Boyle Heights knows how to get down with a good bean and cheese burrito, and Al & Bea’s has some of the best.
The Valley’s beloved Mexican institution is still going strong after over 65 years in business and a cameo in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Ceviche Project has everything you’re looking for in your favorite bar: good drinks, good music, and a cool interior to tie it all together.
As you can tell by its name, this beloved spot specializes in seafood—importing shrimp, whole fish, and more from the Mexican states of Sinaloa and Nayarit.
Located in DTLA’s Arts District—one of the city’s best neighborhoods for fine dining in recent years.
Sonora natives Alejandro Borquez and wife Rosa opened the first El Cholo in 1923, originally billing it as a “Spanish café.”