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new spots near pico and la brea?

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AC Sep 15, 2005 04:59 PM

I was picking up some rosocoe's last night and noticed the following places:

Maurice's Fried Chicken To Go
The Stakeout (cheese steak place)
Posh on Pico (not sure of the name of this place)

has anyone checked these places out. I hadn't been to roscoes in well over a year so they might not be that new.

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    Chowpatty RE: AC Sep 15, 2005 05:15 PM

    Posh on Pico is the only one I've been to -- it's a few months old. It looks like a coffeehouse, but it has a full menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner of Latin-influenced dishes. I had some nice eggs and arepas there and the spicy house burger was good too.

    Link: http://eatingla.blogspot.com/2005/05/...

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      annie RE: Chowpatty Sep 16, 2005 01:33 AM

      you might want to try Pasquale's on Venice near Hauser. great coffee, salads, breakfast, montreal bagels. yum.

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        hoodie RE: annie Sep 16, 2005 05:13 PM

        I think this place is actually on San Viciente, not Venice.

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      food good RE: AC Sep 15, 2005 06:02 PM

      I like Posh. Been there a few times. Good burger, good bfst, and they have some good desserts.

      Where is there a cheesesteak place?

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        jnovgirl RE: food good Sep 15, 2005 07:31 PM

        The cheesesteak place is Stake-Out (sic? -- as name is listed on the L.A. Public Health Website) Take-Out is at 5101 W Pico -- just west of La Brea. The sign was up long before it opened, but I think it opened just recently.

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        Alison B. RE: AC Sep 15, 2005 06:17 PM

        Did the Stake-out Take-out place even open? I've been driving by there for quite a while & never seen it actually open.

        Right next to Posh is the Sierra Bonita Cafe, which is my new favorite weekend spot (and was there first). Their breakfasts are tasty and inexpensive and their sandwiches look very tasty (I've yet to try them, but companions report that they are good). Their espresso is quite nice (rich taste, good crema), and their sticky buns are excellent.

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          gnarlex RE: AC Sep 15, 2005 06:20 PM

          The Stakeout is on the N/W corner of Pico and Redondo. Haven't been, have only seen.

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            jnovgirl RE: AC Sep 15, 2005 07:25 PM

            I've been remiss and haven't tried any of those, despite living in the neighborhood. But to add to the list, our neighborhood ass'n recently sent out an e-mail saying a new bakery -- I believe the name was "Maison du Pain" -- was to be opening on Pico around Hauser-ish, and there's a listing on the L.A. Public Health website with that name at 5373 W Pico -- anyone know anything about it?

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              zannat RE: jnovgirl Dec 11, 2005 03:19 PM

              haven't been to la maison du pain yet, but there was a great article about it in the la times on friday.

              also be sure to check out CJ's, a bustling greasy-spoon diner on Pico, a block west of Hauser. Their breakfast menu reflects the community's demographic -- in addition to the typical french toast/omelet fare, you can also get things like catfish and eggs and juevos con chorizo with warm tortillas.

              Link: http://www.latimes.com/news/printedit...

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              est RE: AC Sep 16, 2005 11:10 AM

              Maurice??? Is this a resurfacing of Maurice of Maurice's Snack 'n' Chat??? And thanks for Sierra Bonita info... i had no idea; can't wait to try!

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