Recs for Woodland Hills & Vicinity

Dog-sitting for a friend in Woodland Hills for a week. Where should I eat?

I’m not big on Indian but literally anything else is up for grabs.

Brothers Sushi comes to mind.

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+1 Brothers Sushi.

There’s a Lodge Bread on Ventura Blvd, just west of DeSoto.

Personally I like the salads at Stonefire Grill. Range in size from small to humongous. They paired down the menu during Covid but the salads are crave-worthy. Pizza sucks. Tri tip is tasty. ((Cough)) and breadsticks :slight_smile:

Cavarettas Italian Deli is pretty decent for sandwiches.

Go get beer at the White Harte

A serviceable bagel place is in WH. Old New York Bagel & Deli. Can’t speak to anything but the bagels.
https://oldnewyork.com/

Gasolina Cafe, for Spanish food.
I have not been, but someone on this board has (can’t remember who but you can do a search) and it has a pretty good reputation.

Tomato Pie Joint recently opened up on Topanga south of the boulevard.
https://www.tomatopiepizzajointmenu.com/

Blinkies Donuts is a local favorite.
Eater has them as a top donut shop in LA. They’re on KTLA all the time. I do like their Apple fritters, though they sell out quickly. Right near Tomato Pie.
https://www.blinkiesdonuts.com/

New York Chicken & Gyro has been recommended several times by our friend @Ns1 .

You could drive over to Brent’s Deli in Northridge. One of the best deli’s in LA Area.

There’s all kinds of stuff at the Villages, but I haven’t eaten at any of them.

Racking my brain here…

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Tel Aviv Grill opened up in Woodland Hills. Where Valley Circle becomes Mulholland, (just south of the 101 in that big shopping center that has a Bristol Farms. Just know that they will be closed on Fri & Sat.

Come to think of it, there’s also a Boiling Crab in that same shopping center.

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Recommend Tavern Tomoko, https://www.taverntomoko.com/food-drink-menu-agoura-hills.