Is the 720 L.A.’s Most Delicious Bus Line?
Eating Burgers, Ramen, Soft Serve, and Tamales on the Inaugural Metro Tour de Food
A Mexican-American take on In-n-Out Burger. A strip mall ramen shop. A soft serve ice cream stand. A Latin American cafe. Four restaurants in four Los Angeles neighborhoods, all served by one bus line—the Rapid 720—and all part of the inaugural Metro Tour de Food, presented by Zócalo, Metro, and KCRW.
An intrepid, multigenerational crowd of hungry Angelenos—many clad in matching blue “Tour de Food” T-shirts—gathered on the sidewalk in front of Hamburguesas Punta Cabras (633 South Spring Street) in downtown’s historic core to kick off their Saturday afternoon. Leading the …