With a name that translates to “All good” in Spanish, this pop-up turned restaurant joins the city’s booming birria scene at the busy corner of La Brea and Sunset, complete with old-school arcade games to tempt you into sticking around for a while. Owner and chef Alex Arutyunyan fell in love with birria while working under the direction of Jon & Vinny’s sous chef, Raymundo. After adopting Raymundo’s family recipe, which puts a Pueblo spin on the dish that hails from Jalisco, Arutyunyan began serving it at festivals and then at pop-ups to stellar reviews, leading him to the opportunity to open his first brick-and-mortar in the heart of Hollywood. The heritage-driven street food menu is simple and straightforward, offering juicy, well-stewed beef birria or chicken in tacos, tostadas, burritos, quesadillas, and quesa tacos—or keep it simple with a 16-ounce cup of consomme with beef. Go for the Ceviche Tostada if you’re in the mood for seafood, and make sure you tack on an order of Esquites, street-style corn with cotija cheese, lime, garlic, chili, and cilantro. Taco Tuesdays are celebrated with $2 tacos all day long.
How to book: Walk in or order takeout online.