New event brings L.A.'s best taqueros and taqueras to Downtown L.A.

The Taqueando pop-up is bringing some of L.A.'s best taqueros and taqueras (Priscilla Curiel, Tacos El Ruso and Mariscos Jalisco) to downtown L.A. for a five-week event.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • October 21, 2020
Five of the most lauded taqueros and taqueras in Los Angeles will take part in Taqueando, a taco pop-up series in downtown Los Angeles. Starting Thursday, a rotating lineup of chefs will serve tacos out of the former Church and State restaurant...
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