There are a lot of rivalries in Los Angeles. USC vs. UCLA; Coles vs. Phillips, Bloods vs. Crips. But there was one that I wasn’t even aware of until this week. Tito’s Tacos vs. Henry’s Tacos. I grew up on Tito’s. When I moved away for college and came back for holidays, Tito’s was always on the itinerary. Henry’s is a place I’ve driven by every day, twice a day for the past six years but never been. This week, our local NBC affiliate launched this lame online poll called the “Golden Local.” This week it’s Tito’s vs. Henry’s. I couldn’t think of a better time to try Henry’s, the only thing I knew about Henry’s going in is that it’s a favorite of Director Paul Thomas Andersen. Frankly, I found it to be no contest. Tito’s rules, Henry’s drools. It’s very likely this is a Westside (Tito’s) vs. Valley (Henry’s) thing. However, I have to say the googie signage at Henry’s is better than Tito’s but the food, no contest.