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Mac & Cheese Maven: In the Mountains, with a Salt & Vinegar Potato Chip Crust

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Southern Californians love their mac and cheese. There's a mac and cheese dedicated restaurant in downtown, there's a menu item at one eatery that relates it to drugs, some deep fry it balls and other shapes and we even put it in grilled cheeses.

One might not think of Agoura Hills as home to one of the more talked about gastropubs in the Los Angeles region, yet it has accomplished just that. 35 miles from downtown Los Angeles, Ladyface Alehouse and Brasserie can be found at the edge of Agoura Hills, set next to the Santa Monica Mountains -- in fact, the view from the patio faces Ladyface Mountain.