Los Feliz Unveils Dessert Menu and Happy Hour Specials

Posted on: March 3rd, 2011 at 6:28 am by

The weather is almost ripe for Los Feliz to jumpstart its custom of funny pop culture-inspired chalkings.  But we’re not quite there yet.  In the meantime, a press release informs us that the taqueria at 109 Ludlow Street is testing the waters with new happy hour specials.

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Happy hour at Los Feliz is fairly standard, running between from 5 – 7 pm.  Here are the deals:

Single Taco Special (including the popular Vegetaríano $3.50, Chicharron de Pollo $4, and Pez Dorado $4.50)
$2 Off Margaritas (including their signature Jalapeno-Cilantro and Hibiscus margaritas)
$2 Off Blanco Tequilas
$4 Guacamole
$4 Yucca Fries
$6 Tecate + Tequila Shot

There’s also a new dessert menu prepared by Executive Chef Julieta Ballesteros:

Tres Leches: Sponge cake soaked in evaporated, condensed, and whole milk, drizzled with cajeta, chocolate ganache and dulce de leche ice-cream, $9
White Chocolate Cheesecake: served with sesame and chocolate-crusted vanilla ice cream and a berry reduction, $9.
Los Feliz Sundae: Regionally sourced ice cream topped with toasted pumpkin seeds, peanuts, brownie bits and drizzled with cajeta and chocolate ganache and topped with whipped cream, $9

What’s your opinion of the establishment?

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