Dreaming of the great taco-truck showdown.
Where tradition meets uber-hip. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH
Restaurant owners find the Mission District has the right ingredients for cultivating and then expanding innovative restaurants. By MADELEINE BAIR
Shooting, beer and taquerias. Update:3:37 Sotomayor clarifies "wise Latina" comment. Update: 6:55 Chronicle reporter visits Mission with a bullet proof vest.
First things first, I hope everyone had a safe and happy palindrome day yesterday — 01022010. (Thanks, infodiva.) If you start to notice more penny-pinching out-of-towners crowding your favorite taqueria, Bi-Rite or Tartine, blame the Los Angeles Times Travel blog post that came out yesterday. The Mission might not hold the top tourist destinations, but it apparently took top honors...
Friends and family gathered at the Mission Cultural Center to watch Papalote's owners, Miguel and Victor Escobedo, take on Bobby Flay on the Food Network's Burrito Throwdown. En Español
Local architecture and design students set out to map the food shed of a nearby taco truck, following each ingredient from conception to waste.
The funniest restaurant attempt at a burrito may be in County Surrey, England, where the lone taqueria serves up a crepe filled with canned kidney beans drizzled with ketchup. That’s the meal Los Angeles food blogger Jess Winfield suffered through when he had a burrito craving he had to fix. Winfield has eaten at dozens of taquerias across the United...