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L.A. Forever Our taco trucks led the way.


avocado on (or in) everything.


We put


Avocado pie at Café Gratitude


à 639 N Larchmont Blvd (323-580-6383, cafegratitude.com)


Avocado toast at Eveleigh


à 8752 W Sunset Blvd (424-239-1630, theeveleigh.com)


Avocado Ale at Angel City Brewery


à 216 Alameda St (213-622-1261, angelcitybrewery.com)


Taco trucks gave birth to L.A.’s food- truck scene long before grilled-cheese sandwiches and lobster rolls were being sold on four wheels. Here are a few notable spots that define our taco truck landscape. Kogi (@kogibbq): This purveyor


popularized food trucks with Korean- Mexican mash-ups like short-rib tacos. Ricky’s Fish Tacos (@rickysfishtacos): The


Eastside truck serves quite possibly the most famous fish taco in the city. Guerrilla Tacos (@guerrillatacos): The


prices may be higher, but you get that when your tacos are topped with uni or lamb. Tacos Cuernavaca (@tacoscuernavaca):


You’re here for the $2 cecina tacos: thin layers of cured beef topped with onions and chile de árbol salsa. Mariscos Jalisco (@mariscosjalisco): The


seafood truck is best known for its stuffed and fried shrimp tacos dorados.


Free produce is available all year.


Any tree branch that hangs over the sidewalk is technically public property, which means that big, juicy grapefruit is all yours. Snatch it up!


Everyone worships a giant rock.


We packed the sidewalks to see it paraded along city streets, showed up for selfies at its opening and critiqued every facet of its 340-ton Riverside-born body. Such is the life of Michael Heizer’s Levitated Mass at LACMA. (5905 Wilshire Blvd; 323-857-6000, lacma.org)


Our scientists are out of this world.


There are Mars-bound robots hiding in the San Gabriel foothills—and you can visit them. NASA and California Institute of Technology open the doors to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (4800 Oak Grove Dr, Pasadena; 818-354-4321, jpl .nasa.gov) for regular tours as well as an annual open house. Excited by the idea of a reusable rocket? Or a human colony on Mars? You can thank Elon Musk and the rocket scientists at SpaceX in Hawthorne (1 Rocket Rd; 310-363-6000, spacex.com) for those lofty—and totally achievable—goals.


There’s such great neon here.


L.A. might be known for its perpetual sunshine during the day, but at night, the city glows just as brightly. Hell, we love our neon so much that we have an entire museum dedicated to the colorful glass tubes (Museum of Neon Art, 216 S Brand Blvd, Glendale; 818-696-2149, neonmona.org). Whether it’s golden arches at the oldest McDonald’s in the world (10207 Lakewood Blvd, Downey) or an Eastside giraffe getting a neck X-ray, our neon landmarks are nostalgia-licked bright spots.


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October–December 2016 Time Out Los Angeles


PHOTOGRAPH: COURTESY CC/FLICKR/THOMAS HAWK


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