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24-hour food

Does anyone have suggestions for the best 24-hour food in LA? This could be diners, bakeries, street food, even sno-cones -- as long as they're serving til the break of dawn, I'm interested. The wackier, the better. Thoughts?

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  1. Tommys Original Chili burgers, The Pantry for huge Breakfast, steaks etc. Hodori in K Town for korean food, Lucys Mexican food is 24-7

    1. Pacific Dining Car Downtown
      Ordoneze Mexican on Garfield
      J&S on Garfield
      The Pantry
      Fred 62
      Benitos Rolled Tacos on Santa Monica near Highland
      Canters on Fairfax
      DuPars on Fairfax at 3rd

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      1. re: Burger Boy

        The PDC in Santa Monica is also open 24/7. The downtown location closes for a few hours each month -- I think it's 2a-6a on the first Sunday, but don't hold me to that. The SM branch may also close once a month, but I don't know, because I haven't gotten stuck there, as I did a few years ago trying to get into the one on W. 6th with visions of that great filet and eggs in mind.

        1. re: sbritchky

          Most 24-hour places have a policy of closing for a few overnight hours once a month or so, for routine maintenance and to give the kitchen a thorough going-over.

          It's usually not scheduled, and it's damned annoying when you hit it on that one day.

      2. Is Dupar's still open 24 hours?

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        1. BCD Tofu House for the win! Many locations, as it's a chain, but where else can you get Korean soft-tofu at all hours of the morning? Only the Wilshire, Western and Garden Grove locations are 24/7.

          Here's their website:
          http://www.bcdtofu.com/

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          BCD Tofu House
          3575 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010

          BCD Tofu House
          869 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90005

          BCD Tofu House Restaurant
          9520 Garden Grove Blvd Ste 9, Garden Grove, CA 92844

          1. Los Tacos in West Hollywood for greasy Mexican food.