Upon hearing that I have a blog devoted to tasting tacos from around the country (and globe), people ask me where to find the best tacos -- what is my favorite? I tend to give a complicated answer. "It depends what you're looking for." In New York, if you want upscale Mexican with delicious tacos and kick-ass margaritas: Empellon Taqueria in the West Village. If you're looking for super standard street-style no-frills tacos, Tehuitzingo Deli. The spot for delicious tacos but where the all-star menu item is not tacos: El Centro . The list and descriptors goes on. Well, when venturing to Los Angeles, it seems that everyone agrees upon one favorite: Guisado's . Guisado's on Sunset (original is in Boyle Heights) Now I understand why. These tacos are easily in the top 5 of all tacos I've tasted. They win big with the tortillas. Stone ground corn masa is turned into delectable, hearty, fresh-made tortillas that hold
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Recently, I've been thinking about my digital brand and online presence. I am Blocho's Tacos. And more. This online log of tacos and other foods and places has become an element of my identity and a go-to place to personally and publicly explore my "musings". My identity stretches far beyond tacos. So, is it inauthentic to use this as a forum for non-taco related things? Do I need multiple digital outlets for my different interests? I'm still not sure. All I know is that as challenging as it is to admit, there is life beyond tacos that I've started exploring. But there will always be tacos.