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Food, Happenings

These L.A. County Restaurants Made Yelp’s Top 100 in the Nation

February 21, 2018 by Juliet Bennett Rylah

Howlin’ Rays Photo: Michael Saechang/flickr cc

Yelp has released their Top 100 Places to Eat in the U.S. list for the fifth year in a row, revealing quite a few contenders from the state of California.

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According to Yelp, their data science team comes up with the list by factoring in both ratings and the total number of reviews, thus determining the top-rated and most popular establishments. If a restaurant with multiple locations makes the cut more than once, only that restaurant’s highest ranking outpost will appear on the list. Additionally, an establishment has to be primarily a restaurant to make the final cut, meaning a highly rated cocktail lounge that just happens to serve bar bites wouldn’t be included.

Notably, over 35 restaurants on the list are from California, including the top spot, which went to TKB Bakery & Deli in Indio. Narrowing that down, the following 11 are in L.A. County:

4. Yo-Way, Gardena, CA: They serve sandwiches, frozen yogurt, smoothies, and juice.
17. 786 Degrees, Los Angeles, CA: They serve wood-fired pizzas.
18. King Mediterrano, Torrance, CA: Find Mediterranean and Greek food here.
25. Howlin’ Ray’s, Los Angeles, CA: There’s always a line at this Chinatown fried chicken shop.
38. Adobo Taco Grill, Lakewood, CA: A simple, casual Mexican eatery.
39. FurnSaj Bakery, Los Angeles, CA: This Granada Hills restaurant serves Lebanese cuisine.
54. Papa’s Best Sandwiches, San Dimas, CA: Papa’s is a casual sandwich shop in the San Gabriel Valley.
57: Big Al’s Pizzeria, Maywood, CA: As the name might imply, they’ve got pizza. But did you know a popular item is their Lebanese Garlic Chicken pizza?
64: Appu’s Cafe, Long Beach, CA: Appu’s serves vegan and vegetarian Indian food.
90: Mini Kabob, Glendale, CA: A small, independently owned Middle Eastern and Armenian restaurant.
96: NoHo Cafe, North Hollywood, CA: NoHo Cafe serves Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food.

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