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Newsletter: ‘Gay restaurants’ stand proud

The top food stories from this week at the Los Angeles Times:

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Guests talk over dinner during the evening service at Casita del Campo, a popular Mexican restaurant in Silver Lake.
(Silvia Razgova / For The Times)

A GAY OLD TIME

Ben Mims finds his tribe at some of L.A.’s gay bars and restaurants. Or: where to celebrate Pride Month.

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Derry Brown showcases one of four dishes he and fellow inmates prepared for their graduation dinner.
(Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times)

QUENTIN COOKS

John Birdsall reports on a cooking class for inmates at San Quentin State Prison.

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Dishes at Tartine Bianco include, clockwise from left, grilled chicken oysters and hearts with XO sauce; butter bean hummus; marinated olives; lamb shank; rotisserie chicken; and chicken liver toast.
(Silvia Razgova / For The Times)

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THE BREAD LINE

Patricia Escárcega gets in line at Tartine Bianco, the new bakery-driven project from Chad Robertson and Chris Bianco at ROW DTLA.

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Salads, sea bass, oysters, cannoli, ravioli and asparagus at Alameda Supper Club.
(Silvia Razgova / For The Times)

BIANCO WEST

Bill Addison sits down at Alameda Supper Club, Bianco’s restaurant in the Manufactory.

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A map of where to eat in the San Fernando Valley.
(Rachel Sender / For the Times)

IN PRAISE OF THE SFV

Amy Scattergood tours the San Fernando Valley and finds 24 places to eat very, very well.

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Our 101 Restaurants We Love list for 2018 is out. The list incorporates restaurants and trucks from around Los Angeles and Orange County, in alphabetical order (no rankings this time). Plus there’s a bonus list of 10 classic restaurants.

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