Freddie Wong posts a very insightful observation of Yelp on his blog. Â The reasons he lists are part of why I haven’t relied on that site for quite a while.
Just north ofÂ the most excellent El Taquito truck on Fair Oaks in Pasadena, there exists the El Gallito taco truck.Â This truck draws a decent crowd and and the following is getting larger by the day. Â It offers the standard taco fare of asada, al pastor, and pollo along with cabeza, lengua and […]
Earlier this year, my pal Justin Lin but together a documentary about Los Angeles as part of documenting a year long trip to China. Part of the documentary focused on native Los Angeles food, which of course includes tacos. Justin grabbed me for an evening of all things tacos. So of course, I took him […]
More Atwater Food Loving and Tacos from the South Bay that aren’t from El Burrito Junior Vince’s Market’s Carnitas Sandwhich: Atwater Village Vince’s Market is located in one of the residential nooks in Atwater Village in between Fletcher and Glendale Boulevard. It is one of those rare local family owned markets still in existence here […]
Hola taco mijos y mijias! It’s been too long! Been crunching at work and finishing finals! But we’re back with some major taco updates and a summer chock full of taco eating! Pink Taco Party Recap- 6th and Imperial The Pink Taco party, hosted by yours truly and our taco buddy W.Dot was a major […]
Be there or be square! I’m working to get a new taco lady- the one I had wanted to over charge me.
Benefit of the Doubt Anthony and I have been itching to cut a taco swath westward and fill out our Flickr Taco Map. And so my pal Kyle, upon hearing of our westward bound taco ambition, tipped us off to a Mid-City Taco stand named El Chato. El Chato, like all greatly positioned taco stands, […]
Trying out the flickr map…
Hidden in plain sight in the Mercado la Paloma, Chichen Itza is located right across the street from the DMV near the USC campus. This place sells Yucatan food and sits toward the back of the market…you’ll firstÂ walk past the Oaxacan stand with the interesting looking desserts, vegan ice creams, and fresh juices. After […]
Last month, I was in San Francisco on business and decided to head down to the Mish for some taco goodness. My friends from the Bay are always talking smack on LA tacos saying the Mish gots the goods. Well, I had to put that notion to the test. So, among my afternoon wandering of […]