The Rojas family has let me know that the accounts of El Tepeyac being up for sale have left out a key fact: the burritos are staying in Boyle Heights. Only the land is on the market. El Tepeyac has been family owned for 54 years, and any sale would be contingent on the stand receiving a 20-year lease, the family says.
El Tepeyac not going anywhere
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