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What's good to eat in the fashion district?

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My sister is coming to visit and wants to go to the garment district. Any recommendations for a light, but delicious lunch? TIA

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  1. Tiara Cafe would probably be perfect for your needs. Or there are always bacon wrapped hot dogs from the street vendors!

    1. Off the top of my head, within a reasonable proximity, there's the Santee food court, which actually has not-bad Indian and kebab places, Angelique, (French and, these days, getting REALLY mixed reviews) , Bar-B-Kosher, (Middle-Eastern and is actually kosher) Tiara (Fred Eric; further I saith not) , Wodden Spoon (Brazilian, sorta) , the Italian place next to it (the name of which escapes me help me out, hounds) various taquerias, of varying quality (the closest I've tried is Tacos Guererro, at 8th & Broadway, which is OK) and depending on where you are and when, at least one bacon-wrapped-hot-dog-guy. Anyone else wanna chime in here?

      1. A Peruvian place named Saya got mentioned in a recent topic; don't know if this qualifies as 'light'. Of course I gotta plug St. Vincent Court for Persian, Lebanese, Greek and Armenian - my kind of light :-).

        Fashion district food info: http://www.fashiondistrict.org/show.a...
        Downtown map: http://dcbid.cartifactmaps.com/

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        Angelique Cafe
        840 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

        Wood Spoon
        107 W Ninth St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

        Tiara Cafe
        127 E 9th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

        St. Vincent Court
        314 W 7th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

        Bar-B-Kosher
        113 E 9th St, Los Angeles, CA 90015

        1. Great tips--any suggestions for what is best at Tiara, Wood Spoon, St. Vincent Court or Saya? Thanks, hounds.