HomeState’s signature breakfast tacos are made with a variety of fillings, including scrambled egg, beans, chorizo, brisket, potato and bacon.
The menu also features “anytime tacos” as well as guacamole, queso, Frito pie and a brisket sandwich on Texas toast.
Briana Valdez opened the first HomeState in late 2013 to bring the food and culture of her native Texas to Los Angeles. A second followed last year, and a third location in the city is set to open this month.
Flour tortillas, a Texas staple Valdez called “non-negotiable,” are made in-house.
The breakfast tacos are named after Texas rivers, counties and street names. The Trinity, shown here, is filled with scrambled egg, cheddar cheese, potato and bacon.