Bricia Lopez is a restaurateur, cultural ambassador, and a key figure in Los Angeles’ gastronomic scene. Through her family’s James Beard award-winning restaurant "Guelaguetza" in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, she and her siblings have put Oaxacan staples (cuisine) at the forefront of today’s dynamic culinary scene. Her influence extends to the beverage industry too. The New Yorker called Bricia the “Queen of Mezcal" and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared her the official “Mezcalera” of the City of Los Angeles.
More recently she expanded her success into the digital world by launching The Super Mamas Podcast with her sister Paulina, podcast that has become a lifestyle media company, complemented with annual events, and corporate partnerships with major brands like Target, Delta, and AT&T.
Bricia and her siblings also launched an online shop where they sell their bottled mole paste and proprietary cocktail mix, I Love Micheladas.
Bricia has been featured in several prominent press outlets, including Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Forbes, Food & Wine, The Ringer, Conde Nast Traveler, LA Times and New York Times.
She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and son, and travels frequently to Oaxaca.