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Seven Sublime Chef-Driven Taquerias, And Seven More Honorable Mentions
Sure even Vince Neil has a taco spot these days, but little compares to these chef-engineered examples.
What’s Cooking at Santa Monica’s New Tinga
New menu additions and a cocktail selection add a gut-busting factor to the family.
Tinga Reboots Renee’s Sooner Than Expected
Tinga will probably have a working ice machine at the old Renee’s Courtyard Cafe space
Tinga Honors Campanile With ‘Quesadilla Thursdays’
The weekly event will feature pastrami-dillas and a BMQ.
Tinga Looks for Extra Space and Considers a Taco Truck
The owner also recounts the meal at Super Rica that started him on the path to taco entrepreneurship.
Openings and Closings
In Case You Missed It
A rundown of what’s open and closed in 2010.
Casa Chef Alex Moreno Takes On L.A.’s Taquerias, With Permission
The seasonal Downtown chef and L.A. native finds inspiration at some favorite restaurants around town.
A Mouse Gives Gordon Ramsay Kitchen Nightmares; Food Stamps Rebranded
The loudmouth chef needs pest control, while the newly named CalFresh program has the approval of focus groups.
Is ‘Dirty Horchata’ Due For Starbucks?
Tinga takes credit for the invention of a drink already served in Highland Park.
Modern Mexican Food Booms in L.A.
Don’t be completely surprised if Wolfgang Puck’s next restaurant is a simple taqueria.
What to Eat at Tinga, Now Open on LaBrea
The menu is more Super Rica in spirit than following its recipes step-by-step.
Tinga Will Try To Bring Super Rica Taqueria Flavor to Mid-City L.A.
Coffee and pastrami sliders might not add much to the original inspiration.