Too often, shredded meats are disagreeably dry—but not at this brightly painted hole-in-the-wall off South Broadway, where the menu's street tacos, not to mention the tortas (sandwiches) and burritos, have made us regulars. Our favorite: the extra-tender, spicy barbacoa served on two petite corn tortillas and topped with lettuce and pickled radishes.
We pine over Pinche’s queso a la plancha—street tacos stuffed with griddled Cotija cheese, avocado, and roasted tomatillo salsa. Beyond that, it’s hard to choose between the lengua (triple-cooked, crispy Colorado beef tongue) and the carnitas with tangy pickled red onions and avocado crema. Happily, the tacos coming off this truck are conveniently small, so you can order all three.
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