I'm a little behind in discovering this, but the delightful Aunt Beep is on a mission (so to speak) to ferret out and quantify the best guac in LA. Oh girl, it's on!
Now, I'm not really one of those people who looks down his nose at LA's dining scene, and I'm certain there is exceptional Mexican fare down there. After all, it's closer. But I do know that San Francisco can at least give them a run for their money.
And so I propose to do the same, rating restaurant guac by the same criteria: Size (in terms of price-to-value ratio); Consistency (chunky? smooth? slimy?); Whole Avocado (i.e., the whole experience -- atmosphere, service, etc.); and Overall Taste (self-explanatory), culminating in a Final Score.
Right off the top of my head I know we need to hit up Maya and Colibri. Naturally this will also require some rummaging in the Mission (Papalote? El Castillito? Bueller?). Where else (other than at home)?
stolen from found on Food Network's site.)