Originally Posted by gnu
I'll agree with El Tepeyac, place is awesome. Also really like this place I ran across in Glendale called Victoria's Tacos and Grill. Its out by Golden Road Brewery on San Fernando. Kind of out of the way but pretty bomb.
El Tepeyac is good, but they don't make Norcal-style burritos (which I consider to be a good thing).
That stretch of San Fernando Road is actually full of good taquerias. Victoria's is good and makes an awesome breakfast burrito, and El Sauz (two blocks further west on San Fernando) has really good carne asada. Then there is Mi Lindo Sinaloa on the corner of Los Feliz and San Fernando for seafood (and I think they have a liquor license).
But I prefer a place a few blocks away--El Toro on Colorado, a couple of blocks west of the Glendale Galleria. El Toro has awesome meats--the best IMHO are the al pastor and lengua. They also put together a really good torta and have a good milanesa plate one or two nights a week.