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Eye Nosh: From the Southbay to Hollywood

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LAist Featured Photos contributor Hinducow knows no boundaries of eating in the Los Angeles area. He submits these two dangerously delicious photos with these descriptions:

Tacos de atun Crudo: Ahi poke style blue fin tuna, roasted corn, fresh mango, cilantro, roasted red peppers, chile oil, guacamole, and crisp taco shells. Sounds yummy at Ortega 120 in Redondo Beach.

"Smac" and Cheese: Mac and cheese with peas and gruyere from [the newly opened 24-hour diner] Kitchen 24 in Hollywood.

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