This tiny strip mall spot in West Hollywood serves the kind of giant enchilada combo platters and cheese-topped burritos that taste good any time of day. That said, they taste best at 4am after a long night out in Boystown and an ill-advised stop at Mickey’s after hours. If you’re really hungry, go for the cheese enchiladas, but otherwise, the taquitos and carne asada burrito are both delicious and easy to eat while you walk.
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La Casita Mexicana
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Canter's is a Los Angeles classic. Come late night for a pastrami reuben and some very entertaining people watching.
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