The town which is growing in a steady pace both in numbers and in wealth is known for having the best Tacos de Chivo. Its a bustling commercial town, a place where everybody is hustling to survive. There is a sense of routine, like anywhere in the world, but the up and coming youth is changing the rhythm and honestly it’s tuning the frequency out of harmony.
It is a visually striking place, where colors, emotions, personalities, and depth intertwine beautifully. The main road is the national highway, where everyday loads of buses come through with passengers coming to or leaving. So many faces, so many lives and I was fortunate enough to have been born here.
OK, this is taco-related. I'm heading into the city to celebrate my birthday in a few days by just hanging out around town, and I would love to know a couple places to pick up some delicious tacos. Please recommend to me a couple places you find to be more than acceptable. Thanks and excelsior!
OK, I just ate for the first time today at Tehuitzingo and all the hype about their tacos: absolutely and undeniably TRUE. The best tacos I've ever had. I will go into the city from CT just for those tacos, no doubt about it.
YES YES YES! Tehuitzingo is far and away my favorite taco place, always the one I tell people to go to in NYC. I haven’t been there in a while, though. I MUST FIX THAT.
These are probably my three favorite sandwiches in New York City.
But this one just moved to the top of the list…
The Torta Cubana from the new Taqueria Tehuitzingo!
Tehuitzingo Grocery is over on 10th Avenue and sells fantastic tacos out of a little kitchen in the back. Now they’ve branched out and opened a full blown restaurant on 9th Ave. with an expanded menu, including this beautiful beast on a bun.
What’s on it, you ask?
They wrote it down for me…
A deep fried beef cultet (milaneza res)
Beef al pastor
Head cheese (queso de puerco)
It’s enormous and only costs eight bucks!
This is one sandwich worth making the trip to Port Authority for!!