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Guisados Los Angeles

Coinciding with low unemployment rates and a long-term uptick in employment opportunities, the food service industry has seen a boon in job creation in the US. Losing weight is the top reason people go to the gym, eat out less and tend to consume more healthful food. Sometimes, it all boils down to taste, as everyone is hungry for more flavor.

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Guisados Tacos has expanded to major LA neighborhoods but nothing can top the experience at the original location. Boyle Heights may have a rough exterior, but inside Guisados the scent of fresh crushed chiles and melding flavors of mole make you feel at home. The slapping of tortilla dough sounds from the kitchen all day, and everyone in Boyle Heights knows these tacos are where it's at. Come here for a textbook expression of the braised taco. Even if you didn’t grow up eating them, they’ll remind you of home. Come here for a textbook expression of the braised taco. Even if you didn’t grow up eating them, they’ll remind you of home.

Guisados began in 2010 as a small taco shop in Boyle Heights, with the idea of making Mexican food just like Mama used to make at home. Think meat and chilies in a simmering stew, usually served on warm homemade corn tortillas. The owners – Armando De La Torre Sr. and his son Armando De La Torre Jr. – made sure that their tacos were reasonably priced, charging $2.75 per taco for most. With favorites like Steak Picado, Cochinta Pibil, and Tinga de Pollo, it didn't take long for Guisados to catch on. Now there are five locations, including taquerias in West Hollywood, Downtown L.A., Echo Park and Burbank, with all the food still being made in Boyle Heights and transferred to the different locations. Some are also open late, so getting a cheap and delicious taco fix whenever the mood strikes is simple. (Source: www.10best.com)

 

 

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