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La Guadalupana for tamles

dongstadden Jan 14, 2007 10:04 PM

Can somebody please tell me the current address and phone number of La Guadalupana. I am sending my mom there to buy me some tamales, but i have found at least 3 different addresses and phone numbers, including one here on chowhound at 26th, but that post is dated 2004. chicago.com has a different address and phone number, and furthermore, senortamale has a different number and different address on 37th. what the dilly?

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    amoncada Dec 8, 2007 03:46 PM

    El Milagro Taqueria and Tortilleria on Blue Island and 19th serves up excellent melt in your mouth tamales. Lots of great traditional Mexican food in a clean and bright space and not greasy greasy.

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      silv062 Dec 8, 2007 03:22 PM

      While it's been a while since dongstadden posted, I thought I'd update the response based on what I've learned. Being Mexican, tamales are a Christmas tradition, and no one makes them better than La Guadalupana. They have closed their stores and have become a wholesale company but sell their products, both the tortilla and tamale masa (dough), sauces, corn husks, and pre-cooked tamales, online at www.senortamale.com. While the addresses are different, the phones listed for the ones on 35th & on Archer are the same company. Good luck.

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        Amata Jan 15, 2007 12:45 AM

        La Guadalupana does have more than one location, though it seems that the 26th Street location no longer offers tamales:


        (read down through the thread for mention of other locations


        Could your mother travel to a different neighborhood? A tamaleria which has gotten excellent reviews is Tamales los mejores de Guerrero, in Rogers Park on the far north side:

        Tamales los mejores de Guerrero
        7024 N. Clark
        Chicago, IL

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