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[The Chowhound Team split this tangent off from a thead about a golf course coffee shop's hot dog on the L.A. board titled "The Best Hot Dog I've Ever had... you'll be surprised!" Its original location is here: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...
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Seriously awesome. I'm an avid golfer. It really is amazing how you can find some good food at golf courses.

I recently had a REALLY GOOD cheeseburger at the Arroyo Trabuco golf course in south Orange County. Medium Rare and perfect.

I remember playing some of the muni golf courses in Long Beach and getting a great fried egg sandwich. Go figure.

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  1. Rancho Park Golf Course: excellent soup (one a day), nice fruit bowl, impeccable patty melt, good omelets. Comfortably worn, friendly service, everyone is treated like a "regular." A fine alternative when John O'Groats is too crowded. Note: cash only, ATM on site.

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    1. re: PayOrPlay

      They have some tasty Asian dishes too - noodle soups. Evocative coffee shop atmosphere with a lazy view of the links.

      1. re: PayOrPlay

        Pretty good Chinese Chicken salad, too.

      2. Someone should start a bowling alley food vs golf course food thread.

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        1. re: PaulF

          ahahahahahahah. do it.

        2. the breakfast sandwich at Hansen Dam golf course in pacoima. fried egg, crisy tasty bacon, etc. great! better than any "breakfast" sandwhich anywhere.

          1. lacc makes a mean hot dog. but getting in there is the problem.

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            1. re: logan

              Would it be possible for you to be more describtive of that hot dog and lacc?

            2. angeles national has some good stuff - once the build the clubhouse it should be better.

              spam musubi!

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              1. re: nn91604

                My son likes the steak sandwich at the golf course in South Pasadena -- Arroyo something? In any case it's a very quiet, pleasant little restaurant. And although the former Eatz (now Los Feliz Cafe) was never a bastion of fine food, it's a good cheap place for an outdoor breakfast or burger, and very kid-friendly.

              2. Of the private clubs, Hillcrest is known for the best food (but not a great course). At one time, the chef from the old Chasens worked there. They even had the chili and banana cake for a little bit. Once a month, they do this over-the-top fabulous Sunday brunch with a blinz station. They also have this special occasion dinner with this huge grill in the patio that is fantastic. Probably the best lemonade EVER with a little cream on top.

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                1. re: Frank_Santa_Monica

                  Griffith Park has Korean snacks in the on course snack shop. DDuk and Korean -type sushi. The grilled sandwiches and fries in the clubhouse are pretty good too. And Rose is the best!

                2. The tri-tip sandwich at the turn at Simi Hills is fantastic. I also hear that the restaurant at The Lakes (executive course) in El Segundo is quite good too.