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Your Ultimate Guide to Mexican Food in the O.C.

Mexican Food

Orange County is best known for being home to THE “Happiest Place on Earth,” but — and sorry Mickey — the tacos make us happier than It’s a Small World After All. So for real happiness, we head to these ultimate OC taco and torta joints.

Taqueria Zamora

Santa Ana

Best Mexican food! #taqueriazamora

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When you’re hungry, Taqueria Zamora is the only place to go. Serving up freshmade tortillas as big as your head with their signature carne asada piled high– please someone, uncover their secret recipe — it’s a feat if you can eat more than one.

3121 S Main St, Santa Ana, CA 92707

Cancun Juice


#doingwork #lunchtime #cancunjuice #asada #foodie

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Tapped out on tacos? Cancun Juice’s torta asada to the rescue. Their chipmayo dressing is ahhh-DDICTIVE. You’ve been warned.

Anaheim Plaza, 603 N Euclid St Anaheim, CA


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Short on cash, but craving big flavor? For 85 cents — not even the dollar store can beat this price — Taco Boy gets you hooked up with authentic, street-style, asada tacos topped with cilantro, onions and red sauce.

895 S Euclid St, Anaheim, CA 92802

READ: Mexican Restaurant in New York that will Blow Your Mind

Los Sanchez

Garden Grove

Sorry abuela, skipping dinner to go to Los Sanchez…again!  Their chilaquiles dish is served with rice, beans, lettuce, avocado and sprinkled with queso fresco. Grandma will ask for the recipe.

1906 Garden Grove Blvd Garden Grove, CA 

Alebrijes Grill

Santa Ana 

Tired of being disappointed with boring sauces? Alebrijes Grill is the go-to food truck for salsa lovers who love extreme heat. They offer four different types of salsa that will definitely put your tolerance to the test.

1609, 1627 S Sycamore St, Santa Ana, CA 92707

READ: Pupusas, Empanadas and Churasco: There’s More Than Just Mexican Food in L.A.

Las Tortugas Grill

Santa Ana

This taco truck 1 ups taqueria de anda

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Who says food trucks don’t carry the same flavor as your mom’s signature dishes?! Tortugas Grill offers some of the greatest cabeza and asada tacos. The grill is old school, so bring cash.

Near South King Street, Santa Ana, CA, 92704

Taqueria El Zamorano

Santa Ana

Tacos from #TaqueriaElZamorano with @hazymemory. Usually don't post food pics but these tacos were amazing.

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In the mood for Mexican food that will have you feeling right at home? Taqueria El Zamorano’s dishes will do that just that. Give mom a break and try their carnitas tacos served with the most delicate hand-made tortillas. You will be AMAZED.

925 West Warner Avenue, Santa Ana, CA, 92707

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Fake Weddings are Becoming the Hottest Parties for Singles in Argentina


Fake Weddings are Becoming the Hottest Parties for Singles in Argentina

Everyone likes weddings, right? You get to throw on some fancy clothes, eat free food, hit the open bar and dance the night away. What happens when you’ve got an itch to party at a wedding but haven’t received any invites? Argentina has got it all figured out: you and your friends BUY TICKETS to a wedding. Seriously.

It’s called a Falsa Boda.

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And it’s got everything you’d expect at a wedding.

There’s a happy couple exchanging vows…

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Live music and an open bar…

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A cute wedding cake…

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#FalsaBoda5 la torta de Romina Connell !!!

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A DJ moving the crowd…

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A table with gifts…

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But there’s no family and friends. Because the attendees are all strangers.

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🙌🏻🎉👭👫👬👯 #falsaboda

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The happy couple? They’re actors.

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Yes. Young people are buying tickets to party together at a fake wedding.

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Asi comienza una @falsaboda

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It’s the brainchild of Martín Acerbi, who launched the Falsa Boda parties with a group of friends. Acerbi told BBC Mundo: “My friends love to organize parties and go out. One day at dinner we realized that we’d never party together at a wedding unless one of us got married… which isn’t really a possibility right now.”

A ticket runs you between $43 and $65. And the weddings are POPULAR.

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Sound pricey? The organizers of Falsa Boda – who’ve thrown five “weddings” so far – argue it’s not much different from what someone would spend on dinner and drinks at a nightclub.

And people actually have pretty good reasons for spending their cash on a fake wedding.

Organizers say people love having a reason to get decked out in their nicest formalwear (they also love the open bar). Some attendees say they enjoy playing a role in a fantasy (each event has a special theme and scripted wedding ceremony). Others say the festive vibe of a wedding makes it easier to meet strangers (aka hook up).

For some, it’s got all the positives of a wedding and none of the negatives.

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#FalsaBoda con la mas linda ❤

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One of the attendees, Pablo Boniface, told BBC Mundo: “For me, these parties are better than a real wedding because you don’t have to be bored at a table with strangers. You can have fun with your friends and plus, it’s full of young people and you don’t run into all those uncles and grandpas that are usually at weddings.”

Would you spend your money on a staged wedding? Share on Facebook and let us know!

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