‘Cause I’m running out of other reasons for why they didn’t serve me the last time I went there. Tito’s, located at the corner of Washington Place and Sepulveda Blvd. in Culver City, is regarded as having some of the best fast Mexican food in Los Angeles. I have gone there a bunch of times. The tacos are pretty good and pretty cheap.
Outside, there are typically at least a dozen customers waiting in line.
Inside, there are two more lines.
The last time I went to Tito’s, it was a quiet time of the day both inside and out. I went inside, and there were only a few people in line. I got to the front of one line, and stood there. And stood there some more. During this time, I saw at least two people walk in, get on the other line, and get served. The cooking and serving crew didn’t seem very busy, and a few of them were even joking with the man working the cash register. They looked over toward me.
Still unserved, I asked, “what’s going on?” A woman behind the counter pointed to another employee and said that she would help me shortly. I waited several more minutes, but to no avail. Finally, I left. I have not ordered from Tito’s since.
I can’t explain why Tito’s did not serve me, nor could they. Unless I can think of a good plausible reason, I won’t be going back. Meanwhile, I hear that, a bit farther to the east, King Taco kicks ass. Plus, it’s not like Tito’s Tacos have gold or crack in them.