The waitresses double as dance hall girls and twirl the patrons around the room in a two-step as the jukebox booms. I'd go again for the dishes featuring cecina, the dried and salted beef favored in southern Mexico. At Tacos 2004-hey guys, the name already needs an update-the beef is immersed in a choice of moles, of which my favorite is the way-hot green, flecked with fresh jalapeños. We also fell in love with the "crazy tacos," folded up like a napkin or maybe a hand roll at a sushi parlor, stuffed with beans and cheese.
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