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Taste of Beverly Hills Day 4: A Tale of 4 Tacos

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At last weekend's epic four-day Taste of Beverly Hills event there seemed to be something indulgent around every corner. Some of the city's top chefs were manning tables set up in two large tents, offering up sample tastes of the best of their menus.

On the last night of the event, however, there was one section of the festival that was as relaxed as you could get, proving to be a refreshing change of pace from the more posh eateries represented, with tastes that set mouths afire and tongues wagging about the simplicity of the surprise tastes worth savoring.

Curated by blogger, musician, and street food aficionado Bill Esparza and KCRW's Evan Kleiman, a set of four taco stands created a congenial atmosphere with eats meant to be eaten standing up and using your hands.