Taqueando—an all-you-can-eat taco tasting festival featuring traditional and innovative chefs from Southern California, Mexico, and beyond—held its first annual event in June 2019. Fast forward to 2020, and we're in another universe altogether. While mass gatherings aren't possible, Taqueando's organizers are keeping the spirit of the event alive with Taqueando Takeover, a five week rotating pop-up of taqueros and taqueras curated by Bill Esparza (a James Beard Award winner in journalism for his coverage of the Los Angeles taco scene) at the former Church & State restaurant space in Downtown LA. Each week will feature a special guest and special menus available for takeout and for dine-in on a first come, first served basis on the restaurant’s patio from 5:30PM to 11PM. The bar will also be open for dine-in and take out.
For the final week of the series, Ray Garcia of Broken Spanish and B.S. Taqueria shines a light on Alta California tacos for a four night run. The menu will feature various tacos (shrimp, carne asada, chicharrón, cauliflower, and eggplant), chicken necks with salsa de chile de árbol, and a mushroom quesadilla. (Wednesday, 11/18 through Saturday, 11/21). For more menu details and updates, visit www.taqueandofest.com.
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