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Thread: South Bay Restaurants: What are the best bets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianmonsta View Post
    Rice Things - Japanese
    El Burrito Jr., Los Muchachos (a little pricey but worth it), Sions - Mexican
    Underground, Fat Face - Pub Food
    Beach Hut - Hawaiian
    Big Mikes, Grannys, Ashleys, Beckers - Sandwiches
    Paisanos - Pizza
    Pollo Grill - Peruvian
    Rods Charburger, Bobs Burgers (Harbor City) - Burgers
    Tacos El Gallito - Yellow Taco Truck on PCH in Wilmington
    Harrys Oklahoma Style BBQ - BBQ (Lomita)
    heh, one of my best friends' parents own Pollo Grill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBUke View Post
    New Orleans Grill Hermosa (blows Ragin Cajun away)
    +1

    I like Ragin Cajun's red beans and rice better, but everything else at New Orleans Cafe is much, much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmmcammy View Post
    heh, one of my best friends' parents own Pollo Grill.
    Hook it up for the next LGK pickup. They can sponsor us!

    With food!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SloMo26 View Post
    Hmmm.....Anaslime Cop Car in San Pedro picking up lunch.......I just might be able to swing that......
    I don't think anyone would care. I have seen LBPD cars there before, and Port Police as well. They are all more concerned about getting their sandwich on

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishMonger View Post
    Busy Bees really has the best sandwiches ever. Used to go there quite a bit. Always a good decision.

    For breakfast, my reg spot on the weekends is the Country Touch Cafe in Torrance. It's on 190th between Prairie and Crenshaw, and its location is... well, questionable, to say the least. It's right across the street from the Mobile refinery. However, it's a cute, clean family run place with great staff and owners. Really feels like a diner, not an uptight place, very personal. Spanish Deluxe omelet is awesome, get that.

    For a smaller, more personal dinner, I like Creme de le Crepe, which is actually just up from Ragin Cajon on Pier in Hermosa. Last time I went the, (been 6 months or so) there was still no corking fee, so being your own wine, they're happy to give you glasses. If you want an appetizer, I'd recommend the tomato bisk soup. Why? I ****ing hate tomatoes. I mean hate them. If I could wipe them off the face of this planet, I would, apathetic to how many people would be thrust into a state of starvation. Their tomato bisk soup is incredible. Their crepes are pretty bleeding good too.

    Large group, laid back dinner: The Lazy Dog at the new east, out door side of DelAmo. It's crowded enough to be a good atmosphere, but not like Macaroni Grill where everyone has to yell to hear eachother. I was going there to watch the playoff games, since a couple of the bartenders like hockey. Also have decent house beers and happy hour.
    The trick with Lazy Dog is you call 30 minutes ahead and let them know you are coming, and they will take care of it like that. I love to piss the people in lie off like that.

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    I've only been there once, but I remember really liking Rizzo's Pizza on Sepulveda (not far from El Paso Cantina)...

    Also - Lomeli's in Gardena...yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmmcammy View Post
    heh, one of my best friends' parents own Pollo Grill.
    right next to our place - pollo saltado ftw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingsFanKat View Post
    I've only been there once, but I remember really liking Rizzo's Pizza on Sepulveda (not far from El Paso Cantina)...

    Also - Lomeli's in Gardena...yum!
    My team went to Rizzos a few times when i played in Torrance. The first time I went with them, the girl asked if we just finished playing hockey... she could smell it. good times.

    Anyways, it's good, especially the All-You-Can-Eat pizza/pasta/breadsticks on Monday nights, though I think it may be like $10 now or something. It was $7 back in the day. Still, really good stuff.

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    Rizzo's breadsticks are awesome, and their salads are good too.

    I agree about Lomeli's. It is a huge favorite of my wife... very small place thoug in a strip mall, so at times you have to wait. Worth the wait.

    I also like the pizza at Hank's Pizza in South Torrance near PCH and Hawthorne. It has a sweet crust that is really great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingsFanKat View Post
    I've only been there once, but I remember really liking Rizzo's Pizza on Sepulveda (not far from El Paso Cantina)...

    Also - Lomeli's in Gardena...yum!
    Gotta Love the Garlic twists, and the pizza is not half bad either. Just too far of a drive, cause by the time I get home, the pizza is cooling down

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