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Top Ten Tacos ~ September 2006

4:13 AM PDT on September 27, 2006

top Ten tacos in Los Angeles
World famous Bandini is back with another Top Ten Tacos list, including a straight to the (almost) top hot-shot debut. How many of these wonderful tacos have you been tried?

1. El Parian Gainer (three months at #1)
1528 Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90036
2. Tacos La Fonda DebutNew
Vineland and Van Owen, SF Valley
3. King Taco
1118 Cypress Ave, Los Angeles 90065
4. El Taurino
1104 Hoover St one block south of Olympic.
5. El Matador
1174 N Western Ave in East Hollywood. Nightly after 7pm.
6. El Pecas #2
La Brea and Olympic nightly after 7pm.
7. Tacos El Korita Debut
East Olympic and Herbert.
8. Fiesta Taco
1110 North Hollywood Way Burbank, 91505
9. El Pique
York and Ave 53
10. El Taco Llama Falling
Magnolia Blvd in North Hollywood, one block east of Cahuenga.

Key: Up Rising Down Falling New Hot Debut Gainer Special

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