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

I ate a whole lot of breakfast burritos and name some favorites.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • August 28, 2021
My colleague Ben Mims and I were sharing a strangely sweet veggie breakfast burrito at a cafe in West Hollywood. It was one of many stops in a project to name my top choices for L.A.’s favorite morning food. Ben wondered how it was going. “Are you...
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