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The 50 best L.A. spots for delicious cheap eats


EASTSIDE


❑ Belcampo Meat Co. The vendor offers a $6 Fast burger made with prime grass-fed beef. à 317 S Broadway (213-625- 0304) · 8053 W 3rd St (323- 937-0170) · belcampo.com


❑ Blue Window Everything at this walk-up spot adjacent to Mud Hen Tavern is $7, but we’re especially fond of the Spaghetti Yo’s. à 742 Highland Ave (323-378- 5686, bluewindowla.info)


❑ Dino’s Chicken and Burgers It’s all about the charbroiled chicken and fresh-cut fries here. à 2575 W Pico Blvd (213-380- 3554, dinoschickenandburgers .com)


❑ Guisados


The line for Guisados’ tacos—$2.75 to $3 a pop—is a commitment worth the wait. à 2100 E Cesar E Chavez Ave (323-264-7201, guisados.co)


❑ Jaraguá


Feast on affordable bean-and-cheese pupusas at this popular Salvadoran spot. à 4493 Beverly Blvd (323-661- 1985, jaraguarestaurant.com)


❑ Madame Monsieur The small French café serves fantastic sandwiches, including a killer croque-madame.


à 512 W 6th St (213-239- 9440, madamemonsieurla.com)


❑ Mariscos Jalisco This Boyle Heights classic is known for serving arguably the best fried- shrimp tacos in town. à 3040 E Olympic Blvd (323- 528-6701)


❑ O Banh Mi Open from noon to 4pm daily, O Banh Mi is responsible for an incredible, fiery banh mi sandwich. à 1997 Hyperion Ave (323- 665-1941)


❑ Philippe the Original Revel in a L.A. staple with a decadent French dip sandwich at Philippe’s. à 1001 N Alameda St (213- 628-3781, philippes.com)


❑ RiceBar


There are tons of rice bowls to choose from, but the iced buko and $5 breakfast buffet are crucial items. à 419 W 7th St (213-807- 5341, ricebarla.com)


❑ Sapp Coffee Shop An East Hollywood favorite serves a flavor bomb in the form of jade noodles. à 5183 Hollywood Blvd (323- 665-1035, sapp.menuto eat.com)


❑ Shin-Sen-Gumi Starting at an affordable $6.95, the Hakata ramen is a soul-warming bowl for the masses.


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à 132 S Central Ave (213-687- 7108, shinsengumigroup.com)


❑ Via-Mar Seafood Restaurant Affordable ceviche tostadas are the way to go at Via-Mar in Highland Park; dine in alfresco. à 5111 N Figueroa St (323- 255-4929)


WESTSIDE


❑ Bay Cities Italian Deli You’re getting the Godmother, duh—a behemoth Italian sammie. à 1517 Lincoln Blvd, Santa Monica (310-395-8279, baycitiesitaliandeli.com)


❑ Cofax


Cofax might serve the best breakfast burrito in town— and at less than $7, it’s a genuine steal. à 440 N Fairfax Ave (323-424- 7485, cofaxcoffee.com)


❑ Con Sabor Pupuseria Queso, artichoke, revueltas—all the pupusas here are winners. à 5105 Venice Blvd (323- 936-0231)


❑ Diddy Riese Satisfy your sweet tooth with a massive ice cream sandwich in Westwood. à 926 Broxton Ave (310-208- 0448, diddyriese.com)


❑ Irv’s Burgers An iconic hamburger stand offering thick


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burgers on the cheap; plus custom doodles on every plate? We’re in. à 7998 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood (323-650-2456, irvsburgers.com)


❑ Kogi Taqueria Visit the brick-and-mortar or truck location of Roy Choi’s famed Kogi for a kimchi quesadilla. à 3500 Overland Ave, #100 (424-326-3031, kogibbq.com/ taqueria)


❑ Leo’s Tacos Truck Legendary al pastor tacos for $1.25 a pop—need we say more? à 1515 S La Brea Ave (leostacostruck.com)


❑ Sack Sandwiches Gourmet sandwiches run the gamut here, but the cold fried chicken is our favorite, hands down. à 8915 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood (424-777-0113, sacksandwiches.com)


❑ Sunny Blue SoCal’s first omusubi shop sells the Japanese rice balls in options like spicy salmon and miso beef. à 2728 Main St, Santa Monica (310-399-9030, sunnyblue inc.com)


❑ Tamara’s Tamales Tamara’s is an inventive tamale spot with a big menu and small prices. à 13352 W Washington Blvd, Culver City (310-305-7714, tamarastamales.com)


❑ Top Round It’s all about the slow- roasted beef here, like the classic beef-and-cheese on an onion bun. à 1000 S La Brea Ave (323- 549-9445, toproundroast beef.com)


VALLEYS


❑ Beijing Pie House Small pies come four to an order. We love the fennel- and-pork variety. à 846 E Garvey Ave, #3A, Monterey Park (626-288-3818)


❑ Elena’s Greek Armenian Cuisine Shish kebab plates abound at this beloved Glendale spot. Try the chicken or the quail. à 1000 S Glendale Ave, Glendale (818-241-5730, elenasgreek.com)


❑ Joe’s Falafel Load up on falafel and gyros at Joe’s in Studio City. à 3535 Cahuenga Blvd West, suite 105 (323-512-4447, joesfalafel.net)


❑ Mario’s Italian Deli The Bad Boy sub with pastrami attracts diners in droves. à 740 E Broadway, Glendale (818-242-4114, mariosglendale.com)


❑ Mian To curb a spicy- noodle craving, there’s no better (or more affordable) spot in the


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