Show us the most colorful, diverse, delicious reasons to live in L.A. and you could win two tickets to the LA Street Food Fest.
For decades Los Angeles has been celebrated for its plentiful, affordable cuisine served by vendors on the sidewalks of the city. Now, with hundreds of new food trucks hitting the streets, how has the L.A. street food scene changed? From the James Beard Award-winning chef who's now cooking in a mobile kitchen, to the family that owns a traditional taco stand, to the man with the quilted metal cart who has been selling you mango on that street corner since you were a kid, we want to see what you think of as quintessential L.A. street food—the most colorful, diverse, delicious reasons to love this city.
What says "L.A. Street Food" to you? Is it a deep-fried taco eaten in a parking lot in East Los Angeles? Is it a bacon-wrapped "danger" dog served from a cart outside a Hollywood club? How about a locally-sourced burger grilled in an old moving van? Artisanal gelato in a retrofitted ice cream truck? A pupusa from the farmers market? A frozen banana on a stick? We want to see it all.