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A Foodie’s Guide to Malibu Restaurants

Summer is less than a month away and like a lot of Angelenos lately I’ve been mapping out beach days in my mind. My map, of course, usually begins and ends with where to eat in Malibu. The 30 miles of coastline northwest of LA is home to a few classic seafood shacks, celebrity haunts, and local favorites. And while Malibu Seafood and The Farm are both excellent, there are many more Malibu restaurants you need to try. Here’s a handy guide on where to dine in Malibu.

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Kettle Black Has Silver Lake’s Best Happy Hour

If you’re like me you love a good, short happy hour. I don’t mean the hours, of course. I mean the menu. There’s something pleasurably decadent about being able to say, “One of everything!” Kettle Black, the newish Italian restaurant and bar in Silver Lake, boasts such a menu. There are only five food items plus specials on Peronis, glasses of red and white wine, and cocktails including Punch, Manhattan, Negroni, and Aperol Spritz. Kettle Black is as stylish as it is delicious.

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A Foodie’s Guide to Los Feliz

Leave your sack lunch at home and take an hour lunch break at one of these Los Feliz hotspots. Below are all the best dining options in Los Feliz.

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The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker – BBCM West Hollywood

Who doesn’t love outdoor dining? And when you can do it on Sunset Boulevard even better! New all day cafe The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker has opened its doors, and patio, on Sunset in West Hollywood and now that the weather has warmed up you will definitely want to check it out.

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Ozu is the East Side’s Best Ramen

On Monday a colleague was raving to me about the “spectacular food” at a newish Pan-Asian restaurant in Atwater Village. So, of course, on Tuesday I went straight to Ozu on Glendale Boulevard to see for myself and I was not disappointed.

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Sawyer Silver Lake Opens in the Sunset Triangle

Sawyer Silver Lake is the latest entry to the neighborhood’s ever growing restaurant scene and features shareable seafood small plates, a breezy outdoor patio, and one killer daily happy hour, from 4 to 7 p.m., that boasts $4 beer, $5 wine, $6 well drinks, and $8 cocktails, along with a half dozen oyster special and a glass of beer or wine for only $12.

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