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The 10 Best Restaurants In Highland Park, California
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The 10 Best Restaurants In Highland Park, California

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Highland Park has grown to be a creative center due to the high influx of young artists and students in the small Los Angeles community. The increased traffic has created space for new restaurants while also increasing the popularity of places that have been there for years. Whether you want sit-down service, takeout or street food, Highland Park has it all.
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Fusion Burgers

Fusion Burgers prides itself on being local and family-owned. Serving gourmet burgers, Fusion Burgers takes flavors from all over the world to create their own. Though they do have a classic hamburger on their menu, many will want to try one of their more innovative creations such as The Noir Burger: aillade, boschetto and pinot noir sauce. There is a juicy burger on the menu for everyone.

Fusion Burgers 5933 York Blvd, Highland Park, CA +1(323) 257-8705

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Penny’s Burgers

It’s tough to find perfect-seasoned french fries, but at Penny’s you can find just that. Often, locals will order a bag of french fries and pair it with thick and sweet house-made thousand island dressing. The menu includes burgers, menudo, french toast, teriyaki, burritos and much more. For fast, tasty variety, Penny’s has got you covered.

Penny’s Burger 6300 N Figueroa, Highland Park, CA, +1(323) 254-7223

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My Taco

‘Authentic Mexican Food and Catering,’ the subheading of My Taco, couldn’t be more honest. Any Mexican food craving can be satisfied here right here. My Taco is unique in that you can get all the meats offered at a taco truck without hunting down the truck. From lengua (beef tongue) to barbacoa (slow-cooked, barbecued meat), carne asada (steak) and even seafood, My Taco serves up Mexican food with all of its authenticity and variety.

My Taco 300 York Blvd, Highland Park, CA, +1(323) 256-2698

Monte 52

Hidden on the side streets of Highland Park is La Tropicana Market, a grocery, mini mart and liquor store. At the back of this market is Monte 52, a counter space where sandwiches, both hot and cold, are plenty. This is a deli sandwich place with variety, seeing as they also have tortas on the menu (beans, spicy salsa and your choice of meat in a Spanish baguette) alongside the classic BLT and Italian sub. To go along with the sandwiches they have soups, salads and french fries made to order.

Monte 52 5200 Monte Vista St. Highland Park, CA, +1(323) 344-0036

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Antigua Bread

A popular meeting spot for studying and a great place to grab takeout, Antigua Bread offers breakfast, lunch, dessert and snacks for the in-between. Whether you have a craving for pancakes or nachos, Antigua can help fill it. They also have a variety of cakes that you can purchase by the slice, as well as bread to take home. All bread and pastries are made in-house, and they have an assortment of coffee to pair with them.

Antigua Bread 5703 N Figueroa St. Highland Park, CA, +1(323) 259 9345

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Good Girl Dinette

Good Girl Dinette is a Vietnamese dive in the middle of Highland Park. Though the menu is small, their food is flavorful and of fresh quality. Good Girl Dinette serves pho, an array of salads and eggrolls. In addition to their lunch menu, Good Girl Dinette has a Vietnamese fusion brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. This is the only time of the week you can get their tasty turmeric dill hash.

Good Girl Dinette 110 N Ave 56 Highland Park, CA, +1(323) 257-8980

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Maximiliano

Maximiliano is a full-service Italian kitchen. With a quiet, artsy atmosphere and full sit-down service, it differs from the many dives around Highland Park. Dinner is available all week long, with brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. With a well-sized menu consisting of pastas, pizza and salad, Maximiliano does Italian beautifully. A colorful selection of wine and beer is available to pair with your meal. All dishes are shareable, which makes it easy to save room for dessert.

5930 York Blvd, Highland Park, CA, +1(323) 739-6125

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Kitchen Mouse

Vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free: this is the promise that Kitchen Mouse makes to their guests. One of the few brunch places in Highland Park, Kitchen Mouse offers delicious food that is fresh, healthy and filling. It started out as a catering company four years ago and recently opened in Highland Park as a brunch restaurant. They take a healthy and creative approach to everyday dishes and make them their own. They make healthy potato romesco tacos, and their pancakes are vegan. Kitchen Mouse is a dine-in restaurant that also offers takeout and catering.

Kitchen Mouse 5904 N Figueroa St., Highland Park, CA, +1(323) 259-9555

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The Highland Cafe

As a brunch dive, The Highland Cafe serves great, unique food including Challah French toast, a rare find in Los Angeles, complete with strawberries and powdered sugar. Alongside the French toast is an array of breakfast items as well as a significant lunch menu.

The Highland Café 5010 York Blvd Highland Park, CA, +1(323) 259-1000

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Elote Man on Avenue 57 and Figueroa

Highland Park has a great street food scene after dark. Corn-on-the-cob, taco trucks and other food trucks can be found all around Highland Park. Someone having trouble deciding what to eat can cruise down York Blvd. or Figueroa St. to find a food cart or truck that appeals to them.

Elote man, Intersection of Figueroa and Ave 57, Highland Park, CA