The taco spot was born out of staff meals served at West Hollywood's 30-year-old Italian restaurant, Hugo's.
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Elsewhere, Brad A. Johnson eats a bunch of tacos in Dana Point.
There was crime, and even a little punishment, in the past-paced world of L.A.'s food scene this weekend.
Owner Janis Hood may reopen in a different location with one of her employees.
Raul Ortega brings his beloved tacos dorados to the Fashion District.
Lonchera owners face thousands of dollars in expenses each month just to survive.
After losing partner Ricardo Diaz, Armando de la Torre brings his popular stews and thick handmade tortillas a little further west.
Owner Janis Hood will run her father's 51-year-old taco stand until January 10.
And lands in hot water.
The popular Echo Park stand needed a place to put its hipster hordes.
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The Baco Mercat chef takes on the comfort cooking of his Southwesten childhood.
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There Were Fusion Tacos in Los Angeles Before Kogi's.
Not only is it in bad taste, it's "inaccurate."
The opening comes at the loss of L.A.'s only Transylvanian destination.
Artist Ryan Graeff pays tribute to the city's most legendary taquerias, Mexican restaurants, and taco trucks.
Another glamorous destination falls victim to the charms of a handsome taco.
The new restaurant's specialty is traditionally-prepared barbacoa served daily.
Expect boozy aguas frescas and salmon belly chilaquiles.