The Atwater Village Scottish restaurant serves roughly 5,000 pints every March 17.
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"There was nobody like him. He would fire me every day," says one long-time employee.
The owner created some of the burrito stand's most massive creations, including the famous Hollenbeck Burrito.
Lonchera owners face thousands of dollars in expenses each month just to survive.
After losing partner Ricardo Diaz, Armando de la Torre brings his popular stews and thick handmade tortillas a little further west.
A tier of donation levels ranges from "Bell Peppers" to "Habaneros."
The new restaurant's specialty is traditionally-prepared barbacoa served daily.
El Mercado del Pueblo will keep Mexican and Central American cooking alive without police harassment.
Over fifteen different tacos will be offered from vendors like Pinches and
A drunk driver being pursued by police injured three others while destroying the lonchera.
Both renowned taquerias took 744 votes each and have agreed to split the honors.
Seeing a landscape dotted with liquor stores, activists in the city are trying to limit the number of alcohol vending licenses sold.
Pupusas, tacos, pozole, tamales, and more will be on hand tonight as East L.A. tries to bring underground vendors to a safe-zone
Having revitalized his stretch of Boyle Heights with a farmers market and cultural center, Juan Romero looks to make a similar move on Central Ave.
Funnily enough, another Eastside empire will try to turn it into a Mexican fine-dining restaurant.
The new East L.A. location follows the same format as the original, while Tacos Baja Ensenada is just ten minutes away.
Might this be the same crew of strong-arms running around with Haven Gastropub's ATM machine?
Jose "Pepe" Rodriguez founded the first restaurant in Boyle Heights in 1985.
Finally, a little good news comes amid L.A.X.'s recent concession struggle.
Cook's Tortas' owner has a new concept and a super-sized liquor spreads out this weekend.