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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Guisados: Boyle Heights taqueria opens Echo Park restaurant

guidadosCustomers line up at opening night at Guisados. Photo by Dakota Smith

Mariachis performed in the parking lot as diners packed into the spare, white dining room of Guisados’ new Echo Park restaurant, which had a soft opening on Wednesday night.  The Echo Park outlet marks the initial expansion of the Boyle Heights taqueria, which landed a coveted spot on Jonathan Gold’s list of 99 Essential Restaurants with  tacos de guisado, handmade tortillas filled with flavorful helpings of braised meats and vegetables.  The menu at Guisados Echo Park, which  has taken over the former Sunset Boulevard home of La Esquinita, will mirror that of the Boyle Heights location but owner Armando De La Torre also plans to serve breakfast on the weekends and eventually serve beer and wine.

Guisados Echo Park
1261 w. Sunset Blvd.
Echo Park, 90026



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4 comments

  1. My taste buds were telling me to cruise over last night. I should ave listened. Yum!

  2. OH MY GOD, that was SOOOOOOOOOOO good. I’ll probably eat there twice a week.

  3. So excited for this. Best tacos! And the staff and management are SO friendly.

  4. they remove old tenants they put this place on business and take over sad to see this happen 2nd time to the past tenants,,

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