For L.A.’s Snappiest Handmade Chile Relleno Sausages, Head to the Top of City Terrace in East L.A.
The pitmaster at A's BBQ makes smoked sausages based on the chile relleno burrito at La Azteca, tamal rojo sausages in honor of his mother's tamales, and al pastor sausages studded with pineapple.
A Former Mexican Federal Cop Opened L.A.’s First Restaurant Dedicated to Comida Chiapaneca in La Puente
Without an extensive Chiapaneca population in L.A., former federale Francisco Reyes was understandably hesitant to be one of few, and especially the first, to feature food from Chiapas. So he made his menu accessible.
The 11 Best Tacos In Whittier
From machaca-filled breakfast burritos to tacos filled with juicy, charred whole beef-rib, velvety beans, and thick guacamole, Whittier has become one of L.A.'s best cities for tacos. Here is our vetted neighborhood taco guide to get you started on your own crawl.
The Six Best Tacos in Azusa
In Azusa, you'll mostly find CalMex and traditional taqueria eats. With a few glorious outliers involving mole negro, fried quesadillas, and pork leg. Here's where to go.
The Best Tacos in Covina and West Covina
Both are distinctly different, but one thing they share in common is great tacos, ranging from CalMex freshness to taqueria classics, from hard-fought brick and mortars to inventive pop-ups.