Tag Archive: mexican food

Orange County: Mexican Food with French Technique at Anepalco’s

  While I was in Orange County visiting Anepalco’s and others for a Tour de Negroni (Negroni Week research), I couldn’t help but try the food as well. Anepalco’s likes to say it’s… Continue reading

DTLA: Checking out Pez Cantina

  I’m always on the hunt for dinner options before shows at the Music Center in Downtown Los Angeles. Pez Cantina opened late last year and I’ve been meaning to check it out.… Continue reading

DTLA: Hanging Out Eating Tacos at Mercado Olympic and the Pinata District

  Every now and then I would drive past the Pinata District in Downtown Los Angeles never imagining the bounty of street food there. I knew about Mercado Olympic but hadn’t realized it… Continue reading

Mid-City: Tacos at Petty Cash

  Remember this post last year when I couldn’t take pictures at Petty Cash? Well, luckily they do allow photography now. Otherwise, you’d be getting more drawings from me. I was there recently… Continue reading

DTLA: Day Drinking at YXTA

  Yxta has been on my list of Downtown Los Angeles restaurants and barsĀ I needed to visit but it’s not quite walking distance to anything. Luckily they have their own parking lot. I… Continue reading

Tacolandia 2014 Comes to DTLA on June 28

    Tacolandia moves from Hollywood to Downtown Los Angeles this year. The all-tacos fest takes place 3-7 PM at El Pueblo de Los Angeles on June 28th. There will be over 40… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Casa La Dona

  Looking for an affordable lunch spot in Downtown Los Angeles can be an adventure at times. I followed my nose to a new Mexican restaurant I had seen during my DASH rides… 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

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

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