Where to find fried quesadillas from Mexico City in Los Angeles

This week's recommendations include fried quesadillas from Mexico City and MSG martinis in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • May 15, 2023
This week's column comes with a warning and an apology. Half of the stuff I'm about to mention is 2,800 miles away. I'm sorry. But you now have a short list of places to try on your next trip east. I was in New York last week for our annual Coast...
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