Food & Drink

Where to eat LA's best new sandwiches this weekend

Published On 10/16/2014 Published On 10/16/2014
Hero Shop
Faith & Flower
Holy Cow BBQ
Fig & Olive
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1. Hero Shop 130 E 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

These Central City East sammy-slingers know how to craft a tasty 'wich, with options like the Cold Cut, BBQ Pork, and Blood Sausage & Peppers, not to mention their salads and mouth-watering rice bowls.

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2. Faith & Flower 705 West 9th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

A beautiful Downtown restaurant -- from a Michelin-award winning chef and the guys who founded the Pebble Beach Food & Wine fest -- Faith and Flower serves up a menu of seasonal dishes, classic staples, and a raw bar. The aphrodisiac seafood, vintage touches, and romantic décor, including hand mirrors and candles throughout the eating area, establish this as a prime date night spot.

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3. Holy Cow BBQ 264 26th St, Brentwood, CA 90402

Whether you're looking for rubbed-and-smoked pulled pork, baby backs, or house brisket and Texas toast, look no further than Holy Cow. The small, hip joint is a staple for locals. Try the tai-tip meat, twice-cooked fries, root beer candy and passionfruit iced tea.

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4. Fig and Olive 8490 Melrose Place, West Hollywood, CA 90036

The NY kitchen and tasting bar moves West, slinging their vaunted French and Mediterranean coast small plates (fig gorgonzola tartlet w/ prosciutto, imported Jamon Serrano, Saucisson Sec charcuterie), and entrees (porcini and gorgonzola Jamon Iberico ravioli).

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5. RivaBella 9201 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

From the dudes who brought you Katana and Boa comes a totally-enormous Italian trattoria, which, like Ari Gold, has taken over the Hollywood Hamburger Hamlet.