Variety, handmade quality and value pricing make for one tasty neighborhood
Barbacoa plate, $11, Barbacoa Kings
Perfect grandma-style beans, plus lamb with penca a de maguey (tequila plants) buried and roasted for eight hours, oh, and handmade tortillas. Why aren’t you eating this right now?
Hot dog $3, Sinaloa Tacos
Top this hot dog, bound in bacon, with grilled onions, guacamole, and salsa. Who thought such beauty existed in a tire shop parking lot?
Donuts, $2 each, Dulce Donuts
Twenty-four-hour donuts. Let the concept work inside you, say it aloud, let it roll around the tongue like a freshly glazed apple fritter — okay, you’re there. And if you’re not, get a fresh squeezed carrot juice or some ice cream.
Completa, $5 Carlitos Cuban Food #1
Imagine a Cuban Panda Express, with proteins that change daily, plus always-excellent rice and plantains. Or go with the familiar Cuban sandwich — its the best I’ve had in town, and only $5.