Thursday November 12, 2009
There are dozens of restaurants, representing a variety of cultures and cuisines near the eight stations along the six-mile Edward R. Roybal Metro Gold Line Estside Extension. Sure there's awesome Mexican and Central American food. But there are also Japanese, Chinese, Cuban and American restaurants, bakeries, donut shops and pizza places. It's a gold mine of budget dining.
Just take the Eastside Extension on or after Nov. 15 and a world of flavors will be yours. Need inspiration? Watch our video on The Source at thesource.metro.net or (more directly) go to the Foodie Guide post.
For a free map listing some of the many terrific restaurants near the new Gold Line stations, visit metro.net/flavors.
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