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Cheap Eats 7 Ice cream sandwich Diddy Riese


Even on a chilly afternoon, the line for Diddy Riese can stretch around the block. It’s no wonder: At just $2, the massive ice cream sandwiches here are a serious steal. Choose any two freshly baked cookies (chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, peanut butter…you name it), then add a scoop of ice cream, with flavors ranging from vanilla bean to strawberry cheesecake chunk. à 926 Broxton Ave (310-208-0448, diddyriese.com). $2, cash only.


potatoes are stuffed inside a freshly grilled tortilla, accompanied by tangy red and green sauces for a hefty breakfast that’ll have you rolling out the door—no regrets. à 440 N Fairfax Ave (323-424-7485, cofaxcoffee.com). $6.50.


8 Dino’s Famous Chicken Dino’s Chicken & Burgers


It’s not called famous for nothing: This dish is a bona fide steal for those craving finger- licking poultry. A half plate of chicken arrives with two massive, charbroiled pieces of meat along with your choice of two sides; we’re partial to the fresh-cut fries and beans. You’ll need plenty of napkins, but it’s worth getting messy for. à Various locations (dinoschickenandburgers.com). $7.


9 Hakata ramen Shin-Sen-Gumi


Ramen usually starts as a cheap dish, but when the egg, extra soup, wontons and chashu (pork) are added, the price can climb well above $10. At Shin-Sen-Gumi, the Hakata ramen starts at $6.95 and comes with chashu, green onions and red ginger in a rich pork broth, enough for a complete meal on its own. Add-ons start at $1, so even if you tack on extra noodles and a couple of others, you’ll still come out under 10 bucks. à Various locations (shinsengumigroup.com). $6.95.


10 The House Dog Dirt Dog


We live for dirt (a.k.a. danger) dogs in L.A., those bacon-wrapped street dogs grilled on a cart that seem particularly enjoyable at 2am, when we’re three sheets to the wind. The brick-and-mortar Dirt Dog, near USC, serves up an option just as decadent as any cart offering, with onions, bell peppers and house- made Thousand Island bacon sauce, topped with ketchup, mustard, mayo and bacon bits. Yeah, more bacon. à 2528 S Figueroa St (213-749-1813, dirtdogla.com). $5.95.


15 October–December 2016 Time Out Los Angeles


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