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14. Broken Hearted Over Broken Spanish 

DTLA was heartbroken after word of Broken Spanish closing its doors began circulating throughout the city in early August.

“To our beloved supporters – our guests, friends, family, community and city. It is with great sadness that we announce the closure of Broken Spanish for the indefinite future. With very much in our hearts but so few words, we want to thank you for an incredible five years, for sharing our culture and vision, and for making Broken Spanish what it is today.”

Up until making the announcement, celebrated chef Ray Garcia had used Broken Spanish to elevate the Latin food dining experience by providing the community with severe ambiance, style and presentation, fine wines and great service.

Mincing the experience of working with five-star restaurants with new flavors, the team at Broken Spanish created one of DTLAs most inclusive fine dining establishments. Since it’s closure patrons, fellow chefs and even those who missed the chance to ever visit continue to send their condolences.

Yet, as one taco shell closes another opens, with the chef’s newest endeavor Taco MILAalready in the works. Taco MILA promises tacos and other handheld bites available for pickup or delivery – coming soon.