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Urban Eats: DTLA’s Best Restaurants
IndustrielBilling itself as ‘urban farm cuisine,’ Industriel offers adventurous French cuisine utilizing farmers market discoveries and locally sourced ingredients. The journey begins when you walk through the door: the artfully decorated space ranges from funky and fun (honey-bear containers hang in a large cluster from the ceiling) to the somewhat morose (portraits of depression-era farmers). The popular Skull and Bones dish is marrowbone and tongue. The crispy pig ears are served with pickled strawberries. For the truly ravenous—a black angus rib-eye “poutine,” served with kale and gravy, is the way to go. 609 S. Grand Ave., (213) 488-8020;…
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Eat Your Heart Out: Romantic L.A. Dining
There’s something quintessentially romantic about spontaneity: a bouquet of flowers being delivered to your loved one unexpectedly, hitting the road with your partner for a day trip without an itinerary or cooking up a three-course meal for your boyfriend because he’s had a tough day. If only Valentine’s Day in L.A. could be this easy. In a city where prime dinner times at popular restaurants are booked weeks in advance, the chance of an impromptu table for two on Feb. 14 is a risky one.     Don’t fret—what follows is our guide to some of the best options for you …
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