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Cacao Mexicatessen

  1. Grub Guide
    Seven Sublime Chef-Driven Taquerias, And Seven More Honorable MentionsSure even Vince Neil has a taco spot these days, but little compares to these chef-engineered examples.
  2. Chocoholism
    L.A.’s Best Hot ChocolatesEven if the rain doesn’t materialize, you still want these.
  3. Coming Soon
    Cacao Mexicatessen’s New Wine and Beer Bar Slated For February DebutAndrew Lujan’s new space will only feature Mexican wines and craft beer.
  4. Gone Green
    Once a Week, Cacao Considers VegetariansEvery Tuesday, the meat-free will have two meat-free Mexican options.
  5. Expanding
    Cacao Mexicatessen Expanding Space, Going BoozyThe restaurant will add 40 more seats, along with draft beers, Baja wines, and bottles from Mexican-owned, NorCal wineries.
  6. L.A. Diet
    Food & Wine Best New Chef Bryant Ng Eats SPAM Musubi and Trades Food with“I’m not a hater, I eat SPAM.”
  7. Taco Town
    Cacao Mexicatessen Serves Uni-Topped ChileThe creative Mexican restaurant introduces some cross-cultural influences in its uni chile guero relleno.
  8. Truckin’
    Swork Owner Goes After Food Trucks, Happy Endings, and Eagle Rock’s City CouncilTricia Neale Vuagniaux is the latest restaurant owner to tear into the truckin’ scene.
  9. The Other Critics
    Jonathan Gold Names His Favorite Dishes of 2010; Virbila Champions Salt’s CureL.A. Weekly talks about Tasting Kitchen, bacon-wrapped bacon, and duck carnitas one more time before 2011 arrives.
  10. The Other Critics
    Virbila Lured to Cube by Market-Driven Tweets; Gold Reconquers Cacao’s CarnitasL.A. Times is charmed by the rustic approach of the Italian cheese and wine restaurant, while L.A. Weekly loves the “shotgun wedding” of Mexican and European cooking.
  11. Trends
    Modern Mexican Food Booms in L.A.Don’t be completely surprised if Wolfgang Puck’s next restaurant is a simple taqueria.
  12. The Other Critics
    Bouchon Wins Virbila’s ‘Best Bistro’ Nods; Gold Devours Duck CarnitasThomas Keller scores three stars from the L.A. Times.