This dime-sized Mexican brunch spot is a newer place around here (at least in Burbank years, 2015 was practically yesterday), but it’s quickly become very busy on weekends. Be prepared to wait a bit, but stick around and you’re in for a glorious Mexican breakfast of machaca, huevos divorciados, and multiple cups of that signature, cinnamon-infused cafe de olla coffee.
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Tony’s Darts Away
One of the best sports bars in all of LA, Tony’s Darts Away has a fun atmosphere that never gets too rowdy and some excellent bar food.
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Mercado isn’t the best Mexican you’ll ever eat. But it's right downtown Santa Monica and after a day of misery at the pier, you simply don't care.
A big, modern Oaxacan restaurant in Torrance, Madre is an excellent place for a casual weeknight dinner.
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La Casita Mexicana
La Casita Mexicana in Bell is worth the drive no matter where in the city you're coming from.
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