Mexican Cuisine

Burrito King to Become Mixto Comida Latina

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Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 10:00 AM

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The longstanding Burriton King outpost at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Alvarado Street Hyperion and Rowena has been bought by the owners of Silver Lake pizza joint Tomato Pie, and is set to become Mixto Comida Latina, according to The Eastsider LA.

Gone is the yellow and orange paint, replaced by a lime green facade. Business partners Garrett Policastrow and Freddy Suarez plan to serve tacos, tortas and burritos made with grass-fed beef and sustainable foods.

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