L.A.'s best breakfast burritos, so simple yet so delicious

Breakfast burritos are the emblem of the morning meal in L.A. Here are our top choices.
Bill AddisonRestaurant Critic • Los Angeles Times • August 26, 2021
Dining out for breakfast in Southern California is, at its finest, an expression of community and intersecting cultures: Yemeni shakshouka in Anaheim, broiled mackerel with miso soup and salt pickles in Little Tokyo, catfish and grits in...
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