10 Old-School L.A. Restaurant Exteriors | KCET
10 Old-School L.A. Restaurant Exteriors
What better way to experience bygone visions of Los Angeles than through its restaurants? As these photos of old-school eateries reveal, L.A. has long been a great place to get good ol' American classics like burgers and sandwiches, but its roots are deep in cuisine imported from the rest of the world as well. Here's a look at ten L.A. restaurant exteriors as photographed between 1924 and 1949.
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