Tito’s Tacos

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The only thing better than a Tito’s Taco… is two. The slogan says it all. There is always a line at Tito’s and the tables are usually full. The majority of those in line are taking their order to go. It’s worth the wait!

I’ve been eating Tito’s Tacos for at least 45 years. It’s my comfort food and I continue to eat my two tacos and a bean and cheese burrito at least three times a month. Tito’s is pure Californian Mexican food: crispy, fried tacos filled with mixed meat and lettuce. If you want cheese, it’s extra. I happen to LOVE them without the cheese.

What makes these tacos so good is Tito’s fresh red salsa. Continue reading

The only thing better than a Tito’s Taco… is two. The slogan says it all. There is always a line at Tito’s and the tables are usually full. The majority of those in line are taking their order to go. It’s worth the wait!

I’ve been eating Tito’s Tacos for at least 45 years. It’s my comfort food and I continue to eat my two tacos and a bean and cheese burrito at least three times a month. Tito’s is pure Californian Mexican food: crispy, fried tacos filled with mixed meat and lettuce. If you want cheese, it’s extra. I happen to LOVE them without the cheese.

What makes these tacos so good is Tito’s fresh red salsa. It’s not spicy at all, just delicious. If you want a little kick in your food ask for some of the green salsa, which is diced, pickled jalapeno peppers. It’s all about the combination of flavors.

The standard burritos at Tito’s are meat and bean but you can order them all meat or just bean and cheese. They also sell cheese enchiladas, beef and chicken tamales, tostadas, and chili beans. The sides include refried beans, rice, and guacamole like nowhere else.

Tito’s food is all their own. You won’t find the same taste in any other Mexican restaurant. The first stop when picking anyone up from LAX is Tito’s Tacos. It’s what those who have moved away miss most.

What to Eat
Tito’s Tacos, Tostada
Tostada
Must-Try
Tostada, the best of both worlds. When you don't want both a taco and a burrito you can have the beans, lettuce, and cheese on a tostada.
Directions and Hours
Open Today
Sunday10 am - 10 pm
Monday10 am - 10 pm
Tuesday10 am - 10 pm
Wednesday10 am - 10 pm
Thursday10 am - 10 pm
Friday10 am - 11 pm
Saturday10 am - 11 pm
Information
Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Lunch, Dinner
Credit Cards Accepted
No
Alcohol Served
No
Outdoor Seating
Yes
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