A Guide to LA's Greatest Diners, Dives, Cafeterias, and Coffee Shops!
hungry? is one of two new Glove Box Guides from Really Great Books: a new series with the real lowdown on the best eats. hungry? irreverently gives natives, longtime residents and new initiates alike the inside scoop on what's good, what makes it good and why it's a good idea to eat there.Serving up a healthy dose of insider attitude, hungry? demystifies Los Angeles neighborhoods by exploring this diverse city's unifying thread: food. From Mongolian barbecue to tandoori ovens, from hot dogs to green corn tamales, hungry? treks from downtown to the inner city to the outer limits to give readers the lowdown on -- prices -- atmosphere -- food quality -- menu variety -- health department ratings -- availability of astrology vending units, iron claw machines and free postcards Chatty and intimate, hungry? gives the reader the feel of already being in the know, with interesting trivia, sidebars and edible tours with local celebrities, making this a guidebook not only for Angelenos, but for the city's myriad annual visitors.Defined by regions, hungry? includes the Westside, Hollywood, East Hollywood, Downtown, Central Los Angeles and East Los Angeles, plus road trips to the San Fernando Valley, the San Gabriel Valley, the South Bay and a couple of select eateries behind the Orange Curtain.Specializing in neighborhood-type eateries where a meal can be had for under $10 (or slightly more if the atmosphere warrants a visit), hungry? is the directory for everything from ethnic cuisine to California coffee shops, with all the info any hungry person needs to fill up. Mmmm