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Corn Man

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  • Lincoln Heights

Time Out says

For the Northeast L.A. nightlife crowd, the Corn Man (also known as Timoteo Flor de Nopal) is the stuff of after hours legend. Each evening, he and often his son show up around 11pm and stay well past last call to serve the best elote in town to the masses, who often line up on weekends well before the pair have even set up shop at 2338 Workman Street. Slathered in butter, mayo, crumbly cotija cheese, lime and chili, each cob or piled-on plate of husked kernels is fresh and delicious. The mix of salt, fat, acid, heat and sweet might be available in other parts of L.A, but the beloved Lincoln Heights elotero’s three-plus decades of experience and devoted fanbase make set the Corn Man apart from the rest.


2338 Workman Street
Los Angeles
Opening hours:
Daily 11pm–3am
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