A big Mexican restaurant with four locations around Inglewood, Fiesta Martin on La Brea is an excellent place to come with a big group - especially during a Dodgers game. The tables fill up with families eating enchilada platters, pozoles, and tacos dorados. The grilled fish tacos are excellent - not too oily, and covered in a spicy housemade crema. They cook all their chips fresh, so they always come out hot, and their margaritas are strong as hell. They’ve also got one of our favorite Happy Hours in Inglewood - tacos are $2, margaritas are $5.
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