Legends and rising stars like Benito Molina, Tacos Kokopelli, and La Guerrerense will each cook for three nights on Melrose.
Paired with mixologists at the head of the game, John Rivera Sedlar honors the blue agave through new world ingredients and tequila-infused dishes.
Helpful for anyone looking to tell their cacahuates Japoneses from their mazapánes de cacahuate
Every Tuesday, the meat-free will have two meat-free Mexican options.
The brew is being served in "possibly the best michelada" ever at Guelaguetza, prior to its coming out.
The restaurant will add 40 more seats, along with draft beers, Baja wines, and bottles from Mexican-owned, NorCal wineries.
The chain's "Burritofication" offensive will strike at Sepulveda and Washington Boulevard.
Assessing the streety-ness of Bayless' new discounted offerings.
Guaranteed satisfaction with classics from Los Cinco Puntos and the inspired evolution of mole at Rocio's and La Tia.
The restaurant is operated with help from the Villaseñor family of Tacos Don Chente.
The chef is also the author of a cookbook named Mod Mex.
Pink Taco will debut its new Sunset location, while Border Grill presents a cochinita pibil with ghost peppers.
Hand-making its own tortillas and generations of family recipes mark encouraging news for Santa Monica's latest attempt at upscale Mexican.
Though you might be able to get an off-menu "wrap."
Fernando Martin's place will join a budding Mexican movement in the seaside city.
While enjoying the carne de chango, the critic isn't so sure about the cochinita pibil.
MexiKosher slammed as one of a small handful of restaurants offering Kosher food during the holiday.