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The January Hit List: Ka’teen, Clark Street Diner, Quarter Sheets, Petit Trois, and More


Happy new year! It’s 2022. It’s also January, which means the nights are chilly — and best combatted with a warming bowl of noodle soup or a heaping plate of saucy pasta. This Hit List has you covered on those fronts, including plenty of promising options for outdoor dining on account of Omicron. There’s Ka’teen, a new blockbuster Yucatán restaurant from Wes Avila; Clark Street Diner, Clark Street Bakery’s revamp of 101 Coffee Shop; pizza and cake in Echo Park, and more. (Just make sure to keep tabs on where you’re headed — with restrictions and infections changing quickly, last-minute closings are commonplace.) On your mark, get set, go.

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