Update: 4:28 p.m. The event tonight at La Cita was originally a private event and is now officially sold out. But don't fret, Guelaguetza has confirmed that there is plenty of Indio available at its restaurant.
By now, you've probably seen a few Spanglish billboards around the hipper parts of town ... More >>
Guzzle & NoshOne of the paintings on the wall inside Pal Cabron.
If you've driven past Pal Cabron in Koreatown this week and wondered why the doors are closed and the gate is locked, it's official: the Oaxacan cemita and clayuda shop has closed, along with its next-door neighbor Natura, a Oax ... More >>
Kevin ScanlonBricia LopezBricia Lopez was 17 the first time she was fired -- by her father. She had stayed out late partying and, afraid to come home, crashed at a girlfriend's house. His wrath was swift.
Though the family restaurant business had always been her safety net, she got a job as ... More >>
Jonagold apple, portions missingThe original Pal Cabron was one of those pop-culture miracles we have come to expect in Los Angeles, a Huntington Park sandwich shop specializing in overstuffed versions of Puebla's beloved cemitas, run by a young Oaxacan woman, Bricia Lopez, and splashed with ... More >>
If you've read Jonathan Gold's raves about cemita shop Pal Cabron but didn't feel like heading to Huntington Park only for a sandwich, things are looking up. Late next week, Pal Cabron will open its second location, this one in the original Guelaguetza space at 8th and Normandie in the heart of Ko ... More >>