A Guide to the Best Street Food Vendors in Los Angeles

From Guatemalan fare in Westlake to the best al pastor tacos north of the border, here are some of our faves
Garrett Snyder • Los Angeles Magazine • July 15, 2019
In September 2018 L.A. legalized street food for the first time. The bill was a welcome milestone, but as anyone who had sampled a late-night hot dog or Tajin-sprinkled fruit plate from a cart can attest, L.A. has enjoyed a robust street-food...
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