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Guerrilla Tacos [3] – Los Angeles, CA (Downtown)

In a perfect world I'd be eating Guerrilla Tacos once or twice a week, especially since the menu changes so frequently depending on what seasonal produce Chef Wes Aviles has at his disposal. But given their hours and location in relation to my own schedule I'm forced to play the waiting game for an opportunity to fight through downtown traffic in order to get to the Arts District.
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Mariscos Jalisco – Los Angeles, CA (Boyle Heights)

For the uninitiated, the thought of eating seafood served from a taco truck can be downright frightening. But refer to any list of Los Angeles' best tacos and you are guaranteed to see the name Mariscos Jalisco listed somewhere in the top 10.
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Cactus #2 – Los Angeles, CA

Prior to Guisados opening their second location mere minutes away from Elysian parkway, Cactus #2 on Beverly used to be my go-to meal for Dodgers games. I'd stop by to pick up a burrito, maybe a couple of tacos, and an horchata and I'd be set for nine innings of baseball.
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El Chato – Los Angeles, CA

Drive past the corner of La Brea and Olympic on a Tuesday night around ten o'clock and there will invariably be a hungry crowd of likely intoxicated Angelenos lined up for a plate full of tacos from El Chato. Holding down the empty lot at Harry's Collision Center every Tuesday-Saturday night, El Chato is one of the city's most popular taco destinations, and for good reason.
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El Tauro Taco – Los Angeles, CA

When I set out to get some tacos on a Monday night, El Tauro Taco wasn't my first choice. It wasn't my second or third, either. Such is life hunting down taco trucks in Los Angeles. Monday-Wednesday are often slow nights in the LA taco world, with heavy-hitters like El Chato and El Flamin' closed, and Leo's Tacos keeping their trompo, responsible for their ridiculously good al pastor, on the sidelines.
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