Sonoratown

Stories about Sonoratown

Patricia Escárcega’s five favorite restaurants that she reviewed this year (so far)

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • July 3, 2019

Ave., 110, Corona, (951) 268-6968, krazkais.com Sonoratown 1/14 Sonoratown co-owner Jennifer Feltham sometimes drives five hours to pick up the Sonoran flour used in the restaurant’s tortillas.   (Silvia Razgova / For the Times) 2/14 Customers dig in

during lunch on a Friday.   (Silvia Razgova / For the Times) 3/14 Sonoratown’s Lorenza is the only menu item that uses a corn tortilla instead of flour. It comes topped with Monterey Jack cheese, avocado, cabbage, pinto beans and a grilled poblano pepper

Teddy's Red Tacos    Yours Truly    Kra Z Kai's BBQ    Sonoratown    Nightshade   

101 Best Restaurants: 15 dining destinations in downtown Los Angeles

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

restaurants made the cut, ranging from food stalls at bustling Grand Central Market to the serene, ultra-luxe kaiseki spot Hayato at the Row. Here’s the complete downtown list. 5. Sonoratown Sonoratown is Jennifer Feltham and Teodoro Diaz-Rodriguez’s culinary

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   

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

It isn’t difficult to eat well on a budget in Los Angeles. These 22 restaurants on the 2019 101 Best Restaurants list will satisfy your appetite without breaking the bank. Sonoratown (5) Sonoratown is Jennifer Feltham and Teodoro Diaz-Rodriguez’s

guacamole and then folded into a handmade flour tortilla. The tortillas — marvelously stretchy and buttery — are at the heart of the Sonoratown enterprise. They have single-handedly raised the tortilla batting average for the entire city of Los Angeles

Sonoratown    Burritos La Palma    Grand Central Market    Porridge + Puffs    Chichen Itza    Holbox    Northern Thai Food Club    Kobee Factory    Konbi    Mariscos Jalisco    Carnitas El Momo    Langer's    Guisados    Chong Qing Special Noodles    Tsujita    El Coraloense    Howlin' Ray's    X'Tiosu Kitchen    Joy    Dai Ho    Hasiba    Apey Kade    Kogi BBQ   

L.A. restaurants with Mexican food delivery and takeout

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 3, 2020

. Saturdays only. Pickup only. 1401 Mirasol St., Los Angeles, (323) 246-6819,elrusola.weebly.com Sonoratown The Burrito 2.0 is both a delivery godsend and superb encapsulation of what makes Jennifer Feltham and Teodoro Diaz-Rodriguez’s downtown taqueria so

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   

Take-Out Tip of the Day: Sonoratown Reopens for Pickup to Satisfy Our Taco Cravings

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • April 22, 2020

We don’t need it to be Tuesday to enjoy tacos, particularly the great ones from Sonoratown. The beloved downtown taqueria closed in early April, but it reopened this week for curbside pickup (call the restaurant at 213-628-3710) or takeout and

Where to find the best breakfast burritos in L.A.

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • August 28, 2021

at Sonoratown, the deshebrada (shredded beef in green chile) at Burritos La Palma and the cheese-gushing chile relleno option at La Azteca Tortilleria — tend to be more compact than their Mission-style counterparts. These I still eat top down; the

Review: At Sonoratown, worship at the altar of flour tortillas and mesquite-grilled beef

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • April 24, 2019

The first thing you notice about Sonoratown, the small counter-service taquería tucked amid the tailor shops and fabric outlets of downtown L.A.'s Fashion District, is the scent of mesquite-grilled steak that hangs in the air. The scent moves

carbón cookouts that have been a part of norteño culture for centuries; and nearly every stripe of roadside asadero in between. The first time I stepped into Sonoratown, the perfume of grilled beef and freshly warmed flour tortillas flooded me with

A New Series of Books Is Helping Beloved L.A. Restaurants Raise Much-Needed Funds

Liz Ohanesian • Los Angeles Magazine • January 4, 2021

Ever wanted to know the stories behind Los Angeles restaurants like Sonoratown, Kato, or Hop Woo? A new series of books, Take Away Los Angeles, tells those stories while helping local restaurants get through the pandemic. The series, published by

their stories in ways that they’ve not been able to do otherwise,” says Davis. The first two titles—focusing on West L.A.’s Kato and downtown’s Sonoratown—were successfully funded in November. Bub & Grandma’s Bread, Porridge + Puffs, Holbox, and Hop Woo

L.A. chefs share their earthquake kit food wish lists

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • June 12, 2021

up with: Jennifer Feltham, co-owner of Sonoratown Advertisement If salt, Tapatio and a clay pot can be considered basics, then please remember to pack me a 50-pound bag of pinto beans. I don’t care if you call me basic. It was the first thing we

Downtown Los Angeles restaurants from The Times' 101 list: 2020 edition

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 23, 2020

established Mexican neighborhoods in Los Angeles — the “lost barrio” of Sonoratown that once stood near L.A.’s present-day Chinatown — Jennifer Feltham and Teodoro Diaz-Rodriguez Jr.’s influential downtown taquería has helped spread the gospel of mesquite

trimmings, including shredded cabbage, earthy-sweet grilled green onions and the taqueria’s silken guacamole salsa. For a single bite that reminds you why the cooking at Sonoratown is essential, consider the Burrito 2.0, a sumptuously meaty parcel of chunky