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L.A. Weekly's Tacolandia 2013 

June 24, 2013
On Sunday, inside the Hollywood Palladium parking lot, L.A. Weekly hosted the first annual Tacolandia, a savory food fest dedicated to L.A.'s favorite food. Taco fans enjoyed eats from over 30 taqueros from L.A. to OC and Baja California. A flowing tequila bar, live music and fantastic crowd made sure that we kicked of the summer the right way. All photos by Nanette Gonzales.

See also: Tacolandia 2013: Thanks for Coming + See You Next Year
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On Sunday, inside the Hollywood Palladium parking lot, L.A. Weekly hosted the first annual Tacolandia, a savory food fest dedicated to L.A.'s favorite food. Taco fans enjoyed eats from over 30 taqueros from L.A. to OC and Baja California. A flowing tequila bar, live music and fantastic crowd made sure that we kicked of the summer the right way. All photos by Nanette Gonzales.

See also: Tacolandia 2013: Thanks for Coming + See You Next Year
Published on June 24, 2013

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