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Eddie Lin's got 28.
Eddie Lin is the creator of Deep End Dining, the web’s go-to site for great writing about the entrées less ordered. He's sharing 28 places where you can discover LA's most exotic, uncommon and delicious food.
His guide Deep End Dining is part of Know What, an app that brings together our country's smartest most creative people to share their favorite things and places.
You get 400 amazing places out of thousands available. Then, an additional purchase adds all of Eddie's to your map.
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