Stories about Guelaguetza

L.A. restaurants with Mexican food delivery and takeout

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 3, 2020

-simmered with chiles or a less saucy cumin-scented variation with lamb. Both are wonderful. Weekends only. Pickup or delivery. 4163 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, (323) 737-5050, A delivery bag awaits pickup at Guelaguetza in Koreatown. (Bill

Addison / Los Angeles Times) Guelaguetza Moles are the crossword puzzles of Oaxacan cooking. Their complexities tease and challenge our brains; we need them more than ever. Bricia Lopez and her family have created family meals with one of four moles (negro

Broken Spanish    Burritos La Palma    Cacao Mexicatessen    Carnitas El Momo    Coni'Seafood    Gish Bac    Guelaguetza    Guerrilla Tacos    Madre    Mariscos Jalisco    Mi Ranchito Veracruz    Mole de los Reyes    Poncho's Tlayudas    El Ruso    Sonoratown    Tacos 1986    Tacos Ensenada    Teddy's Red Tacos    Tortas Ahogadas El Rey    Zacatecas Restaurant   

Newsletter: Bricia Lopez on Guelaguetza cookbook, telling family's story

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • November 23, 2019

writer Javier Cabral, with input from all of Bricia’s family. The Lopez family in 1994 founded Guelaguetza, the legendary Mexican restaurant in Koreatown that has become the center of Oaxacan cultural life in Los Angeles. The cookbook includes recipes for

family behind L.A.’s Guelaguetza, with Javier Cabral (Abrams, $40), was released in October. (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times) Whose idea was it to write the cookbook and how did the project come together? The idea of having a cookbook was always

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

How and why we chose our Restaurant of the Year

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • May 22, 2021

. institution Guelaguetza as the Gold Award recipient. Locol, Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson’s collaboration in Watts that reimagined the fast-food genre (and has since closed), was the first to be named Restaurant of the Year. Gold christened Carlos Salgado’s

celebration meals at Phenakite and Guelaguetza, a panel on women in food led by Jenn Harris, and, in commemoration of Juneteenth, an exploration of Black foodways hosted by newly arrived Times reporter Donovan X. Ramsey. Advertisement Other stories — “In the

The Netflix food show everyone's watching

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • May 29, 2021

celebration meals at Phenakite and Guelaguetza; a panel on women in food led by Jenn Harris; and, in commemoration of Juneteenth, an exploration of Black foodways hosted by newly arrived Times reporter Donovan X. Ramsey. Have a question? Email us. Other

Where to Get Your Cinco de Mayo Margaritas to Go

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • May 4, 2020

, margaritas to go in six-, three-, or single-serving sizes. Order on Madre’s website for pickup or delivery from either location. $6-$38. Guelaguetza Oaxacan institution Guelaguetza is offering what it calls “happy hour margaritas” by the three-serving jar as

well as two house mezcal cocktails in 32-ounce bottles. The drinks pair perfectly with the restaurant’s menu of family-style meal packs. Order on Guelaguetza’s website for pickup; for delivery order via DoorDash or GrubHub. $15. Resident Favorite Arts

How to make margaritas and micheladas for Cinco de Mayo

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • April 30, 2020

channel at 5:30 p.m. PDT on May 5 for a live cocktail demo with Bricia Lopez of Guelaguetza, Christy Vega of Casa Vega and Pablo Moix of Old Lightning. Lopez will make virgin and regular mango micheladas, Vega plans to mix margaritas and Moix will concoct

101 Best Restaurants: Eat your way through Koreatown

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • January 24, 2020

competition. — P.I.E. 955 S. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, 90006, (Bret Harman / For The Times) 98. Guelaguetza Guelaguetza is the spiritual home of Oaxacan cooking in Los Angeles, a restaurant that preaches the gospel of mole. On any given weekend

Tamales Elena y Antojitos is best new L.A. Mexican restaurant

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 8, 2020

regional. In an afternoon you can drive across the metro area and collect Oaxacan mole tamales from Gish Bac and Guelaguetza; a giant, achiote-stained, Yucatecan-style fried tamal from Chichén Itzá; Nayarit versions from Rosy’s studded with vegetables; and

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As curfews continue, struggling restaurants dealt an additional blow

Garrett Snyder, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • June 3, 2020

than the curfew cutoff to allow employees and customers to get home. But many others — including Guelaguetza, Apple Pan and most locations of the salad chain Sweetgreen — closed for the entire day. “All our shops will be closed again, Tuesday, June 2