Fingers crossed for duck-carnitas tacos.
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"It's a risky place because the rents are crazy high."
Marc Meyer’s riff is less taco and more frico, with lacy shards of baked cheese.
"We're starting to see that the population is catching up."
How does a gourmet taqueria fit into a town used to paying one to two dollars for their favorite food?
A Look Back at La Grand Parillada, Starring Javier Plascencia, Aquiles Chavez, And Jose Ramon Castillo
Some of Mexico's biggest culinary talents were in town this weekend to get L.A. pumped for the Hola Mexico film festival.
Expect pig ear nachos, pork ceviche, and cricket tacos at West Hollywood's collaborative new taqueria.
L.A. high priestess of moles returns with old favorites, a few new dishes, and a more polished atmosphere accentuating her interests in pre-Cortez MesoAmerican cooking.
Following his forced removal, Ricky Piña is serving on weekends in Chinatown, but may soon hit the city at large.
The KISS stars will wait on wounded warriors and veterans in Torrance.
Check Out a Clip Of Viva Mezcal, Screening at Guelaguteza Alongside Chef Rodolfo Castellanos on May 16
The Oaxacan chef behind El Origen will prepare antojitos for the crowd.
Interesting under-the-radar inclusions help extend one's adventures through Taco Town.
Masterchef's Adrien Nieto Cooking Baja Cuisine at This Is Not A Pop-Up, Thursday Through Sunday in Hollywood
Sea scallop ceviche and saffron crab tostadas win over stale chips and watery salsa any day.
The owner recently split with Guisado's and closed his ceviche bar for a new project.
Fresh seafood ceviche, cochinita pibil, and a grill-top taco bar help ease our squeamishness about buffets.
The opening marks the fifth solid Mexican option to spring up between Ocean Avenue and 26th Street in the last year.
Here are some weekly taco deals well worth considering.
The Cook's Tortas and Bizarra Captial owner explains that he's cleaning house for a new concept.
Tonight the city's seminal Oaxacan restaurant will hold a party showing more work from Colectivo LaPiztola.
The Pico-Rivera local tells us a brick-and-mortar might be around the bend.