Jonathan Gold still loves Mexican food in LA; Brad A Johnson finally finds a 3-star worthy restaurant in Orange County.
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The owner recently split with Guisado's and closed his ceviche bar for a new project.
Local craft beer and tacos invade Chavez Ravine, while new additions to the neighborhood will have you full of haggis sliders, carne asada, and oysters.
Raul Ortega brings his beloved tacos dorados to the Fashion District.
After losing partner Ricardo Diaz, Armando de la Torre brings his popular stews and thick handmade tortillas a little further west.
The two share complicated handshakes, talk like mystical homies, and share their displacement issues.
With One De La Torre to Open in Echo Park, the Other Sits in Monterey Park Under Death Watch
The event is growing bigger this year with the addition of several new restaurants.
There will soon be more locations to find LA's best tacos.
Guaranteed satisfaction with classics from Los Cinco Puntos and the inspired evolution of mole at Rocio's and La Tia.
The event will gather top tastes from Los Feliz, Silver Lake, Highland Park, Atwater Village, Echo Park, and points between.
Both renowned taquerias took 744 votes each and have agreed to split the honors.
Four votes separate the two in a battle to be crowned L.A.'s favorite taco.
Elsewhere, J. Gold tells you where to find vegetarian Spanish eels.
Flavors both innovative and classically comforting marked this unique food and wine pairing at Downtown's Union Station.
New additions include Guisado's, Mas Malo, and La Sandia, while Guelaguetza will be missed.