Chico's

(323) 254-2445 | View Website

100 N Avenue 50, Los Angeles, CA | Directions   90042

34.105179 -118.202446

 
Clothing, Sleepwear, Women's Clothing  more

Payment Methods: American Express, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Travelers Check, Visa

Neighborhoods: Eagle Rock, East LA

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Solid Mexican food in Mount Washington/Highland Park. This tiny, red-boothed restaurant serves up good soups, mariscos and standard LA Mexican food fare.

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over a year ago

Women's clothing influenced by world cultures and designed for style and comfort. – In Short
For women who love to travel, or who simply prefer a worldly look, Chico's offers fashions inspired by the cultures of Africa, Japan and South America. Much of the store-exclusive clothing line consists of embroidered tank tops, linen jackets, washable silk blouses, tailored pants and button-down tops. Most items are lightweight and loose-fitting. Many feature elastic waistbands. Beaded earrings and bracelets complete that just-off-safari look.

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5.0
over a year ago

Giant Burritos! Great price. – This casual restaurant serves up the freshest salsa and guacamole in town. Watch out for the habneros sometimes! They have a nice selection of beer to cool down your mouth. The burritos are huge and worth every penny. Awesome enchiladas too.

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5.0
over a year ago

chico's is the best – This is the best mexican food I have found in los angeles. We eat here weekly. The food is fresh, made to order, and fantastic. It's a humble little place, but the service is always great. Their sauces are home made, and the salsa and guacamole is killer.

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5.0
over a year ago

Amazing Mexican Food – I have tried all types of Mexican food all over LA (Guelaguetza, Border Grill, Gallego Brothers, El Tepeyac), and this is some of the best and freshest I have ever had. The salsa and guacamole are rich and fresh. The tamales are not greasy at all, and the meat in the tamales and enchiladas is deliciously marinated. My achilles heel is the fried tacos, though; they are fantastic. The best thing of all is the price. My girlfriend and I got 2 tamales, 2 tacos, 4 enchiladas, 1 quesadilla, and a side of guacamole for $23! If the area was better and it wasn't such a drive from Venice, we'd be over there every week.

 

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