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Loqui Taqueria and Van Leeuwen ice cream both started as trucks in San Francisco and Brooklyn respectively, and are now rocking their own brick and mortars inside the Platform, with amazing tacos and cold desserts steps from each other.
Will they try Instagram-famous foods like Raindrop Cake, or go for the safe stuff, like White Guy Pad Thai? It's become an LA staple, and for good reason: when it’s hot in the summer, you can cool off by getting damp from the lake’s fountain, and the teamwork it takes to drive one of the boats can be a make-or-break proposition.
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If you start in the Arts District, you can make your way from Mumford Brewing east towards Angel City Brewery (which generally has some sort of event or special going on) and over to the brand new Arts District Brewing (where you can play some Skee-Ball and grab some food at Fritzi).
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