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Food

Help a 'hound dine off the Orange Line

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In the Venn diagram of "foodies" and "public transit users" all those who fall in the intersected areas, this one's for you. It comes from a post that went up today on the Chowhound LA boards, from someone who has noticed a bit of a gap in good eats that can be got to from the Orange Line. It's pretty simple; they're looking for "good chow walking distance or a short bus ride from the Orange Line stops" (which are conveniently listed out in their board post, nice!). We've got the line's starting point, NoHo Arts, somewhat covered, but what about from here to eternity Woodland Hills, just off the busway's path?