TIto’s in downtown calls itself a bakery - and while the baked Mexican goods (like pan dulce) are great, what you’re really here for are the burritos. This breakfast burrito is among the best in LA County, but you really can’t go wrong with any of the fillings. That’s because the house-made flour tortillas are fresh, soft, and an excellent vessel for whatever proteins and vegetables you choose to put inside them (when it’s not breakfast time, we like the buche best). Be warned, though - parking can be tough, and it’s cash only.
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