The owners of Tomato Pie are turning it into a sustainable Mexican concept with grass-fed meats.
The arts-obsessed chef will pay homage to his influential, departed restaurant 30 years after its opening.
Other seven dollar edibles include a chorizo burger and fajita sliders.
This is a part of town that could really use a Rosa.
The second offshoot of the splashy New York import may open as early as next week.
Is the burrito again capturing L.A.'s spotlight?
The former President of Mexico will raise funds for a Vicente Fox Center by appearing at Culver City's new co-joined restaurant.
The siblings who started this shrine to the sandwiches of Puebla and pizzas of Oaxaca will concentrate on running their family's Guelaguetza.
Flavors both innovative and classically comforting marked this unique food and wine pairing at Downtown's Union Station.
The critic finally responds to the whole "timid" thing, and declares L.A. "a center of regional Mexican cooking."
Chef Alex Padilla brings an Arizona Mexican restaurant to 90210, gives Mexico credit for inventing fideo, and has some creative takes on ceviche and tacos.
For some people, being splattered with "pig brain jelly" is just another day at the office.
We long ago gave up on trying to cram into Venice Beach Wines. Now we do our drinking at Whole Foods!
Nina's Mexican Restaurant is under construction on the increasingly less Japanese portion of Sawtelle.
The La Huasteca and Moles La Tia chef will explore pre-Hispanic cuisine in a new restaurant named Rocio's.
A fractious government is nothing a few tortillas can't solve.
The fratty Mexican chain promises its new location will be "super upscale," which means less donkeys, more models.
For long-term or long-gone Super Rica fans who avoid the restaurant at the cost of denying themselves a great Mexican meal, meet your new alternative.
The Cobras and Matadors owner takes on tacos starting tomorrow.
The chef shows an Ahab-like obsession with the critters and settles for a scoop of giant ants.