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Recession Obsession: Guatemalan Fast Food

Guatemalteca's Market Features Many Latin American Favorites
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The Official Recession has enveloped us for sixteen official months. It’s still no reason we can’t enjoy life. This is LA -- we have a ton of inexpensive options! A Recession Obsession is truly fantastic, regardless of whether times are good or you've been downsized. We last obsessed over LA's inexpensive comedy shows, and the sweet baked goods at the panderia. Today, we obsess...

The Dow Jones can’t decide if she wants to push ahead of 8,000 for good. Her fickle score reminds us of how few sheckles we should spend on grub. Thanks to a delicious abundance of Latin American cuisine in Los Angeles, that's quite alright. (We recently dug pupusas)

A block off the Metro Red Line's Vermont & Santa Monica stop can be found LAist’s latest Recession Obsession: Guatemalteca. This Guatemalan market and fast food joint is a few doors from hotspot El Gran Burrito. Spend your money there another day -- you can't afford to eat out twice.