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Photos: Bison Burgers, Savory Smoothies And Gluten-Free Sweets At Stamp Proper Foods

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Stamp Proper Foods opened up in Los Feliz this Spring, giving locals a bright space to veg out and enjoy health-focused eats. And because of their close proximity to Griffith Park, the restaurant and marketplace makes for a perfect spot to pick up picnic items.

In addition to delicious gluten-free, vegan, and paleo-friendly dishes, Stamp Proper also sells books, housewares and other vintage finds from local flea markets. And because Catherine Baker, who owns the restaurant with her husband David, is from the Pacific Northwest, you'll also find coffee and cold brew from Stumptown Roasters.

Baker is also a former model, who since leaving the industry has taken a more sustainable approach to health and wellness -- hence the juices, gluten-free goodies, and power food packed eats on the menu. Some of our favorite dishes included the bison chili and bison meatloaf sandwich (bison is much leaner and tastier than beef), as well as the surprisingly good tomato and berry smoothie with basil. There are also almond flour desserts and a wide selection of hangover-friendly breakfast items.

Here's a peek at what we ate.

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