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Thanks folks.  Made it to both Sqirl and Woon yesterday -- Sqirl was good, but I wouldn't wait in line for it (there was a line out the door at 3PM in the drizzling rain (do people in LA not have jobs?)), and I really liked the noodles at Woon.

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Thanks folks.  Made it to both Sqirl and Woon yesterday -- Sqirl was good, but I wouldn't wait in line for it (there was a line out the door at 3PM in the drizzling rain (do people in LA not have jobs?)), and I really liked the noodles at Woon.

Lot of people in LA have downtime between auditions and performances.

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We’re in town August. If we were to get a babysitter, what would be a really nice place to go? Sushi would be especially interesting for us...

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It's not sushi, but Bavel was one of the most enjoyable meals I had this year.  (You might have knowledge and experience leading you to call bullshit that I don't have, though.)

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Michelin's California guide is crammed with one star sushi restaurants in LA. On the West Side, Mori is dependable.   https://la.eater.com/maps/los-angeles-michelin-restaurants-stars-2019-map

If you want a less expensive but quality sushi experience, any of the outposts of Sugarfish are reliable.

Curiously, many LA sushi restaurants are owned by Koreans.  https://www.vice.com/en_asia/article/59wxed/why-korean-sushi-is-better-than-japanese

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It's not sushi, but Bavel was one of the most enjoyable meals I had this year. (You might have knowledge and experience leading you to call bullshit that I don't have, though.)

The photos look really nice but middle eastern would be a hard sell after Easter.

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I just realised I never gave feedback here. What did we do? We ended up hanging out both days with old friends in Altadena. I bought wine from a nice store in Pasadena on the way, and dinner assembled from whole foods. Their place had a kidney shaped pool (incl. giant inflatable flamingo) and a bunch of cactus plants and is frequently visited by bears. I think we had the perfect LA experience TBH. 

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