hungry!

Third, we have Louise’s Trattoria.

232 N Larchmont Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90004
(323) 962-9510

I usually don’t come here for dinner, since their lunch menu is so amazing. I did come for dinner once, and it was delightful. Penne Asparagus with wheat penne and blackend chicken, paired with a great glass of wine, all for less than $20? That’s a win. The waiters/waitresses there are great as well. No matter how picky you are with your food, they’ll do whatever they can to make you happy.

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Onion and Sage Foccacia. Dip in some balsamic vinegar and EV Olive Oil, and you’ve got a great starter.

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I live for their Minestrone. It’s by far the best I’ve had to date, and unlike other places, comes out so hot I actually had to blow on it to cool it off. Also a nice dip for the Foccacia.

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AMAZING. Chicken and Portobello Mushroom Ravioli in a Cream Redux sauce.

And last but definitely not least: Diddy Riese out in Westwood.

926 Broxton Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 208-0448

Not only does this place have freshly baked cookies and brownies, but they also serve amazing ice cream sandwiches with their cookies. At 35 cents a cookie, and $1.50 for an ice cream sandwich, the prices are well worth it. It’s definitely somewhere you’d want to come late night with a friend after dinner for dessert, or if you just want something cheap and delicious.

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Always a line outside.

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Don’t leave without grabbing a sandwich and a dozen cookies LOL. You know you’ll want more when you leave.

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I got Rocky Road ice cream with Chocolate Chip w/ Walnut cookies (not pictured), and Juhee got Oatmeal Raisin w/ Strawberry ice cream. Since we were already in the area, we also got one for Stanley and dropped it off for him.

Alright, I think I should be all caught up now. Cack to work on the reals this time.

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Hmmm… reminds me of a certain girl I know LOL.

Later everyone!


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One Comment

  1. Yes

    When going to a Japanese hostess bar, make sure you never discuss Koraku

    LOL


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