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Hours: Dinner: Sunday, Tuesday-Saturday
Brunch Friday-Sunday
Closed Monday
Open late: Friday & Saturday till 11

Price: $$

David Dworshak's superior boutique taqueria.

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Does this neighborhood need more gringo tacos and bougie boutique taquerias? Maybe not, but who cares when Carnivale expat David Dworshak is in the open kitchen? I ate nearly every item on his concise menu, and I didn't have a single throwaway bite, beginning with a trio of brightly flavored house-made salsas served with rice crackers and "masa crackers," thin, broken sheets of savory cookie that are almost tender but still hold up to dunking. The half-dozen tacos come three to an order, their filling meticulously arranged on small, thin, house-made tortillas—say, a braised and shredded chicken tinga adorned with grated cotija cheese and sunflower seeds, or a juicy two-bite beef barbacoa garnished with precisely cut chayote batons. At $10-$11 per order these tacos might induce sticker shock—but they are wonderful. Like Dworshak's food, the tequila- and mezcal-based cocktails are bright but rarely too sweet; apart from those there are nearly 40 agave-based spirits to sip and, less impressively, several Mexican macrobrews. Read the full review >>

Mike Sula

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Price: $$

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Like David Dworshak's tacos and shareable plates, the tequila- and mezcal-based cocktails here are bright but rarely too sweet; apart from those there are nearly 40 agave-based spirits to sip and, less impressively, several Mexican macrobrews. —Mike Sula

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