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Poll: Vote for the Best Potato Taco in LA

by Art Rodriguez June 15, 2011

Around dinner time a few nights ago I started thinking about potato tacos. We had our posts last week on the Origin of the Potato and chorizo con papas so I think that’s what got me going. I’ve painstakingly, and very scientifically (ah, who am I kidding?), informally polled friends and family for the best potato taco in the Greater Los Angeles area.  I found, that while few people agree, everyone had a destination in mind for the humble taco de papa.  LatinoFoodie will now poll its readers for your favorite place.  Vote, tell your friends to vote, and then tell your primos to vote.  If we’ve forgotten to include your favorite potato taco destination below, please add to our list.  Exclusion: your abuela’s house.  Once you’ve selected the top 3, LatinoFoodie will venture out to do a review and take some photos.

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