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The Factory Kitchen - Los Angeles3274 reviews4.6Italian$$$$DowntownBooked 41 times today
Rossoblu1732 reviews4.6Italian$$$$DowntownBooked 19 times today
Providence3962 reviews4.9Seafood$$$$HollywoodBooked 14 times today
Orsa & Winston905 reviews4.7Japanese$$$$DowntownBooked 7 times today
Kali1357 reviews4.6Californian$$$$HollywoodBooked 13 times today
Manhattan Beach Post4004 reviews4.7American$$$$Manhattan Beach / Hermosa BeachBooked 63 times today
pasjoli245 reviews4.7French$$$$Santa MonicaBooked 23 times today
Baran’s 22391064 reviews4.9American$$$$Hermosa BeachBooked 18 times today
Le Comptoir162 reviews4.7American$$$$DowntownBooked 1 time today
Khan Saab Desi Craft Kitchen241 reviews4.7Indian$$$$FullertonBooked 7 times today
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Alhambra blends rich California history from the days before statehood with a vibrant, diverse community, resulting in some of the most delicious dining in the west San Gabriel Valley. Soda fountains and diners with Hollywood-style leather booths and long soda counters serve up classic mid-century American foods from homemade ice cream sodas and floats to burgers topped only with pickles and onions - hold the cheese. Nearby are restaurants specializing in several types of Asian cuisine. Bring a crowd to share spicy seafood served family-style or Korean barbecue cooked at your table. Alhambra also boasts several classic Chinese, Taiwanese and Vietnamese restaurants ranging from simple storefront locations to large food palaces devoted to elaborate meals.