Can you eat fourteen in an hour?
Coffee and pastrami sliders might not add much to the original inspiration.
Senor Sisig and Crispy Tacos are both serving new twists on tacos, and some other stuff.
Traditional and soul food taco trucks arrive from two industry vets.
A Hollywood nightclub is reborn with a trendy new twist.
Another corporate-driven food truck will travel through the city this summer.
A television pizza chef returns and a suspect in a restaurant owner's death leaves Mexico against authorities' advice.
Summer really begins with the seasonal reopening of this hip taco shop.
Look for a bottle cap-covered taco truck with Garces' smiling face peering out.
Hunters donate game meats to a homeless shelter, possibly leading to L.A.'s new taco trend.
Joseph Cordova hopes to have six more locations and four taco stands in the next months.
BBQ expert Bill Kelley starts a food truck named after his brand.
Family is upset that Monica Beresford-Redmen's killer has not been found, while over $200,000 in grocery credit is traded for old guns.
Continuing an exaltation of Mexican favorites, the kitchen makes its own tortillas and
It's the second link in the Anaya brothers chain that will hit Alabama by summer's end.
The videos feature interviews with owners and the chefs, including loads of gratuitous taco eating.
"A burger without fries is not a burger."
James Bear-winning Yuca's loses by 18 in the final round of Taco Madness.
All you need is a lot of time, a grill, and some country music.
Is there any justice in the world of L.A. Mexican food?