This East LA classic has been making tortillas and using them as fuel for fantastic burritos, quesadillas, and tacos for over seven decades. Ownership has changed over the years, but now the Villa family -- including father Juan, wife Candy, son Juan, and daughter Cynthia -- is making the most of La Azteca’s masa. The space is small but bold, with a mural of a woman in Aztec garb holding a basket of maize. Their quesadillas star griddled flour tortillas, molten Monterey Jack cheese, sautéed pico de gallo, and if you’re smart, chicharrones. Burritos get no better than the version with egg-battered, Jack-filled chile relleno, pinto beans, pico de gallo, and nopales.