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Southern California Dining Guide - 2014/2015

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Since the "Eating Like A Local In L.A." thread has grown quite cumbersome (and a little dated), I thought we might try compiling a guide for those visiting So. Cal (and those of us living here) featuring restaurants we've actually gone to recently. From San Diego to Los Angeles to Santa Barbara to Bakersfield to Palm Springs, let's put together some of our favorite restaurants. Maybe it will work…maybe not, but all I can do is try.

Here is a place I've been to twice this month. AltaEats in Pasadena features shared appetizers and some terrific main dishes. Just about every dish we've had here is a winner. I put together a little report with photos on my website (link below).

Obviously, you don't need to go into this much detail, but it would be nice to get a fresh take on some of your favorite restaurants in So.Cal both for visitors and locals alike.

AltaEats
1860 North Allen Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91104
626.794.1162

http://travelswithmaitaitom.com/Tom_%26_Tracy_Home/Toms_%22Dining_Out%22/Entries/2014/2/20_Entry_1.html

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