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Loteria Grill
Mexican Restaurant$$
Today 8AM–9PM
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6333 W 3rd St Los Angeles, CA 90036
6333 West 3rd StreetUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90036
(323) 930-2211loteriagrill.com
$$Mexican Restaurant, Delivery Restaurant
Mexican Restaurant
Delivery Restaurant
Latin American Restaurant
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Today 8AM–9PM
Thursday 8AM–9PMFriday 8AM–10PMSaturday 8AM–10PMSunday 8AM–8PMMonday 8AM–9PMTuesday 8AM–9PMWednesday 8AM–9PM
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Regional Mexican Kitchen. Traditionally un-traditional Mexican cuisine. Loteria Grill locations in Hollywood and Studio City too!
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Innovative takes on classic Mexican eats are the hallmark of this Original Farmers Market stand.- Google
"Crema Mexicana, Fresh Avocado, Onion and Cilantro."
"All you need to know is: cochinita pibil."
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Esther Kim
a month ago
This particular Loteria Grill is located inside of the Farmer's Market on Third and Fairfax. You can park at the Grove's parking garage, or the Farmer's Market has its own two parking lots that you can use as well. I am not sure if Loteria Grill validates, but if you get Farmer's Market validation the parking is free for two hours. The food here looked good so my friend and I decided to eat here for lunch. I got their Camaron Burrito: Pan-seared Shrimp in your choice of spicy Morita Salsa or Fresh Tomatillo Salsa. Crema Mexicana, Fresh Avocado, Onion and Cilantro. The burrito also comes prepared with rice and beans, which you cannot sub out (I am not a fan of beans). The meal also comes with a small side salad. It is weird that they wouldn't let me sub out the beans on my burrito because they clearly prepare it after you order... and in my case, they accidentally left out the avocado. So I had to go back and ask them for the avocado; they sliced up half an avocado and gave it to me on a separate plate. There are a decent amount of tables on either side of Loteria Grill, so we were able to find seating fairly quickly. It took me a while to get the avocado, but other than that our experience was fine. The burrito was fine, nothing special... not sure if I would come back here, but it's definitely a decent option for lunch in the Farmer's Market.
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Rigoberto Aguirre
10 months ago
They have it all wrong waisted $60. Order: chicken tortilla soup, chicken mole , 4 fish tacos, 3 enchilada a la cart, and 2 agua frescas = $60. tortilla soup ten times better at Chili's, Chicken dry mole nothing to talk about, fish tacos ok, my kids liked the enchilada, and the drinks were bland. Expensive with plenty of options surrounding us. They must believe because they have other well known locations they can gouge you here! A perfect day n night end horribly
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julie baha
2 months ago
I love how the food tastes
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Carm W
a year ago
They have the best Mexican food in the Grove/Mid-City area. However, it is a little pricey for a fast food type service. Since it is located inside the Farmer's Market it has a very casual atmosphere. My only complaint is the staff rushes you to order and they charge for every little thing (including salsa, pico de gallo and salsa verde). My favorite items are the Summer Salad, the shrimp tacos, all of the pork tacos and the horchata.
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vanina ivy
2 weeks ago
Yes on the cochinita pibil - it is a must try! Very flavorful! Wash it down with your favorite (or maybe try a new one...) drink!!!
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Shekib Jami
a month ago
Great burritos. Worth the wait.
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Matthew A.
a year ago
One of the pricier options in the farmers market. It's great that they sell beer and have tvs - so if you want to watch a game, have a drink, and people watch, it's a great spot. But you're paying full Loteria prices (they have proper restaurants in Studio City and Hollywood Blvd) for farmers market picnic table ambiance. My advice, grab a beer and some chips - skip the entrees.
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Danny Medina
a year ago
If you want great Mexican food this is the place I had the chicken nachos and they were Tony the tiger great !!!!