Photo courtesy of Mohawk Bend
Photo courtesy of Mohawk Bend

The Hit ListLos Angeles

The October Hit List: Mohawk Bend, Edobox, Berbere, and More


When summer winds down in the rest of the country, we’re still enjoying an endless string of sunny, warm days. And it makes dining outside on all of the extended patios and outdoor tables that much more enjoyable. While a lot of dining rooms have reopened, masks still are recommended at most places, and many restaurants want to see proof of vaccination before entering. Which, just a reminder that as of Oct. 7, you’ll need to show that you got the shot to enter all bars, distilleries, wineries, lounges and nightclubs.

After all, you don’t want to miss all the experiences, whether Aussie-inspired brekkies on Larchmont, bento boxes from a Morimoto protege, tropical cocktails in Santa Monica, or Zankou’s iconic chicken (finally) in DTLA. Find those and a lot more to explore in this month’s Hit List.

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