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All Flavor No Grease Returns Following Tragic South LA House Party Shootout

One man was killed.

The All Flavor No Grease stand in Watts
The All Flavor No Grease stand in Watts
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Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

In tragic news, one member of the quickly expanding All Flavor No Grease catering team was killed over the weekend at a house party in South LA. 26-year old Travione "Tray" Mason had been working alongside Keith Garrett for months, helping to run the @allflavornogrease taco stand in Watts, before he was shot and killed late Saturday night inside a home in the 11100 block of Berendo Avenue.

Garrett, the man behind the burgeoning South LA street food operation that was first profiled back in February, was also at the party, telling CBS LA reporters that the shots seemingly "rang out of nowhere."

In the melee, two other men were also injured, including another All Flavor No Grease associate named Corey, who was transported to the hospital and had to undergo surgery. So far, the shooter has not been apprehended.

Following the shooting, Garrett kept his taco stand closed, and was unsure when it would return, instead using his exceedingly popular Instagram account to post remembrances of Mason. However, as of yesterday, the stand appears to have returned, with members of the Watts community coming by to pay their respects to Garrett and the memory of Mason.

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