Mariscos Jalisco

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L.A. restaurants with Mexican food delivery and takeout

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 3, 2020

, (310) 559-4732, madrerestaurants.com Mariscos Jalisco It has long been popular for food writers to suggest that Raul Ortega’s shrimp tacos, blazing from the fryer with a cooling overlay of avocado and salsa, might be the first or most essential dish for

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Make your way through the 101 Best Restaurants list at these affordable places to eat

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 20, 2019

Angeles Times) Mariscos Jalisco (61) For nearly 20 years Raul Ortega has sold tacos, aguachiles and ceviches out of his Boyle Heights mariscos truck on Olympic Boulevard. Anyone moving to Los Angeles and looking for a defining lunch on their first day

/mariscosjalisco Shrimp tacos from Mariscos Jalisco. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) Carnitas El Momo (65) Anyone who lives in Los Angeles and partakes of pig should know the splendor of El Momo’s carnitas mixta taco at least once. The Acosta family sometimes

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Coronavirus sends L.A.'s beloved taco trucks into survival mode

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • March 26, 2020

, many of the city’s popular taco vendors are fighting for their livelihoods. The crowds have vanished at Mariscos Jalisco as seen Monday. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) Raul Ortega, who operates Boyle Heights’ Mariscos Jalisco food truck with

eating for locals and visitors. “We have a unique product and customers that support us,” he said. Mariscos Jalisco’s popular tacos dorados de camaron. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) On the night that the “Safer at Home” mandate was announced, Ortega

A Trip Down West Adams Boulevard, One of L.A.’s Most Delicious Dining Drags

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • December 9, 2019

Media Luna, stuffed with chopped shrimp and scallops, conjures the iconic taco de camaron from Mariscos Jalisco. Late hours—it’s open till 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights—and ample outdoor seating add to the fun. Delicious Pizza Mike Ross—cofounder of

Newsletter: Countdown to the 101 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 7, 2019

(and stomachs). We started at Guisados in Boyle Heights, where we ordered one (or maybe two) of every taco. Next up, a nightcap of shrimp-stuffed tacos at the Mariscos Jalisco truck on Olympic Boulevard. The following morning, having overslept, we lined

Here's all the great Mexican food from the 2019 101 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles list

Patricia Escárcega, Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • December 16, 2019

Angeles Times) Mariscos Jalisco (61) For nearly 20 years Raul Ortega has sold tacos, aguachiles and ceviches out of his Boyle Heights mariscos truck on Olympic Boulevard. Anyone moving to Los Angeles and looking for a defining lunch on their first day

-world.com The shrimp taco at Mariscos Jalisco. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) Chaak Kitchen (64) At her sleek Old Town Tustin restaurant, chef Gabbi Patrick pays homage to her family’s Yucatecan heritage with time-intensive interpretations of the

A Guide to the Best Street Food Vendors in Los Angeles

Garrett Snyder • Los Angeles Magazine • July 15, 2019

space at a grill. But the feeling is mostly one of being at a rollicking backyard party. Make sure to order a cup of fresh cantaloupe juice, too (with free refills). Like everything else at Dollar Hits, it costs only a buck. Mariscos Jalisco 3040 E

. Olympic Blvd., Boyle Heights The most famous food truck in Los Angeles? After Roy Choi’s Kogi fleet, it might well be Mariscos Jalisco, the iconic operation of Raul Ortega—from the Mexican town of San Juan de los Lagos, Jalisco. Ordering the fried-shrimp

Newsletter: The globetrotter who shows us that tea is an adventure

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • November 2, 2019

Koslow will be there; so will Howlin’ Ray’s Johnny Zone, Mariscos Jalisco’s Raul Ortega, Porridge + Puffs’ Minh Phan and pie queen Nicole Rucker. Also: Superiority Burger. Read about who else will be there (including some of your favorite Food section

What rings true and false for Los Angeles in Michelin's new California guide

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • June 4, 2019

-brilliant Kismet, David Chang’s magnum opus Majordomo and Thai Town’s defining Jitlada. The list of Los Angeles-area Bib Gourmands is five-dozen strong. It points out Mariscos Jalisco for one of the best tacos in the universe. It covers San Gabriel notables

Decade in dining: How Los Angeles became America's best and most exciting food city

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • January 3, 2020

dishes of their heritage after stints in fine-dining kitchens. Among food lovers, $2.25 fried shrimp tacos from Mariscos Jalisco carry capital equal to Spago’s $28 smoked salmon pizza. My own feelings around L.A. dining veered from admiring to ardent in