The Go Metro Dining Map continues to grow – it’s now 38 restaurants deep – as Source readers and Metro riders send us their suggestions for the best places to grab a bite near transit.
One of the newest suggestions for a Gold Line adjacent restaurant is La Abeja, recommended for its “delicious Mexican breakfast and lunch” by StevieB. La Abeja is a short walk from the Heritage Square/Arroyo Station.
Yours truly also added what I consider to be a minor Los Angeles institution – Skooby’s Hot Dogs. Forget the line at Pink’s and take the Red Line to Hollywood/Highland. Skooby’s is just three blocks east of the station and offers the best hot dogs, fresh-cut french fries and freshly made Arnold Palmer’s in the city (in my opinion). Get the Quesadilla Dog and thank me later. Another plus – this hole-in-the-wall has a nice urban vibe and it’s open late.
So far the Gold Line is the culinary winner with 17 restaurants suggested along the line while the Red Line comes in a close second with 15.
The Blue Line is looking really lonely with just two suggestions, and only one of them is outside of downtown L.A. , so here’s today’s challenge:
Tell us your favorite place to eat along the Blue Line.
It’s Metro’s longest rail line, there’s gotta be some gems hidden along the way. Fill out this quick form, leave a comment or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you shoot us an email, write RESTAURANT in the topic field and please include a sentence or two about why you recommend a particular restaurant.
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