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Restaurants open in W.L.A. or Brentwood on Xmas Day

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We are attending Les Miserables at The Landmark in West L.A. on Xmas day. Westside Tavern is closed. Would appreciate any suggestions. We are looking for an early dinner.
Thanks.

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  1. Obika Mozzarella Bar - Century City & Mayura Restaurant in Culver City will both be open.

    1. Juniors Deli is open

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      1. re: yogachik

        Thanks, Yogachik. I don't know why I didn't think of that. Perhaps it was just too obvious.:)

        1. re: maudies5

          Just a heads up the wait time at Juniors last Xmas was well over an hour. Hokkaido Seafood Buffet in the Westside Pavilion will be open and so is Gyu-Kaku and Hop-Li both on Pico just up the street. Shanghai Kosher Chinese (just no pork or shellfish) is east about 2 miles on Pico will also be open
          http://www.hokkaidoseafood.com
          http://hoplirestaurant.com
          http://shanghaikosher.com
          Happy Holidays.

          1. re: wienermobile

            Also http://www.factorsdeli.com/ 7 AM to 4 PM

      2. Thanks for the suggestions. Right now, I am thinking Chinese at Hop Li.

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        1. re: maudies5

          If you are thinking about Chinese on Christmas Day, I'd consider Mandarin Kitchen. It is just a bit further away than Hop Li, on the east side of Westwood Blvd. just south of Santa Monica Blvd. in the same minimall as Eduardo's. I believe they serve their lunch combos (soup -- they do a good hot'n'sour -- entree -- big portion with many selections -- and rice, all for a very inexpensive price) all the way until 5 p.m. While most of their menu is the usual westside Americanized Chinese, they have more authentic dishes, some on the menu and more in their repetoire if asked. I like their Mongolian beef and shrimp with assorted vegetables and garlic sauce. Their kung pao I find boring with a dull sauce and too much onion and bell pepper. They are very accommodating and have received some good reviews some time ago on this board.

          Just a note: for Jewish-style deli on the westside, there is a place on the south side of Pico just a few blocks east of Factor's (and Beverly) -- Label's Table -- that blows all the Junior's, Fromin's, Factor's, etc. away. Bigger and better sandwiches for several bucks cheaper -- about $8.50. Counter service.