King Taco is one of Los Angeles' favorite late-night attractions. After all the clubs in Hollywood have closed, and the bars/pubs in the area have served their last call for alcohol, you can expect the folks at King Taco will be there, open, and ready to serve you some of the finest authentic Mexican food around!

At locations highly visited by patrons, a King Taco converted roach coach may usually be found, spitting out the highly praised tacos at an unfathomable rate. Given the name, KING Taco, one might imagine food fit for royalty. Such a quandary seems fitting. I, for one, believe it to be the only name this place could EVER claim, as the food there is definately fit for patriarchal dictators (or any other revered nobleman).

ALSO: nectar of the gods, sope, to die for, carne asada, a tad bit overpriced, yet still worth every centavo.

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Founded in 1974 by the Martinez family, King Taco began its operations from a single converted ice cream truck. The Mexican fast food favorite has since expanded to 18 popular locations throughout Los Angeles County. Serving a wide variety of authentic home-style Mexican foods, King Taco has been recognized by prominent food critics, including Henry Alfaro, Elmer Dills and Fred Anderson. It has also repeatedly placed within the top 100 of Hispanic Business Magazine's "Top 500 Hispanic Businesses." Mexican food lovers attribute King Taco's success to its use of fresh ingredients, providing a product of consistent quality that keeps customers coming back for more. The Martinez family remains dedicated to providing growth, stability and cultural pride to the Latino community through the success of its King Taco enterprise.

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