Where to get cemitas, mole de olla and more on Whittier Boulevard

Where to get cemitas, mole de olla and more on Whittier Boulevard

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You could call a section of Whittier Boulevard, on the Eastside of Los Angeles County, Puebla Row. In just a three-mile stretch of the street — which runs from Boyle Heights through East Los Angeles to Montebello, Pico Rivera, Whittier and La Habra — you’ll find some of the most regional, assertive and complex dishes from Puebla, Mexico, in all of the greater L.A. area.

Since the ‘80s, the neighborhoods of East L.A. and Boyle Heights in particular have been a gathering point for Mexican immigrants from the municipality, southeast of Mexico City — as evidenced by the concentration of cemita vendors you’ll encounter along Whittier Boulevard. Cemitas…



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