Go Metro Dining Map. You are clearly an adventuresome lot that likes to eat. Great restaurant suggestions for a whole bunch of cuisines keep rolling in to the Go Metro Dining Map.
Like this one from Eric Jimenez for the Good Girl Dinette near the Gold Line Highland Park Station. His simple comment: “Delicious Vietnamese food” combined with a look at the menu on their website, certainly makes it sound like a find.
And then there’s Life Food Organic, which is a “Groovy food stop for the crunch vegan/raw palette,” according to Ana Haase-Reed. It’s near the Red Line Hollywood/Vine Station.
The debate continues on Cole’s vs. Philippe’s for best French Dip sandwich in L.A. (David Saw votes Cole’s; Kyle Jonathan Chang votes Philippe’s.) Cole’s is accessible from the Red and Purple lines and Philippe’s from the Gold — and is close to Union Station.
Pattiy Knox says she heads to the TAO Food Truck for lunch on Tuesdays when it’s parked two blocks from the Metro Red Line North Hollywood Station. (Find the daily sked on their website.) And at La Carreta near the Blue Line Vernon Station Matt Mason has found that “The quesadillas are the best, and the fish tacos are very good. The salsa bar is great, too. Augustus Hawkins Wetlands Park, one of the best parks in the city, is nearby, as well.”
We’re eager for more suggestions so send in your recommendations for lunch, dinner, cupcakes … whatever. Check out the Go Metro Dining Map (click the icon on the sidebar) and fill out the quick form — it’s the best way to get us the info or emails us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Write RESTAURANT in the topic field and please include a sentence or two about why you recommend a particular restaurant.
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