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Lunch with Eamon Ore-Giron: For the Peruvian American artist, tiny Intiraymi offers the taste and feel of Peru

LOS ANGELES - "There is something very '80s about this place," says Ore-Giron as he dips into the plate of seco before him. "It reminds me of Lima - the light, when it's super foggy, and you've been living under fluorescent lighting in a concrete room."

Intiraymi is one of those spots that quietly powers Los Angeles - a local joint preoccupied with the day-to-day act of feeding a neighborhood. On a given afternoon, customers include construction workers, office clerks, Asian twenty-somethings in Dodgers gear, gaggles of Latin American immigrants in assorted national flavors, and government employees who drop

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