Broken Spanish

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L.A. restaurants with Mexican food delivery and takeout

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 3, 2020

, watchfully distanced and ultimately well fed. Family meal with pork belly chicharrón from Broken Spanish (Bill Addison / Los Angeles Times) Broken Spanish Ray Garcia funnels a few headliners from his downtown restaurant’s modern Angeleno menu into generous

family-style meals. Choose between three mains: a horseshoe-shaped hunk of pork belly chicharrón (a Broken Spanish signature), achiote-roasted chicken or a vegetarian chile relleno swathed in cream sauce. Handmade blue corn tortillas are useful for

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L.A. special occasion takeout and delivery recommendations

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 15, 2020

) 784-0044, bontempsla.com Broken Spanish The entrees on Ray Garcia’s family meals ($32 per person) rotate weekly — maybe achiote-roasted chicken or pork chile verde, and there’s always a vegetarian option — but fragrant blue corn tortillas and creamy

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Boyle Heights is now home to incredible Cameroonian cooking

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 10, 2021

, including outposts and new restaurants from Ray Garcia (Broken Spanish); Bricia Lopez (Guelaguetza); Kris Yenbamroong (Night + Market); and many others. Chef Ray Garcia at his new restaurant, ¡Viva!, located inside the newly opened Resorts World Las Vegas

101 Best Restaurants: 15 dining destinations in downtown Los Angeles

Patricia Escárcega, Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 7, 2020

, bestiala.com (Silvia Razgova / For The Times) 27. Broken Spanish As the restaurant’s name alludes, the key to relishing Ray Garcia’s cooking is to not dwell too much on province or region, or where true-minded Mexican culinary traditions blur with Angeleno

Sonoratown    Orsa & Winston    Bar Amá    Bäco Mercat    Hayato    Bavel    Rossoblu    Grand Central Market    Bon Temps    Bestia    Broken Spanish    Shibumi    Q    Nightshade    The Exchange    Little Sister    Badmaash   

Las Vegas restaurants from L.A. chefs and restaurateurs

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • July 7, 2021

over it, you have the freedom to do that,” Fryman said. Inside chef Ray Garcia’s new restaurant, ¡Viva!, at Resorts World Las Vegas. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) Broken Spanish chef Ray Garcia also had been looking at Vegas. He liked the

own restaurants, it’s surreal. It’s a holy s— moment, to see us and all these great musical performers in the same space.” ¡Viva! is the glammed-up, party version of Broken Spanish, with a DJ and a soon-to-launch happy hour in between lunch and dinner

Las Vegas restaurants from L.A. chefs and restaurateurs

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • July 9, 2021

chef de Broken Spanish, Ray García, también se fijó en Las Vegas. Le gustó la proximidad a Los Ángeles y vio en la ciudad una oportunidad para presentar su comida a una clientela más amplia. Anuncio El restaurante ¡Viva! de García abrió sus puertas en

mismo espacio”. ¡Viva! es la versión glamurosa y fiestera de Broken Spanish, con un DJ y una hora feliz que pronto se pondrá en marcha entre la comida y la cena. Situado a solo unos escaparates de distancia se encuentra el primer Wally’s Wine & Spirits

Flavors From Afar uniquely highlights refugee chefs and their best recipes

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • September 11, 2021

spotlighting rising-star chefs in L.A., curated by Ray Garcia of Broken Spanish and Valerie Gordon of Valerie Confections. Tickets, which cost $385 per person for each event, are available at lafoodbowl.com. Other stories —Stephanie Breijo details the origin

New event brings L.A.'s best taqueros and taqueras to Downtown L.A.

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • October 21, 2020

Tuetano Taqueria, who will be making birria Nov. 5-7. Eduardo Ruiz of Corazon y Miel and Chica's Tacos will take over week four, with "modern Mexican American" tacos Nov. 12-14. And Ray Garcia of Broken Spanish and BS Taqueria will finish the series with

Alta California tacos Nov. 18-21. "Looking at some of the restaurants that have closed, I wanted a chance to promote them and give them an opportunity to have some sales and some publicity," Esparza said. Corazon y Miel, Broken Spanish and BS Taqueria

Take-Out Tip of the Day: B.S. Taqueria Returns for Tuesday Taco Nights

Gwynedd Stuart • Los Angeles Magazine • April 14, 2020

While many restaurants are making the tough decision to shutter until dine-in business resumes, Broken Spanish chef Ray Garcia is reviving downtown’s B.S. Taqueria. Closed since last spring, the resurrected B.S. is launching a weekly taco night—on

Spanish between 4 and 10 p.m. on Tuesdays. B.S. Taqueria at Broken Spanish, 1050 Flower St., downtown.

Review: Head to Broken Spanish in DTLA for an ambitious, modernist take on Mexican food

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • October 16, 2015

How is Broken Spanish? Your opinion of the place, a modernist Mexican restaurant a few steps from Staples Center, is probably going to depend on what you think about the idea of chopped snout in your sweet potato. If you are of a certain adventurous

is a tasty, reasonable dish. On the other hand: snout. Or as the menu has it, trompa. And as glam as the indoor-outdoor dining room may be, as intoxicating as Mike Lay’s mezcal-based cocktails and as cheerful as the waiters, Broken Spanish is a kind