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Good 24 hour restaurants.

Mario Jul 10, 2000 01:58 AM

I like Jerry's deli. Are there any others? Please, if there is a list out there somewhere, i'd like to get a look at it.


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    johnk RE: Mario Jul 11, 2000 03:03 AM

    I sometimes go to Sittons on Magnolia west of Lankershim in North Hollywood. It's not really that good, but it works, and there's a pretty interesting crowd - real "only in Hollywood" people, except they're also very East Valley too... There's sometimes a suburban metalhead vibe going on.

    I used to keep a list of late night munching on my website, but it's been down for a couple years...

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      laura RE: Mario Jul 11, 2000 06:44 PM

      There's really a little bit of everything out there. My notion of quality alters a tad at midnight, and these are the most obvious choices - I'm sure Pepper has more unique contributions!! :)
      Some of these may just be open real late...
      Steaks - Pacific Dining Car (downtown)
      Delis - Canter's (Fairfax) & Izzy's (Santa Monica)
      Italian - Damiano's (Fairfax)
      Thai - Toi (Hollywood)
      Coffee Shops - Pantry (downtown) & Swingers (Beverly & Santa Monica)
      Mexican - La Cabana (Venice)
      Eclectic - the standard (Sunset) & fred 62 (Los Feliz)

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        Pepper RE: laura Jul 11, 2000 09:36 PM

        You seem to have nailed a lot of the good ones. You could add to the list Suehiro in Little Tokyo for Japanese greasy-spoon food and the Shibucho on Third near Hoover for sushi (not quite the same as Tom's beloved downtown Shibucho, but good nonetheless.) Most of Thai Hollywood is open until 4 or so: Kruang Tedd, Ruen Pair, Sanamluang, Torung. Happy Valley serves great HK-style seafood in Chinatown until 3. And Mayor Riordan's forgettable Pantry is open 24/7. I sure do miss Ship's, though.

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        Jeepers RE: Mario Aug 2, 2000 12:33 AM

        My favorite is Piper's Restaurant on Beverly and Western in Koreatown. I've been going there for 15 years. It's inexpensive and serves good old American food with some Korean dishes thrown in. Good mashed potatoes! Good turkey burgers! Good breakfast!

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