And yet another list: Burritos
I don't think this was posted elsewhere here, if so, apologies.
Los Angeles is seriously underrepresented, but it takes the top spot, and I approve that message.
I agree that we might be more of a taco town. (Though my own percentage of sampling the recent "top tacos" lists is rather sad.) I've always maintained that SF has the best burritos. SD; meh, I have yet to taste one that's worthy. The #35 on that list looks good, though.
But to have multiple representatives from not just NY, but CHICAGO?! And only ONE from only L.A.? That's just wrong.
Yuca's should be there. So should be the chile verde or chile relleno from Johnny's in L.A. adjacent Ventura. (I currently have half dozen of each frozen in my fridge.)
Again, although I might quibble, I really can't argue with the Azteca chile relleno at #1.
You should try it. And I should try Gilbert's.
Thanks jess! I think that the chile relleno burrito from La Azteca looks good - will have to try it. Most of those burritos did not make my mouth water. I did have the green chile from The Shed in Santa Fe when I was there in April and it is really, really good. Did not have the burrito tho. The one from all of these that made my mouth instantly water was the pic of the Al Pastor burrito from La Tapatia in SF. Yum!