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El Carmen's selection is that of most Mexican eateries: nachos, combination plates, quesadillas and flan. What they are really known for at this red-lit, tunnel-like restaurant is the bar, where a wide range of tequilas star on a vast and popular drinks menu.
In a city where nobody walks, here's a street that imminently walkable. While our low stucco architecture bears no resemblance to the brownstones of New York City, Third Street -- between La Cienega a... More »
A very old, sexy, dark tequila bar hidden behind thick, red curtains in an unassuming storefront on West Third Street near Fairfax, El Carmen has a Mexican wrestling motif on the curved ceiling -- and, beneath it, one of the best happy hours in the city. The deliciously tart house margaritas would be shockingly good even if they weren't a mere $5 -- no sickly sweet sour mix here -- and you can't help but love the idea of a $3 Tecate in this pricey city. But it's the food that... More »
They have a massive tequila selection, a great jukebox, and a simple menu of chips and salsa and guac and tacos and taquitos to make sure you don't go overboard on an empty stomach. The pictures of the Mexican wrestlers in freaky masks do eventually lose their creepiness, I promise.
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