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AdamFoodie Sep 3, 2007 12:30 PM

where should I go tonight for vegetable fajitas? thanks

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    AdamFoodie RE: AdamFoodie Sep 3, 2007 01:05 PM

    my girlfriend and I want americanized mexican food tonight(fajitas,nachos,margaritas) i'm in the valley and was thinkin either casa vega, don cucos, or senor fred's I havent been to any of these places before do any of them have decent food or am I better off just drivin to El Cholo? thanks

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      sherpa50 RE: AdamFoodie Sep 4, 2007 01:14 PM

      If it matters to you, I think both Casa Vega & Don Cuco's use lard in their beans (this may have changed by now). I would opt for El Cholo, even tho' it is reviled constantly here - their Sonora Style nachos are deelish (or at least, they used to be). Their beans are lard-free, but there is chicken stock in the rice & beef stock in the sauce used on the cheese enchiladas - rendering both uneatable for strict vegetarians. I usually stick to the tosada sans meat & a peach margarita - yum (i can't hate El Cholo - it's too nostalgic a place for me).

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      LMelba RE: AdamFoodie Sep 3, 2007 01:46 PM

      Abuelitas in Topanga Canyon? I haven't been there, but have been curious to try it out.

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        Bugg Superstar RE: AdamFoodie Sep 3, 2007 04:45 PM

        pizza world on fairfax, just south of 3rd, makes vegatarian fajitas with fake meat. it is good americanized meatless mexican food in my opinion, but it's not in the valley.

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