Lady of Grand’s Pick of the Week: Taquitos at Taquitoria

Posted on: February 24th, 2014 at 12:06 pm by

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Since the Lower East Side is crawling with debaucherous twenty-somethings craving drunchies (that’s drunk munchies in Taquitoria slang) may as well cater to them, right? There are only four options on the menu-beef, chicken, pork, and black bean – so don’t ask what’s good, because it’s all delicious when you are drunk.  In all honesty, I happened to have exactly zero drinks that night and still thoroughly enjoyed both the beef and bean taquitos.

Seamless orders were flying in during the short few minutes I stood there to eat.  You really can’t go wrong here.  $5 for 3, that’s good eats on the cheap.

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Taquitoria
168 Ludlow
212.780.0121

 

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