Lien Ta

Owner of All Day Baby in Silver Lake and of now-closed Here’s Looking at You in Koreatown

Owner of All Day Baby in Silver Lake and of now-closed Here’s Looking at You in Koreatown

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Lien Ta managed to keep open her Silver Lake restaurant, All Day Baby, by downsizing staff and focusing on takeout and delivery.

Loyalty is the best dish served during the pandemic, says LA restaurant owner Lien Ta

Lien Ta managed to keep open her Silver Lake restaurant, All Day Baby, by downsizing staff and focusing on takeout and delivery.

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