Grand Central Market | Press Coverage | Los Angeles Times | By Jonathan Gold It is convenient sometimes to think of the century-old sprawl of Grand Central Market as a single entity, a living, breathing organism whose cells are constantly replenishing themselves although the outward appearance stays the .
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Where to get tacos and more great Mexican food from Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants
October 25, 2017

By Jonathan Gold

It is convenient sometimes to think of the century-old sprawl of Grand Central Market as a single entity, a living, breathing organism whose cells are constantly replenishing themselves although the outward appearance stays the same. Is it still Latin American? Not quite, although the best carnitas downtown are still at Villa Moreliana, Roast to Go and Ana Maria are still serving gorditas, the hand-ground moles from Chiles Secos are still lovely, and the lines at Tacos Tumbras a Tomas are still long. And it is still impossible to imagine downtown without it.

317 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, (213) 624-2378, www.grandcentralmarket.com.

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