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Top 7 Latin Food and Beverage Spots in L.A. 2016

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A collection of the best locations to grab Mexican and other Latin American food and beverages in Los Angeles in 2016. By Symrise NA 2016.

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Top 7 Latin Food and Beverage Spots in L.A. 2016

  1. 1. 1 Top 7 Latin Food Spots in L.A. 2016
  2. 2. Olvera Street 2 “Los Angeles’1st Street” is all about culture, history, food, art & crafts For Food: Hit up La Noche Buena for some authentic, fun and affordable Mexican Food. Check out their array of Salsas! Also be sure to check out all the Mexican snacks at the various vendors/stands on Olvera. Culture/History: Head across the street to La Plaza de Cultura y Artes. It’s full of Mexican culture and the history of Mexican immigration to Los Angeles. The installations include a market “mercado” from the early days of Latin L.A. Art/Crafts: Check out all vendors on Olvera street both in the middle of the street and on both sides of the curbs. You find everything from handmade toys to traditional cooking utensils.
  3. 3. Top Dishes: Tostada: Habas, Pea Salsa Verge, “Little Lamb”, Carrot Escabeche Lamb Neck Tamale: King Oyster Mushroom, Queso Oaxaca Rabbit: Nopales, Bacon, Cherry Tomato Red Snapper: Leek, Green Clamato, Clams, Avocado Duck: Sesame, Mole, Persimmon Chicharrone: Elephant Garlic Mojo, Radish Sprout, Pickled Herbs Broken Spanish 3 Chef Ray Garcia’s Take on Modern Mexican Cuisine
  4. 4. Guisados 4 “The Best Tacos in LA” Born in Boyle Heights in 2010 Top Dishes: TACOS, of course! Mole Poblano: Shredded chicken breast in a nutty Poblano style Mole. Steak Picado: Flank steak simmered with green bell peppers and bacon. Served with green serrano chile atop black beans. Chicharron: Pork rinds simmered in chile verde. Served with green serrano chile, atop black beans. Cochinita Pibil: Shredded pork cooked in a sweet, red achiote spice atop black beans. Served with Yucatan compliments.
  5. 5. Vendors to Visit: Sarita’s Pupuseria: Serving hand made pupusas (the tasty Salvadoran dish) with different fillings Chiles Secos: Offering a Latin grocery selection of imported moles, chile peppers, dried beans and more. La Huerta: Latin candy, dried fruit and nuts Valeria’s: A selection of Latin dry goods and chiles Tacos Tumbras a Tomas: tacos, burritos and tortas La Tostaderia: Mexican cevichería with a menu featuring both traditional and inventive recipes Grand Central Market 5 A DTLA food mecca since 1917
  6. 6. Top Drinks: Horchata Latte Cafecito Cubano con Leche Mocha Mexicano Rice & Beans Frappe Tierra Mia 6 Artisan Java with a Latin Flair
  7. 7. Top Dishes: Clams and Lardo Taco Nopales y Jamaica Taco Beet Torta: Beet Milanesa, Pickled Beet, Escabeche, Iceberg Chile Torreados Lemon-Pepper Chicken Chicharrones: Chicken Skins, Chicken Thighs, Lemon, Shishito B.S. Taqueria 7 A Bustling Setting for Unique Taco Combinations
  8. 8. Top Dishes: Chilaquiles Verdes Con Bistec Super Huarache Mojado Carne Asada Huarache Squash Blossom Tacos Chicharron Tacos Auguas Frescas Huarache Azteca 8 Authentic Homemade Cuisine from Mexico City
  9. 9. Top 7 Latin Food Spots – Los Angeles 9 2016 1 Olvera Street calleolvera.com 2 Broken Spanish brokenspanish.com 3 Guisados guisados.co 4 Grand Central Market grandcentralmarket.com 5 Tierra Mia tierramiacoffee.com 6 B.S. Taqueria bstaqueria.com 7 Huarache Azteca elhuaracheaztecala.com
  10. 10. in-sight.symrise.com For more information contact: Dylan Thompson dylan.thompson@symrise.com

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