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Zach Frechette

Los Angeles


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Founder of Quarterly Co.​ 

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ALos Angeles: Very important: who has the best breakfast burrito?

The answer to your question is definitively, unequivocally Tacos Villa Corona​. Specifically, the chorizo-potato offering. See More

ALos Angeles: What's your favorite burger in L.A?

Here are my current favorites, in rough order of preference: The Apple Pan​ - Best burger in Los Angeles. Old timey counter service is charming, expect to wait (but not too long) on weekends and dinner rush. Right near the Landmark theater, I generally... See More

ALondon: Best spot for afternoon tea

"Somewhat local" might get me into trouble with this recommendation, but the tea service at Brown's Hotel​ is charming and doesn't feel like a circus. See More

AEurope: Top ten must see places in Germany, France and UK

Paris off the beaten path:  Les Puces de Saint-Ouen​ - The official name of Paris' most famous flea market, which is one of the largest (and best) in the world. Go on the weekend, and go early.   Muséum national d'histoire naturelle... See More

ACalifornia: Any "must see" places to go to while staying in California?

Spend as much time on the Pacific Coast Highway​ as you can, and if you are not already planning a stop in Big Sur​ you are crazy—especially as a lover of the outdoors.  See More

ATokyo: Must-try restaurants in Tokyo

Here are my favorites from a recent trip: Sawada Sushi ​ - One of a handful of truly outstanding Tokyo sushi restaurants. We had a flight of Tuna belly—at least four different kinds if memory serves—among many other delicacies... See More

ATokyo: Where to stay in Tokyo for honeymoon

I just spent my honeymoon in Tokyo last month and enthusiastically endorse the Park Hyatt Tokyo​ (which you may recognize as the hotel from Lost in Translation) as a splurge hotel. Fair warning: Shinjuku is not the most central location, and if that's... See More

ALos Angeles: Best neighborhood/city for a 20-something art student?

Hey Robert, you'll want to check out Silverlake​, Los Feliz​, Echo Park​, and Atwater Village​ if you want to find other creative 20-somethings like yourself.  See More

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