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Like they say it's America's only store created just for drinkers. Although they don't sell any alcohol here, they have everything else imaginable related to drinking. From bar supplies to glassware, bar tools, cocktail mixers, and the world's largest selection of bitters. Huge section with draft beer dispensing equipment in case you want to put together your own kegerator for home.
about 3 hours ago
With all the boutiques and shops on La Brea, some new restaurants and cafes were bound to open up in this design district. One of my favorites in that corridor and overall in LA is Sycamore Kitchen. Opened by the same owners as Hatfield's this is the neighborhood joint you want to go to even if this is not your neighborhood. It's a casual place that opens for breakfast at 8am. They serve in house baked goods, salads, sandwiches, quiches, Stumptown coffee, and more up until 5pm only.
about 3 hours ago
The third installment by the team behind Yardbird and Ronin is called Sunday's Grocery. Located in up and coming Kennedy Town, it's a twist on the NYC style corner bodega. Here you can buy whiskey and other liquor that they serve at Ronin and Yardbird along with other merchandise like magazines, shirts, juice, condiments and a handful of prepared food items. While I visited I ordered the KFC (Korean Fried Chicken, not the Colonel), the chicken sando (sandwich), the falafel sandwich, market chips, and pickles. All were fantastic of course but my favorite was the chicken sando. To wash it down I had some Wilkinson Ginger Ale from Japan. Sunday's isn't close to an MTR stop so you definitely need to catch a bus, tram or taxi there. It's worth the visit for the food and possibly picking up some sake to go!
about 4 hours ago
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