If you’re in Los Angeles and you’re craving churros, you won’t have much trouble finding ’em. You can get them from street vendors, local mercados, and – if you feel like paying premium prices – even places like Dodger Stadium and Disneyland. In an effort to stand out in this sea of churro goodness, there are a few spots in L.A. that are adding their own twists to the churros we all love. Check ’em out.
This Los Feliz dessert staple is adding a new spin to Mexico’s
unofficial national dessert. Make your taste buds go ? after trying these little churro wheels sandwiched around ice cream flavors like spicy hot chocolate, horchata sorbet and matcha green tea.
Ridges Churro Bar
One visit to Ridges Churro Bar and your childhood will thank you. You can get churro sticks coated with kid-friendly flavors, such as strawberry shortcake, Fruity Pebbles cereal and, if you’re feeling more grown up, Nutella.
Tacos Tu Madre
This Westwood taco spot is raising the churro bar by creating a brand new churro from the inside out. These red velvet churros filled with cream cheese frosting are a sweet contrast after a few savory tacos. ¡Esta para chuparse los dedos!
Horchateria Rio Luna
We have a variety of ice cold drinks to satisfy your tastebuds! Whether it's an Horchata Iced Coffee, Strawberry Paleta Frappe, or homemade Horchata, each will pair perfectly with our hot and fresh churros! Stop by #HorchateriaRL today! ????? #HorchataIcedCoffee #StrawberryPaletaFrappe #Horchata #Churros #InstaGood #InstaYum
Horchateria Rio Luna’s churros are pretty traditional: Churros are sprinkled with sugar and get drizzled with syrups like cajeta or chocolate. Step inside the Horchateria Rio Luna, and you’ll find stuff like “Anything for Salinas” balloons and El Diablito loteria match books.
If Mr. Churro was a real person, we would be at his door step all the time to have churros rellenos filled with syrups like cajeta, chocolate, custard and, for all our Cubano friends out there, guava. ?
Churros Calientes has all of the churros you need to make your heart feliz. This Santa Monica cafe and food truck cater to both fusion enthusiasts and traditionalists. The churros are reminiscent of your favorite $1 churro man or lady, but they can either be dipped in Spanish-style chocolate, eaten with a side of gelato, or drizzled with syrups like guava and dulce de leche.
Pasteleria 3 Luceros Bakery
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This bakery in Downey goes by the phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Handwritten signs greet customers into a churro haven where a buck can go a long way. Carry out your crispy, doughy churros in a brown paper bag or a bright pink box, but be careful! The pink box will make it hard for your co-workers to resist a peek inside.