It’s true, Los Angeles has a number of ritzy restaurants where it seems the only people who can afford to go there are celebrities. While, these restaurants exist, it doesn’t mean you still can’t enjoy good eats at affordable prices. So, if you are looking for affordable places to eat around LA here are the top 5 cheap eat spots to try in Los Angeles.
First on the list is Diddy Riese. If you love homemade cookies and if you love ice cream, you are going to love Diddy Riese. Mix and match cookies with ice cream flavors to create one of the best ice cream sandwiches you’ve ever had. If you’re not in the mood for some ice cream, just enjoy the cookies - for less than $5 you can get a dozen of the best cookies around! For menu options check out www.diddyriese.com
Interestingly enough, right next to Diddy Riese is another cheap eats spot that offers up some fantastic food - Fab Hot Dogs. If you love hot dogs, this is definitely a place you want to head to. Enjoy a dog in too many variations to name. Choose from a turkey dog, veggie dog, even a dog deep-fried and wrapped in bacon! Another benefit to this location is that it’s open late. From Thursday through Saturdays it’s even open until 2am so it’ll be sure to satisfy your late night cravings.
Who says that eating cheap means you need to forsake the chic and hip environment that Angelino’s love? At Urbnmrkt, they believe you can get the best of both worlds. With sandwiches and burgers for as little as $5 as well as monthly specials that are even cheaper, this is a great place to go to if you are on a budget and still enjoy delicious food. While you’re here, enjoy the atmosphere as you eat lunch or sip on your iced coffee. For more information check out www.urbnmarket.com
If you’re visiting Los Angeles, eating Mexican food is a must. Some of the most authentic dishes are going to be found in East LA and La Azteca Tortilleria offers some of the best tortillas around. In fact, this location is actually a tortilla factory. However, there is counter service and two small tables. We recommend ordering your food and then head to the nearest park and enjoy your authentic Mexican food in the California sun.