Featured on the Food Network Series "TOP 5 RESTAURANTS"

Treat your taste buds to a tantalizing Taco Al Pastor at this spot. Customers keep coming back for more of these scrumptious tacos filled with juicy pork that has been roasted with pineapple on a spit. These mouthwatering beauties come topped with pineapple slices and homemade salsa.

ā€” Food Network

America's best taco spots - Yahoo

When Los Gauchos upgraded from a swamped truck to an actual storefront in 2011, it did more than add seating: The menu expanded to burritos and quesadilla-like sincronizadas. But the undisputed favorite is still the Al Pastor taco: soft corn tortillas filled with tender slices of pork and a sliver of pineapple - grilled before 4 pm and sliced from a rotating spit after.

ā€” Yahoo

Food and Drink Awards: Five Best Dinners - Maxim Magazine

Going here is like the end of From Dusk Till Dawn. It's in a parking lot next to a Mexican nightclub that looks like it falls off a cliff in back. It's seriously like the Titty Twister bar. It's famous for al pastor, marinated pork. There's a rotating spit stacked with thin cuts of pork, and on top a pineapple, so the juice drips straight down and marinates the meat. A guy with a machete-looking knife shaves off the meat and slaps it into a fresh tortilla, then chops a chunk of pineapple and puts it on top with some onion and cilantro. I like to add their very hot habanero salsa. So good.

ā€” Maxim Magazine