Quiznos

411 S Main St Los AngelesCA90013
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Quiznos now offers over 25 NEW chef-inspired menu items, including grilled flatbreads, salads and wraps, and sub sliders! We also offer only all-natural chicken, freshly-sliced deli meats and artisan breads and cheeses! Quiznos is the perfect answer to your lunchtime Qraving!
by gogobot on July 22, 2015 from gogobot

Editorial Reviews

Bar Ama Restaurant Review:
Chef Josef Centeno’s Bar Amá is just down the street from his ultra-popular Bäco Mercat. Here he pays homage to his mother, grandmother and Tex-Mex roots with a menu featuring hearty fare like menudo and lengua carnitas, but prepared with a sense of style and sophistication. Puffy tacos are a specialty, and don't forget the pork belly chicharrón or enchiladas in mole. Other notable dishes...
by gayot on August 13, 2015 from gayot
Trois Mec Tops LA Mag's 10 Best New Restaurants List:
Coming off the heels of LA Weekly's 10 Best New Restaurants, Los Angeles Magazine has released its annual compendium of the 10 Best New Restaurants in Los Angeles. Organized by critic Patric Kuh, the list comes with an insider's guide on the dishes to order and other tips for dining out.

In first place is the same as LA Weekly's pick, Trois Mec, which also received a 10 Best nod from Esquire...
by eater on December 18, 2013 from eater
A Mixed Bag of Tricks at Josef Centeno's Bar Amá:
Josef Centeno's Bar Amá was one of the most buzzed about and anticipated openings of 2012. The chef, who earned a cult-like following at Lazy Ox Canteen and then at his very own Bäco Mercat, has received accolades and praise from critics and diners alike. With so much fanfare, Bar Amá had big shoes to fill, and while some believe Centeno's Tex-Mex hub on 4th Street Downtown lives up to the...
by eater on March 21, 2013 from eater
N/Naka's Affordable Dinner Special, Cocktail on Tap at Eveleigh, More!:
PALMS—N/Naka, a tiny kaiseki place run by chef Niki Nakayama (Azami), is usually a pretty pricey affair with tasting menus that start at $110 for a multi-course dinner. BUT, Grub Street says that Sunday nights, from January 27 through February 10, the restaurant is serving a $55 five-course menu with all proceeds going to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. For $30 extra one can add a wine...
by eater on January 10, 2013 from eater

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