Taqueria Los Ocampo
The best way to judge a Mexican restaurant is by its tacos. Are the tortillas small, pliable, and doubled up? Is there a harmonious amount of cilantro and onion? Enough limes? How’s the salsa? If a place passes the taco test, you can pretty much order anything else with reckless abandon. Los…More >>
Mas Tacos Por Favor!
It isn’t just vibrant colors that make Teresa Mason’s taco wagon the most head-turning vehicle since the Partridge Family’s bus. Stocked with succulent chicken tacos, her disco-era Winnebago was an instant hit at this year’s Tomato Art Festival, drawing a line down the block. These days, repairs…More >>
|There’s plenty of tacos to go around at Mas Tacos Por Favor|
There are now plenty of so-called Bajan fish-taco joints in town, but where’s a place you can really dash in and get one immediately? We’d try La Esquina, the rickety shed that sticks out like a sore thumb at the confluence of Lafayette and Centre streets, where the fish is grilled (rather than…More >>
El Huarache Loco
The only problem at El Huarache Loco is deciding what to have. Everything on its extensive menu — whether the familiar tacos and quesadillas, or the less-known gorditas and pambazos — is extraordinary. But you must have at least one of the dishes the stand is named for: a big…More >>
Taqueria la Pasadita
Cherokee Street rightfully receives attention as the epicenter of St. Louis’ small but mighty taqueria scene, yet Taqueria la Pasadita — inside a renovated north-county Taco Bell — more than holds its own. Both tacos and tortas (the latter are traditional, overstuffed Mexican…More >>
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