Category Archive: taco trucks

Roadtrip to Utah or How I Spent My Time Locating Booze

Five years ago I took a roadtrip with a college buddy. We went through the Southwest and had many adventures including a terrifying mule ride at the Grand Canyon, visiting useless psychics in… Continue reading

Save the date: Highland Park Tacos & Bar Crawl on August 7

Join The Minty as she trundles down York Avenue in Highland Park next Wednesday, August 7. We’ll be hitting up taco carts and trucks and stopping for cocktails along the way (all that… Continue reading

Roaring Nights at LA Zoo

  Tomorrow night, July 25, is your last chance to check out the Los Angelez Zoo’s Roaring Nights series. The night time event features food trucks, live music, games, education and of course… Continue reading

Santa Monica: Bacon Guacamole, Tacos & Tequila at TINGA

The question is can you have a frozen margarita made with fresh citrus? And TINGA answered, YES! The newest outpost opened in Santa Monica a few months ago. Locals in the area say… Continue reading

Chinatown: Chego! Now Open

When Chego! first opened years ago on Overland, I hadn’t met Chef Roy Choi yet. I went, I ate, I assessed, I blogged. Things have changed a lot in 3 years. I like… Continue reading

Mid-City: Checking Out the “Taco Speakeasy” Petty Cash

    When Playa closed a couple of months ago, all I could think was what was going to happen to that beautiful space and lovely garden? Then I heard rumors it was… Continue reading

Las Vegas: Tacos El Gordo

Since airport food tends to be so horrible, I rather wait until I get to my destination for food. This usually then means eating at an odd hour when I finally get into… Continue reading

New Spring Cocktails at One-Eyed Gypsy

  One-Eyed Gypsy has some new tasty Spring cocktails on the menu. I checked it out a few weeks ago and particularly loved Voodoo Doll and Mickey O’Neil. The Voodoo Doll (Sino reposado… Continue reading

San Diego: Tacos and Shrimp Burrito at Bahia

  On our first afternoon in San Diego last month, we checked out the nearby Bahia Mexican Restaurant near our hotel. I was craving fish tacos and it looked like an ideal location-… Continue reading

Chef Micah Wexler at the Residency at UMAMIcatessen

UMAMIcatessen has converted the vacant space left by Spring for Coffee into “The Residency.” Guest chefs will be rotating through the intimate new chef’s counter. Chef Micah Wexler is taking on the first… Continue reading