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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Los Angeles, CA Area

    Another REAL gem of a Liquor store is WINE AND LIQUOR DEPOT in Van Nuys. So for all the Valley tequila dwellers. They have a hug selection and very decent prices.

    http://www.wineandliquordepot.com/
    6938 Saticoy St.
    Van Nuys CA, 91406

    Store Hours:
    Monday - Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Sunday: Noon - 5:00 pm

    Telephone:
    Toll-Free 888-622-1414
    Tequila, el espíritu de mexico, mi quierido.

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    Default Re: Los Angeles, CA Area

    You can't forget the Pink Taco restaurant in Century City....

    Pink Taco
    Westfield Century City Mall
    10250 Santa Monica Blvd
    LA Ca, 90067
    310 789 1000

    Hollywood location opening soon according to website

    www.pinktaco.com
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    "Promoting Responsible Sipping" by importing the best 100% agave tequilas to NZ.
    http://www.agavetequilaimports.co.nz/
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    Default Re: Los Angeles, CA Area

    Everything is on the west side or in Hollywood, besides those in the valley, anything nearer to the Orange Curtain (besides DTD) We love our cactus juice down this way too!!!
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    Default Re: Los Angeles, CA Area

    I live in the South Bay (Torrance) and there are several good restaurants with acceptable selections of tequila.

    While I don't often spend a lot of time in Orange County, I believe there are a number of possibilities in OC or at least closer. Tequila Joe's in Downtown Disney has a decent, although not inexpensive or unique types of tequila. Sticking with the Joe's theme, Panama Joes in Belmont Shores (speaking only from memory) had a OK selection of tequila. A while back Hi Times did a tequila dinner at a restaurant in Lake Forrest which I thought had a good selection.

    Being in California I think we are a bit lucky as you can probably find something fun just about anywhere.

    Robert

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    Made my first visit to Ramirez Liquor yesterday on my way back home. Like a kid in a candy store, but my wife was so nervous about the neighborhood I couldn't look as much as I wanted to lol.

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    Quite the place isn't it? Not everyday you can walk into a store that is floor to ceiling tequila bottles, plus the counters and the floor and well, everywhere.

    The neighborhood is not that bad, I just park in the alley right next to the store. They also will help you load whatever boxes you purchased.

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    I was fine with it, but the wife was nervous. We did park in the alley, and there were no shady characters to be found lol. It had a great selection, and a ton of stuff that just doesn't make it up to NorCal (at least in quantity). I specifically went in for Crotalo, and picked up a blanco and repo. I plan to crack them open this weekend!

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    Thumbs up los angeles ca.

    Ramirez liquor area was my old home! There is nothing to fear you have a big church in the corner & a bunch of schools next to it. lots of latinos, but we are friendly people. I go there all the time! The staff there is very friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El grano de oro View Post
    Ramirez liquor area was my old home! There is nothing to fear you have a big church in the corner & a bunch of schools next to it. lots of latinos, but we are friendly people. I go there all the time! The staff there is very friendly.

    You cross the bridge now and it's full of hipsters and art students living in over priced lofts and film crews, LOTS of film crews. There is probably more production going on between the 101 and Alameda and the 10 and the 101 (don't ask, they run circles around downtown) than all of Hollywood on any given day.
    History is'a made at night! Character is what you are in the dark!
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    Malo has an awesome selection for sure, haven't stopped by in a while however, but from what I remember last it was good. Another great spot if any of you are in town is Las Perlas. They've got the tequila and mezcal market cornered in the city for the moment.

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