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  • Dios Mio, Dude, líbrame de la generosidad de México! PART 1.

    y te ofrezco a cambio mi humildad! the taco lab offers an exquisite tour of the bounties of bona fide mexican cuisine found within brooklyn and queens.

    • Feb 2017
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  • Tulcingo Restaurant

    1

    Mexican

    the tacos arabes and the tacos de orejas are what they are known for... and renowned taco scholar cia b. has given them an above average approval. works for me.

  • Don Paco Lopez Panaderia

    2

    Bakery

    amongst my favorite places for tamales. arrive before noon on sundays, otherwise you'll never get in, as nearby churches have let out and everyone heads here!

  • Tacos Matamoros

    3

    Mexican

    those who know, know. others yammer about tacos el bronco. working class tacos, such as the taco al pastor, for working class prices.

  • La Slowteria

    4

    Mexican

    absolutely one of the best in the city, not only for tacos. a beautiful and inspiring escape from the hustle of city life. chef hugo reinvents everyday cuisine.

  • La Taqueria De Los Muertos

    5

    Tacos

    a rare taco joint that is vegetarian-minded (though they do serve meat... of course!). very informal lo-fi setting - it's practically polite self-service.

  • Gran Eléctrica

    6

    Mexican

    cuisine favors fusion over tradition - i.e. the owners (also of colonie) offer food by white people for white people. still good. i love the garden out back.

  • Xixa

    7

    Latin American

    another pricy effort to reinvent the wheel, put forth by two non-mexicans. almost sacrilegious. fair enough, but their devotion deserves further investigation.

  • Stan's Cafecito

    8

    Breakfast

    special mention only because, for one, it's a breakfast spot, and for another, it's an odd mixture of cultures that works in a charming and relaxed way.

  • La Superior

    9

    Mexican

    east LA street food served in a very casual, very cosy, intimate locale. go here for the tacos, the queso fundido (i prefer the mushrooms), the ezquites. grand.

  • Brooklyn Taco Company Pop-up

    10

    Mexican

    when they hold court besides the bar at donna's (that is, when donna's isn't literally on fire) - then you'll discover the exquisite combo of tacos & cocktails.

  • Café de La Esquina

    11

    Tacos

    splashy sister act to its more famous original in manhattan. caveat: it's at the wythe diner in the wythe hotel. totally ok to be turned off by that.

  • Rosarito Fish Shack

    12

    Seafood

    semi-upscale setting provides the stage for an inventive array of fish tacos, short rib tacos and the alluring tortitas de cangrejo (crab cakes). oysters too!

  • Mesa Coyoacán

    13

    Mexican

    mixed feelings: crowd is very williamsburg (surprise!) but it's on the list because i've had consistently good meals here. i've a soft spot for the taste of DF.

  • Taqueria Coatzingo

    14

    Mexican

    rare nod to the ex-pats from puebla (not known for its culinary prowess). industrial strength comfort food, industrial sized portions, even a few bold options.

  • Tortilleria Nixtamal

    15

    Tacos

    wonderfully fresh tortillas as well as tamales made the old fashioned way, on site, before your very eyes. an excellent companion experience to la slowteria.

Christian Svanes Kolding

Christian Svanes Kolding