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Map: 'Good Food' is Here, Here, and Here (& In Your Txt Msgs!)
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There are lists and lists and lists aplenty of where to eat in Los Angeles, many of the compiled by people considered to be the premier epicureans, culinary enthusiasts, and savvy eaters in the city. Not so much of a list but more of a curatorial effort is this evolving map of places you may have heard made mention on the KCRW airwaves during the weekly "Good Food" broadcast.
Three of the regular guests include Jonathan Gold, Eddie Lin, and Gustavo Arellano, who share tips on where to find the best of all sorts of kinds of dining experiences, from that soul-satisfying bowl of slurpy noodles, to late night tacos, or the more curious eats available. Color coded to show the picks of each of the three guests, the map can help you figure out where your next meal may come from--geographically speaking, that is.
And now there's a way to get the latest tip right in your txt msg inbox from the show's regular guest Gold: Text the "Good Food" to 69866 and get a text with the name, address and phone number of this week's restaurant.
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