Eating cheaply along the Expo Line with the 99 Cent Chef


Billy Vasquez, who blogs as the 99 Cent Chef, lives within walking distance of the new Expo Line route. He offers a night-and-day culinary guide updated with this week's extension into Culver City.

This is not a typical boring travelogue, but a feast for the eyes in which The 99 Cent Chef pulls out all the f-stops!...

From my home in the Village Green, I can walk to L.A.'s latest transportation option, the Expo Line - so now my visitors can ride along with the Chintziest of Commuters to get a cheap-eyed view.

expo-earlez-hotdog-bv.jpgAnd be prepared to stop along the way for economical eats: from flame broiled $1.25 hot dogs at Earlez Grille on Crenshaw Boulevard, to a 99-cent (per piece) sushi Happy Hour at Octopus Japanese Restaurant downtown, from a delicious $1.50 Birria Taco on homemade tortillas at Danny's Tacos (also downtown), to luscious free candy samples from See's Candy in Culver City, and finishing up at the end of the Expo line on Venice Boulevard in Culver City for hormone free hot dogs from Let's Be Frank, and a vegetarian feast at India Sweets & Spices -- both a measly $5.50.

More at his blog...


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