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Teddy’s Red Tacos to Open in Club Bahia’s Parking Lot (Echo Park) Next to Dodger Stadium, with a Full Booze Menu

12:16 PM PDT on August 27, 2019

[dropcap size=big]T[/dropcap]he taco world has been clenching their limes waiting for the next big announcement from L.A. beef birria pioneer, Teddy’s Red Tacos. The word on the train tracks with his loyal followers has been that they are opening a new location in Echo Park, stumbling distance to Dodger Stadium. But up until yesterday, the exact location had not yet been finalized. 

Nonetheless, L.A. Taco has confirmed that Teddy’s second taco truck will be posting up at Club Bahia on Sunset Boulevard, starting this weekend with a soft opening Thursday. The soft opening will be from 9 am to 5 pm with alcohol sales starting at 11 am. The truck will be offering $1 tacos to break in the new truck and celebrate their new location in the popular neighborhood.

In preparation of the Dodgers postseason, La Bahia will be opening up its patio to hungry and thirsty guests ready to tailgate during Teddy’s hours. La Bahia will offer beers, micheladas, and cocktails, making it the first time that Teddy's spicy, juicy, savory tacos will be available to pair with ice-cold chelas and a full-liquor menu.  

'Depending on how this goes, we might consider opening weekend nights there as well.'

The truck’s regular hours will be 9 am to 5 pm from Tuesday through Sunday. According to Teddy, “Depending on how this goes, we might consider opening weekend nights there as well.” So if you love beef birria and have longed for a place to enjoy it in Echo Park, now is your chance to show your love to one of L.A.'s best. 

Note: Teddy’s Instagram account is down again. Nonetheless, Teddy has told L.A. Taco that Instagram is cleaning up the mess that the previous hacker made. It will be back up again soon. 

Club Bahia, 1130 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, California.  

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