When I lived in Chicago, I used to make a beeline for this taqueria in the city’s West Loop, and I would make a pit stop on the way back to my apartment in the East. It was the greatest thing to ever happen to me.
I don’t know if this is true, but I’ve heard that the taqueria we frequent was closed in 2008 and the owner was going to start a Mexican-inspired taco shop. So now, when I’m craving a delicious and inexpensive taco, I can order one from there.
This taqueria is actually a chain that has been around since the 1930s, and is well known for its tacos. But there is a reason that it has been closed for so long, and that reason is that it was going to start a Mexican-inspired taco shop. To make sure that happens, the owner decided to open the taqueria in the same spot as a Mexican restaurant. It was supposed to be a Mexican restaurant, but it wasn’t.
A taco shop is a Mexican restaurant that serves tacos, not tacos that are Mexican-inspired. The owner of this taqueria decided that Taco Taqueria would be the one to open. However, when he presented this idea to the original owners, they werent interested. And the original owners werent interested in trying to convince the other owners to open a taco shop so they could make money.
I think that this is the main reason that salsa verde taqueria exists. The owner is Mexican, he wants to open a taco shop, but when he presents his idea to the other owners they arent interested. In the end he decided that taco taqueria is something that only Mexican people like, and that Mexican people shouldnt get involved in the running of a Mexican restaurant.
Mexican people arent necessarily the most likely to be interested in taco taqueria, but they are probably the most likely to open a taco shop and so they shouldnt get in the way of a Mexican restaurant.
I really hope that this is not the case, but I can see the argument. Taco taqueria has existed for years with little to no traction, especially in the US, and I think salsa verde taqueria is a great idea.
I think Taco is fine. But salsa is also fine. And Mexican people shouldnt be involved in the running of a Mexican restaurant. This is one case where I think the Mexican people should be involved in the running of a Mexican restaurant.
Taco is fine, salsa is fine. I have no idea why salsa is wrong. I love how people in Mexico can speak so fluently and have a great accent and go on and on about their food without ever having an accent. And I love how salsa is the only thing that they use to get a drink. And maybe they should just make it a drink and not the only thing they use.
Some Taco restaurants in California call themselves taquerias. Here in the US, salsa is a Mexican dish, not a Mexican dish with a taco. The real taquerias are all in the Mexican city of Monterrey.