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Saturday, December 28, 2013

EARNIE'S TACOS IN NORTH HOLLYWOOD from 1952



Ernie's Taco House - business card - 1950s - Gift to The Museum of the San Fernando Valley from Gary Fredburg 2013. (click on image to enlarge it.)

Ernie's Taco House, traditional Mexican eatery in North Hollywood was the 2nd of three locations in the greater Los Angeles area. Founded by Ernie Cruz, the North Hollywood location was opened on the 17th of June 1952.

3 comments:

mrpostcard@charter.net said...

it's still there, another valley icon.

leemell said...

Anybody remember what he name of the restaurant was before Ernie bought it. Our family used to eat there fairly often. It too was Mexican.

Aulia Insyanni said...

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