Guaranteed satisfaction with classics from Los Cinco Puntos and the inspired evolution of mole at Rocio's and La Tia.
The restaurant is operated with help from the Villaseñor family of Tacos Don Chente.
The chef is also the author of a cookbook named Mod Mex.
Pink Taco will debut its new Sunset location, while Border Grill presents a cochinita pibil with ghost peppers.
Hand-making its own tortillas and generations of family recipes mark encouraging news for Santa Monica's latest attempt at upscale Mexican.
Fernando Martin's place will join a budding Mexican movement in the seaside city.
While enjoying the carne de chango, the critic isn't so sure about the cochinita pibil.
MexiKosher slammed as one of a small handful of restaurants offering Kosher food during the holiday.
Not that we expect much better from a Hollywood taqueria, but still.
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.
The upside is there could be a future project for the family.
From Oo-Kook to Genwa, Susan Park lists ten of KTown's best.
"Reverse coyote" Bill Esparza won't be satisfied until Tijuana gets a close-up on 30 Minute Meals.
The creative Mexican restaurant introduces some cross-cultural influences in its uni chile guero relleno.
Taco Madness voting starts today to determine who is the city's top taco spot.
Along the way, he allows us the right to enjoy our own version of bastardized Mexican food.
It's no surprise Yuca's tops the mayoral candidate's list.
Peruvian chicken and Oaxacan specials now sit side-by-side on Venice Boulevard.