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Tacos Tumbras a Tomas

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WHY Great Michoacan tacos that are so big you have to eat them with a knife and fork. WHAT This hugely popular stand in Grand Central Market serves the biggest tacos in town, so big that they come with an extra full-size tortilla so you can turn it into two tacos. All the meats are [...]

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King Taco

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WHY Famously savory, just-greasy-enough meats, especially carne asada and carnitas, served in very good tacos, burritos and sopes. WHAT The mothership of the King Taco empire, this is an L.A. classic, with great carne asada tacos and kickass salsa roja. Order at the counter, snag a patio table, and pick up lots of napkins. 1118 [...]

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Tacos El Korita

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WHY Tortillas hechas a mano (handmade) right on the truck are paired with good meats and either a smoky salsa verde or intense salsa roja. WHAT A taco truck’s gotta be good to make it in this neighborhood, and El Korita is good, really good. Tortillas pressed to order, right on the truck—need we say [...]

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Pazzo Gelato

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WHY The always-rotating gelato flavors include a deep, concentrated pistachio that’s sometimes paired with espresso, a mango-cayenne sorbet, mascarpone and European yogurt. Intelligentsia coffee is also served. WHAT Silver Lake residents and gelato fans from a distance fill this popular dessert shop, which does a big after-dinner business (it’s open until 11 during the week [...]

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Brooklyn Bagel Bakery

WHY Properly boiled and hearth-baked bagels, more compact and pleasingly dense than most in town, made fresh all day. WHAT Between Downtown and Koreatown lies one of L.A.’s most New York of businesses, a busy bakery with an equally busy retail outlet. Try the blueberry or the poppyseed, and don’t miss Bagel Happy Hour (3 [...]

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Shekarchi Downtown

WHY Excellent kebabs (try the koubideh, a ground-beef blend), particularly good rice and refreshing yogurt drinks. And they deliver throughout Downtown. WHAT This very good Iranian businessman’s lunch place in an historic part of Downtown has a far more fashionable décor than you’d suspect from the outside. It’s open on weekdays only and is packed [...]

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Birrieria Jalisco

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WHY This 35-year-old institution turns out Southern California’s most refined birria. WHAT Unlike most birrierías specializing in Guadalajara’s famous roasted kid specialty, birria, this place doesn’t hedge its bets by serving combination plates or other entrées. The drill is simple: You pile soft shreds of the sweet roasted meat onto a fresh tortilla and moisten [...]

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El Caserio

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WHY A pretty place to explore the cuisine of South America. WHAT This dramatically enhanced sibling to William Velasco’s revered 25-year-old restaurant has the mood of a gracious old hacienda, and the food is less Ecuatoriano and more contemporary pan-South American. The libations match luscious tropical fruits with appropriately flavored alcohol: bright citrusy naranjilla (fruitier [...]

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Mandarin Chateau

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WHY When you’re in the mood for red-cooked pork ribs or lion’s head meatballs but don’t want to head out to the San Gabriel Valley, this venerable spot (formerly known as Mandarin Shanghai) is the ticket. WHAT Hidden in a strip mall, this little place is a good find off the Chinatown tourist path for [...]

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Tommy’s

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WHY For the chili burger and chili dog that have captivated three generations of Angelenos. WHAT It’s a rite of passage that every self-respecting young Angeleno experiences—drink too much, stay out too late, and then go to Tommy’s at 3 a.m. for a greasy chili burger. We prefer the chili dog, but we’re getting too [...]

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