Pupusas, tacos, pozole, tamales, and more will be on hand tonight as East L.A. tries to bring underground vendors to a safe-zone
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One must wonder if serving street food at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons officially takes any of its street cred, but it still sounds pretty tasty.
Wikileaks reveals aims for more modified frankenfood, while there's yet another listeria scare in our meat supply.
Streets of India Cafe will reproduce the subcontinent's spread of popular roadside vegetarian eats.
The owners of Talesai open a sparse space of communal tables for informal Thai dining, with the possibility of pop-ups to come.
With Roy Cho's predilections for dark alleys, volatile reactions, "beat-downs," and ganja, it probably won't be Kogi.
Proposed letter grading could affect 10,000 vendors across the city.
Pacific Time helps end food truck ennui with Kalua pork sliders and beachside banh mi.
A benefit at Angelli Caffe will set up a fund for street food entrepreneurs who's livelihoods hinge on finances.
Street food is again attacked while the former chef of Moles la Tia holds a session of her Mexican Gastronomy series in Lynwood.
A new generation could have the same Tail 'O the Pup.
A real L.A. street food festival is planned with awards for vendors.
Newsweek compares L.A.'s curbside dining trend with Susan Feniger's street-inspired restaurant.
Thousands more than expected came for less-than-authentic street eats.
Founder Shawna Dawson explains why your, and her, favorite vendors might not make it.
A Kogi chef loses his cool over an online interview criticizing street food.
Boyle Heights seeks to establish its own street food market.
Susan Feniger shares her favorite L.A. street food.
How to start a legal food cart of your own. Plus: a map of L.A.'s best street cuisine.