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Yorba Linda - corner of Imperial Hwy and La Palma

Is there anything worth trying in that area? I go to Wholesome Choice once in a while. I noticed a In N Out, Cali Fish Grill, Guppy House and Knollwood.

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  1. How close do you need it? About 3.5 miles away is The Wild Artichoke http://www.thewildartichoke.com/ for chow worthy dinner.

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      1. re: OCSteve

        Wild Arthichoke has been on the list for a while but haven't had a chance to try.

        Love Tony's Little Italy and Farolitos. Rosines is pretty good for chicken as well.

        I was actually interested to see if I was overlooking anybody in the 3 mini malls on the specific corner.

        1. re: js76wisco

          You're not. There's a Knowlwood (blech) and a CA Fish Kitchen (which isn't bad) on the NE corner.

          1. re: Das Ubergeek

            So glad to see you are back DU! I missed you.

      1. I also shop at Wholesome Choice and then I go over to Placentia for excellent Mexican food at El Farolito. If I didn't go there...I would check out some of the other Mexican food in Placentia...particularly Seafood, it seems. Also, i just heard there is a good deep dish chicago style pizza also in Placentia. If not I would head to Slaters 50-50 and have a burger, martini and onion rings!

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        1. re: chewbacca

          The Chicago-style pizza is at Tony's Little Italy, and I love it. Opinions on here vary widely, but I think it's a great pie and a good representation of Chicago-style pizza. Be prepared to wait at least 45 minutes for your order.

        2. There is the Original Slaters 50/50 which I have to admit was pretty tasty. I especially like their bacon mac and cheese balls.

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          1. re: A5 KOBE

            +1 for Slater's. For what it's worth, I actually prefer the all-beef patty to the 50/50, but I like my burgers medium rare. Bacon in the patty means they have to cook the patties more.

          2. Well Foxfire Restaurant, the infamous cougar den, is just on the other side of the 91. Pho Vina in the Wholesome Choice shopping center serves a decent bowl of pho.

            1. If you're craving pizza, try Out of the Park Pizza in the same Center as In N Out. They have some interesting pizzas (I love the one with fried eggs, but I don't remember the name of it) and a pretty good beer selection.

              1. Out of the Park Pizza, though the beer is better than the pizza. I love Sushi Noguchi, which is on YL Blvd. and Imperial Hwy. If you head south toward Orange there's more stuff, like Mattern Sausage, and north in Brea there's TAPS.