Given that we are located in arguably one of the most innovative taco-scapes in the country, it is only fitting that LA Weekly is bringing back its fourth annual Tacolandia this weekend! The event will benefit Food Forward, which “rescues” fresh produce that is otherwise destined to be wasted and connecting it with those in need, and El Pueblo Park Association (EPPA), which focuses on the “restoration, conservation and promotion of El Pueblo” as a historic site.
Located in El Pueblo de Los Angeles just off of Olvera St, this Saturday will pack a punch with over 100 vendors and cash bars, featuring notable favorites from LA to Baja California such as Guerrilla Tacos, Mariscos Jalisco, El Tepeyac, and Petty Cash (among many others). To see the full list and purchase tickets, follow this link!
What: What taco lovers’ dreams are made of
Where: El Pueblo de Los Angeles
When: Saturday, 6/10 from 3-7pm
Cost: $50 + parking (anywhere from $5-15) or Metro pass ($1.75 each way)
Who: **Please note: this event is 21+
Parking/Transportation: El Pueblo is located next to Union Station, and just a few blocks from the Grand Park metro station. A breakdown of parking options and prices can be found here.