This Bell-based casita is now more reminiscent of a hacienda in Jalisco.
The owner created some of the burrito stand's most massive creations, including the famous Hollenbeck Burrito.
Tacos Punta Cabra is a straight-forward Baja-style fish and mariscos spot.
The beautiful gourmet bakery stands head and shoulders above your average L.A. panaderia.
The chain is even offering a contest that will award/punish guests with a month of free burritos.
Raul Ortega brings his beloved tacos dorados to the Fashion District.
Josef Centeno's Tex-Mex cantina is earning credit for bringing attention to lesser-known agave-based spirits.
After losing partner Ricardo Diaz, Armando de la Torre brings his popular stews and thick handmade tortillas a little further west.
Gloria Ramirez is planning a menu with both Mexican and Salvadoran dishes right next to her old employer.
Andrew Lujan's new space will only feature Mexican wines and craft beer.
You'll find Josef Centeno's menu served in the middle of the day now.
The heavily-praised mole chef is now found solely in Sun Valley, though her name is still being used in Bell.
A tier of donation levels ranges from "Bell Peppers" to "Habaneros."
The fourth location of the premium panaderia is also selling savory sandwiches.
Five days in and Josef Centeno's tribute to Tex-Mex home-cooking is slammed.
Dishes include Mao's maize cakes and pork pibil potstickers.
Fermented Fruit, Frito Pie, Fajitas, and Roast Goat at Josef Centeno's Bar Amá, Debuting Saturday in Downtown
The Baco Mercat chef takes on the comfort cooking of his Southwesten childhood.
Not only is it in bad taste, it's "inaccurate."
The opening comes at the loss of L.A.'s only Transylvanian destination.
The event is growing bigger this year with the addition of several new restaurants.