Tag Archive: tacos

DTLA: Lunch at Chicas Tacos

  Could it be Taco Tuesday every day? Ever since I heard Chicas Tacos was going to take over the old Danny’s Tacos, I’ve been keeping an eye on this taco shack. It’s… Continue reading

Frogtown: Salazar is Now Open

  Salazar in Frogtown (aka Elysian Valley) is now open. Opened by Mexicali Tacos’ Esdras Ochoa, the grilled tacos restaurant took over an old auto repair shop and has completely transformed the space.… Continue reading

DTLA: Fish Tacos at La Tostaderia

  La Tostaderia is considered one of the new vendors of Grand Central Market which opened last April. It’s across from Belcampo¬†and serves Mexican seafood including tacos and ceviches.   I got the… Continue reading

Boyle Heights: Pozole at Puertos del Pacifico

  I recently read an article about Puertos del Pacifico in Boyle Heights so I decided to check it out. I grabbed an old high school buddy who has a nose for neighborhood… Continue reading

Straight Outta Compton: Birria de Chivo aka The Gordita Spot

  I’ve wanted to go to Compton’s Alameda Street for street food for years. I finally made it out a couple of weekends ago to the Birria de Chivo truck aka The Gordita… Continue reading

Eagle Rock: Getting Down at Taco Spot

  Eagle Rock favorite Taco Spot has been satisfying residents for years. The Mexican food restaurant has tons of options for tacos, carne asada fries and more. Naturally I wanted tacos and the… 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: Checking Out (Almost) All the Drinks and Tacos at B.S. Taqueria

  B.S. Taqueria is now open in the old Mo-Chica space in Downtown Los Angeles. The taqueria opened by Chef Ray Garcia, formerly of Fig in Santa Monica, gives us a hint of… 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

NELA Tour: Sinaloa Express, Mama Churro y Mas, El Naranja and the Lincoln Heights Corn Man

  Recently I did a Northeast Los Angeles (NELA) tour. I grew up in Lincoln Heights and have always proudly told people I’m from Northeast LA. We started at Sinaloa Express, next to… Continue reading