Huntington Park

Huntington Park – Open for Indoor Dining, Takeout, and Delivery.

Established in 1966 Located in the heart of this Mexican community, next to the city of Vernon, is Avila’s El Ranchito ORIGINAL restaurant. This is where all those treasured memories began with a $2,000 investment and Mamá Avila’s delicious family recipes from Guanajuato, Mexico. The entire family pitched in…even Grandpa Poldo washed dishes. No one imagined a legend was being created!

Over the years, Avila’s El Ranchito has grown to 13 locations consisting of the original Huntington Park location and 12 Orange County locations. Each restaurant is under the personal care of a family member, guaranteeing the reputation the family has earned for treating our customers like part of the family.

Hutngington Park

LOCATION

Address:
6703 Santa Fe Ave.
Huntington Park, Ca
Phone:
323.585.5055

HOURS

Monday – Thursday: 9:00am – 8:00pm
Friday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 8:00pm

News and Media

Celebrity Bryan Cranston steps in as Guest Bartender at Avila’s Newport

Emmy award-winning “Breaking Bad” actor, Bryan Cranston stepped in as a celebrity guest bartender at Avila’s El Ranchito – Newport  Beach Peninsula location as restaurant operators, 3rd generation of Avila women took part in the fun serving up fabulous cocktails from Dos Hombres…

*Margarita Avila is remembered for her strength, spirit and skill.

The Orange County restaurant world lost one of its pioneering finest this week with the death of Margarita Avila, matriarch of the Avila’s El Ranchito family-owned chain whose beloved Mexican food recipes helped make the restaurant group a regional success…

*Margarita Avila, the 93-year-old matriarch behind the empire

Margarita and Salvador Avila opened their first restaurant in Huntington Park in 1966. For more than 50 years, Margarita and Salvador Avila’s El Ranchito restaurants have been a go-to in Orange County for combo plates and margaritas. Regulars will definitely…

At 50, Avila’s El Ranchito is still all about family

When patrons of Avila’s El Ranchito sit down to eat, they’re handed a menu bearing a picture of Margarita “Mamá” Avila. The matriarch of the Mexican food restaurant group is standing by stacks of plates. Her face beams. The photograph suggests…