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Breanna from Los Angeles asked

Very important: who has the best breakfast burrito?

I have a very important question for the Trippy Community: where can I find the best breakfast burrito in LA? 

Annnnd GO!

Los Angeles (California)

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Zach from Los Angeles

The answer to your question is definitively, unequivocally Tacos Villa Corona. Specifically, the chorizo-potato offering.


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Breanna
Now I must go immediately. Thanks!!
 

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Brenda
oh yes...hands down best in town
 
 
 

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Zach from West Bloomfield Township, Michigan

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jack from California

Breanna Wilson! I think Spencer Spellman is right and you should try the Lucky Boy because you will like it. 


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DDAAAAAYYYYYYYUUUUUMMMMMM. Ok, I need this.
 
 
 

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Courtney P. from Portland

This is not in L.A. proper, but Tortas Mexico in Pasadena is a top runner. My husband introduced it to me, as he worked in Pasadena for 10 years and this was his go-to breakfast burrito.

It contains scrambled egg, bacon, hash browns, beans, rice and the secret ingredient: hot dog. It is a huge burrito! I could share it with someone, or save half for lunch later. Ask for hot sauce on the side!



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Breanna
Well, hot dog is a new breakfast burrito ingredient for me! And there's only one way to find out if it's one I like!
 
 
 

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amery from Chinatown New York

Hole Mole breakfast burrito is one of the best. I would suggest for you to try there. I am sure you would love to go there again after trying them once.


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Valerie from Los Angeles

I second the burritos at Huckleberry Cafe and Bakery. There's somethin about those fried potatoes.


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Spencer from Los Angeles

I've heard that Corner Cottage brings all the boys and girls to the yard for their breakfast burrito. I like Huckleberry Cafe and Bakery's breakfast burrito. On the west side, Amigos Tacos. My favorite, however, is Lucky Boy! It's loaded, it's stuffed with meat, and it's huge...And loaded, did I mention it's loaded and stuffed with meat?!


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Jake from Los Angeles

You can't go wrong with a solid breakfast burrito from any of the ones already mentioned. My personal favorite is the breakfast burrito from Big Tomy's... I tend to split it with a co-worker of mine because they're so big. But wow, are they delicious. 

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Now I want one.


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Breanna
Now I want one too!!!
 
 
 

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beth from Malibu

Lily's Cafe & Pastries- Hands down delicious and worth the drive! Lily's Cafe & Pastries  


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Tony from Minneapolis

The Griddle Cafe on Sunset


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