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Don't worry, you're not the only Angeleno checking into LAX on Foursquare a little less each year. With the economy's current state, booking a flight halfway around the globe has become more rare than a traffic-free 101. And, while we may not be racking up those airline miles, we have discovered a way to get our exotic fix without packing any bags: sampling the best international cuisines in our own zip codes.
Our top picks to do just that? These three new grub spots, inspired by Tuscany, Japan, and the good ol' U.S. of A. (okay, that one's a smidge less exotic). Discover them right here, along with a trio of copy-worthy looks to wear at each. But you'd better secure those
ticket reservations, stat — these dope destinations are about to be on the map.
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