Jimmy Johns Sandwiches Locations & Hours Near Los Angeles, CA - YP.com

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By: Matthew R.
Mud Hen Tavern
I recently moved to the area and this place is just a few blocks away. Happy to say, it's become one of my neighborhood joints. I typically stick with the small plates since they're great to share with my significant other. Our favorites so far have been the fried oysters, the chicken and waffle croquettes, the spinach pierogi, the pumpkin ravioli and of course, the kaya toast. I'm all about the kaya toast and we've been known to get two orders on occasion. Also, and to pretend like we're being healthy, we'll order something green, such as the (crispy) brussels sprouts or the house salad. They have a terrific drink menu with cocktails that are too difficult or time consuming for me to make at home, (which is what I look for in a drink list). I can make my own, great old fashioned. I like trying a new drink every time I go. They also have a nice wine list when I'm in the mood for a glass.The service has always been great and the staff has always been friendly. I would recommend making a reservation before going since seating fills up pretty fast. Otherwise, get there once they open for dinner, like we usually do, and seating shouldn't be an issue.
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By: Nena H.
I arrived promptly for an interview. I used public transportation. The gate guard stated that interviews were at least 2 miles away. My computer told me that the interview address was 4700 S. Eastern Ave. I was dressed in a suit. I went to the other interview location, and I seemed totally overdressed. I was told that I was overdressed. I was dismissed and told that a UPS interview does not require a suit. We are trained in our work start program to dress for success. I dressed like it was an interview with a Federal agency. This is not a compliant, but a note instead to bring to attention that some interviewees are likely to ignore parking directions as they take public transportation. I CAN do the job. I'm sorry that I missed an interview with such a good company. I worked in a brickyard for approx. a year and my boss liked my work a lot before a lay off happened to our labor crew. NH
By: Jemmy H.
My Dung Sandwich Shop
I got the The Chicken biscuit sandwich. This sandwich is a chicken cutlet topped with gravy and a garnish (radishes?) on a biscuit. Cheeky sandwiches scores high in the flavor department. The chicken was crispy, moist and nicely seasoned. The biscuit was very god as well. Firm enough to keep a sandwich together but not dry. The one thing I didn't like about the sandwich was the radishes. They were vinegary and I could have done with out them. Aside from the food the service was fast and friendly. My order was done in about 5 minutes. I noticed a few things on the menu I would like to try on another visit. The "Ben-yays" and the po boy sandwich are both appealing. I'll be back to delve deeper into their menu.
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By: Yvonne L.
Traditional Korean Shaved Ice place located in the same plaza as Hae Jang Chon KBBQ. I came here with my friend on Monday night; the parking was really bad. We ended up parked at the lot across Hobart Blvd for $2 (Valet). We ordered the Gold Snow Bowl which came with red beans and two mochi at the side. The flavor was light and the texture of the ice is quite fine and moisture. The ice bowl cost $8.25+ tax, a bit pricey; but still worth trying for the tastes and their signature half-dome shaped presentation. For those who have sweet tooth, help yourself to get syrup from the counter. Too bad they do not have condensed milk available.
By: Silv communication ..
Yamashiro is an awesome restaurant and we have several parties there. The location and environment really good. For my personal events and also office parties we feel a home environment there.A very busy office like a leading calling solutions in USA, we work hard and waiting for our weekend party. We all like their starter foods, salads and desserts. As an employees of an international calling service provider company, we take a lot of trace in our mind/ head and after taking their food we all feel pleasure.Their cuisine and menus are hygienic and we all like to go there again and again to take the delicious foods.
By: Amy F.
Patio Burgers & Beer
Great little casual spot for good burgers and beer. There's basically no seating inside and only a smattering of tables on their patio (hence the name, I guess). We've never had much problem scoring a seat, though, and are never made to feel rushed once we're there. Loved their hamburger buns. Not sure I'd make a pilgrimage to this place, but if I lived in the 'hood it would be in this meat-lover's regular rotation, for sure.
By: Matthew R.
Canter's Fairfax Restaurant
The plates of pickles they give you when you sit are reason enough to visit. The menu is enormous and they have something for pretty much everyone. Huge salads and sandwiches that are the stuff of legends. The cobb salad is enough for two people to share. My old standard is ‘The Marilyn’ which is a simple grilled cheese and fries. The service is always great and hard to resist the bakery counter when paying the check.
By: Hilary B.
Otium is my new favorite go to spot downtown. The food in inventive, clean and delicious! The cocktails are top notch. If I could make one suggestion, it would be for them to broaden their wine list. They are limited when it comes to dry whites & rosés. Stick to their cocktails and you're set! Otium is a great place to hit before or after a show or if you've been to The Broad. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
By: Amy F.
Mud Hen Tavern
Reservations recommended for this place, where most of the seating is on an enclosed back patio. Another Susan Feniger delight, this is down-home fare with an upscale/global twist. I enjoyed the chicken and waffle croquettes, the shrimp and grits entree and a side of crispy brussels sprouts with lemon and whipped goat cheese. It was all delicious, including the cast-iron baked cookie dessert.
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By: Karla M.
Bikes And Hikes L.A.
This is such a great way to see the city. I personally grew up in Los Angeles but never really went out to see the city. Of course the trail was hard going up to Griffith Park but it was super fun hearing about the true stories of how it came about. Eric was such a great tour guy who is extremely humorous and very kind. Definitely recommended to anyone who wants a better peek of LA.

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