Anthony Bourdain has 48 hours to eat the best food that LA has to offer. He stays at one of Hollywood's most luxurious and legendary hotels, Chateau Marmont.Go to Episode
Premier emporium of pop culture in LA since 1974. Best-kept LA secret with wind-up toys and tiki collectibles, it's a 1- stop shop for hipster accessories and brick-a-brack.
4633 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Ham Ji Park
Tony meets friend and owner of Kogi truck, Roy Choi. They start with side dishes. Ham Ji Park is famous for 3 dishes (pork belly, pork spare ribs marinated in spicy pepper paste, and pork stew).
3407 W 6th St, Ste 101-C, Los Angeles, CA 90020
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Their house special is cold noodle soup.
3185 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006
At this old-school, traditional Korean restaurant, Tony drinks some makali (a fermented rice drink), and samples chicken gizzards and spicy octopus.
3317 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90020
This laid-back lounge offers one of the best preserved interiors in LA, and serves beer and Korean-style fried chicken.
3198 1/2 W 7th St, Los Angeles, CA 90005
Set up like an old-school cafeteria/diner, Philippe is best known for its "French-dipped" sandwich. The breakfast of choice: cake donuts, along with 10-cent coffee.
1001 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
This bar starts pouring at 6 a.m. Recommended for beer and whiskey.
131 E 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Tony joins a tour that specializes in grizzly tragedy and deaths in LA, from the notorious to the obscure.