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Heat Week

Eater LA's celebration of spicy foods, the people that make them, and the communities that love them.

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18 Spots in Los Angeles for Messy, Sweat-Inducing Hot Wings

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The 12 Essential Spicy Dishes in Los Angeles

Eater editors pick their favorite palate-scorchers

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The Time ‘Thai-Spicy’ Almost Took Me Out

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Where to Order Incredible Indian and South Asian Food

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A Tour Through Little Ethiopia in 6 Spicy Dishes

Look closer at the restaurants on Fairfax Avenue with its founding family

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12 Beautifully Spicy Restaurants to Try in the San Gabriel Valley

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9 Great Spots For Tortas Ahogadas in Los Angeles

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El Pato Is LA’s 115-Year-Old Native Hot Sauce King

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17 Irresistibly Spicy Dishes in Los Angeles

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LA’s Lost Hot Chicken History

Southern California had an early jump on the national embrace of Nashville’s hottest dish

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21 Hot Spots For Spicy Nashville-Style Chicken Around LA

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A Brief History of How LA Became America’s Spicy Food Capital

An incomplete timeline of how heat came to Los Angeles

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Why Does LA Love Spicy Food?

A celebration of the high-heat, palate-scorching dishes across all cuisines beloved by Los Angeles

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