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My Favorite Taco

My Favorite Taco ~ LA City Nerd

10:31 AM PDT on July 20, 2006

    Cielito Lindo in 1987
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    So, LA City Nerd, What's your favorite taco?

    "My favorite Taco is not Tito's or Henry's, as the masses attest. For me, the best taco in LA is found on Olvera Street. Though it's little, it's not those deep fried ones found at the many stands on Olvera Street (though those can be tasty, too). Personally, the taquitos from Cielito Lindo are the best Taco to me. True, they are "little Tacos" in a unique sense, but as their website claims, they are world-famous. (And they have this great avocado sauce that makes it all that much

    Photo from Cielito Lindo website

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