Unfortunately, it's sort of close to what Sazon Latin Fusion's logo looks like.
Mario Ernst opens his two-headed barbecue and Mexican food monster on Sepulveda.
The Chicago chef bungles an assessment of the Angeleno appetite... AGAIN!
Yep, deal sites are suddenly getting ethnically specific now.
Did anyone around here read that damned L.A. Times article last week?
Where to get James Beard Award-winning tacos, a heart-warming lunch, and an affordable Maudite on the adorable Los Feliz street.
Two fundraisers will precede the grand-opening party to benefit non-profits.
Where to get fried potato tacos, ceviche, inexpensive pupusas, and an all-around dependable Mexican cafe in the Northeast L.A. neighborhood.
The food gets going at noon at this LaBrea Mexican restaurant and only stops when it legally has to.
From Italian margaritas at Culina to food specials at Border Grill, you'll be a superhero if you're still standing by the end of Thursday night.
Where to find gringo tacos, tongue tortas, and a different kind of vintage French dip in Culver City.
The $22 tacos will probably piss purists off, but all heads should be cooler over Beluga-spiked roasted tomato Bloody Mary's.
Three new Chipotle stores surface. And those are just the ones we know about.
The May 1st premiere party already sold-out on March 1st, a reminder to get 'em while you can.
It came down to the last minute, but Mariscos Jalisco was narrowly beaten by the Downtown asada master.
Funnily enough, another Eastside empire will try to turn it into a Mexican fine-dining restaurant.
A restaurant in Scotland argues that serving this four-legged critter is the ethical choice.
Last year's winner, La Estrella, is already behind 2010's big find, MexiCali Taco Co. as the battle reaches its end.
Where to get healthy-leaning mulitas, dependable Thai, cheap and thrilling tandoori chicken, and Mexican revolutionaries staring you and your burrito down in Mar Vista.
"It looks like big business is probably going to win," says Chihuahua owner Mario Banda.