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Tacos Mexico - Great taqueria in Framingham

Just had an amazing lunch at Tacos Mexico in Framingham. (Although on the sign it the 'T' in Tacos is a stylized cactus making it look like the name of the place is Yacos Mexico.) Regardless of the signage, these were some of the best, if not the best, tacos we have had in the States. Certainly I haven't had better in Massachusetts. Very authentic seasoned meats, with onion and lots of fresh cilantro, in two corn tortillas. (I know the number of tortillas is a deciding factor for some posters on the board). Each taco is $1.50. Also great homemade salsas (both red and green). The menu also offers authentic mexican breakfasts, as well as tortas and burritos. They also had some sweet Mexican breads today, but these are not made by them and don't know where they came from, but delicious and identical to what we have had in Mexico.

We were there at lunch time today and were the only customers, so hopefully they make it. They've only been open a few months. The are at 144 Waverly Street in Framingham, I think where Bill's Grill used to be. (Just about a block down from the Aztec, close to the Natick/Framingham line).

The place is not very big, so not sure how it would work if you are a large group. (There are about 8 counter seats, and about three tables that hold two people each). But we are glad to no longer need to make the drive into E. Boston for good Mexican food, and hope others find them equally excellent.

Tacos Mexico 144 Waverly Street Framingham, MA 01702

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  1. Thank you for sharing.
    Your review piqued my interest; I found their menu here:
    http://tacosmexicoma.com/var/bb/54504...

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    1. re: Area Man

      Thanks. That is their menu but I don't know if that phone number is accurate. I grabbed a business card and the number printed on it was crossed out, instead was hand written 508-309-4475.

      I didn't realize they offer pozole on weekends.

    2. thanks so much for posting this; I noticed it recently while riding by, and was wondering.

      1. Hours aren't accurate. I was there at 7:45 Friday pm, dark as night.

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        1. re: trufflehound

          The sign on the door indicates that they close at 7pm every day.

          1. re: Luther

            Ya. The website area man posted says 9.

        2. Got some al pastor, lengua and cabeza today. Solid tacos and the green and red salsas are delicious. The meats aren't very well seasoned, rather plain... and you don't get limes. If you're in the area it's a good option but if you're closer to, say, Taqueria El Amigo in Waltham there's no reason to venture further out. Actually TEA and TM are very similar in decor. Both are located in a very modest converted house type building and have a small eating area and simple taco menu with menudo and pozole on the weekends. TM is run by a single very nice guy who speaks good english, so the service is actually better than the girls at TEA, especially if you don't have great spanish.

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          Taqueria El Amigo
          196 Willow St, Waltham, MA 02453

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          1. re: Luther

            I definitely got limes with my tacos. Of course it is personal preference, and maybe it depends on the day, but I much preferred my meal at Tacos Mexico to anything I've had at Taqueria El Amigo.

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            Taqueria El Amigo
            196 Willow St, Waltham, MA 02453

            1. re: Luther

              wow, if you like TEA better than TM,then i sigh w/ relief because i will never have to include TM in my taquerias-to-be-visited list. But that's because i hold the (unpopular) opinion that TEA is pretty worthless. 'Unseasoned meat' is the clincher- to keep me away from any tacos. Good salsa does not a good taco make.
              But at least 2 others- the OP and areaman- both say the TM meats are flavorful......?
              I think El Pelon does a very good pastor and carne asada>> areaman, you thought TM's were better than El Pelon's? and btw, what is discada? thnx much.

              1. re: opinionatedchef

                It's interesting that you say El Pelon does a very good pastor because I've never seen pastor on their menu (and it's still not on their website's menu), but it's been a while since I have been there. I would definitely return for a very good pastor. Can you confirm the sighting?

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                El Pelon
                2197 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton, MA 02135

                1. re: bartleby

                  B, mea culpa.I figured someone would catch me if i used the wrong term. must be carnitas then. i ALW get them mixed up.
                  from my 2/3/11 thread.

                  "O.K., so give me a minute to put on my bullet proof vest. Most Boston CHs are (too) aware that we are La Verdad fans for their carne asada and fish tacos and fresh hand pressed tortillas. Well, having been cooped up far too long with all the snow, we set out today to do some comparative taco tasting. In the past we have eaten at : Dorado, Anna's, Zocalo, Ole.

                  Having read raves of some El Pelon items, we started here, 4pm, and this was our experience:

                  Fish tacos- thick crunchy cornmeal crust on 1/2" cubes of ...cod? tilapia? tasted like fish sticks fish. Chile tartar sauce not a hit. The fish alone makes this product a 2 compared to La Verdad's 10.

                  Carnitas Taco and Carne Asada taco and Burrito: i had to laugh as we each lifted up a taco for a first bite and, before our hands got 1/2 way to our mouths, the whole thing fell apart . MC, i know you're listening. A single tortilla but, unlike La Verdad, not handmade and thus not thicker and thus>> fell-apart. As a taco decomposed, the carnitas filling had excellent and complex flavor; the pork braise obviously had alot of well-balanced spiing. The carne asada had good flavor in the taco version, but in the Guapo Burrito it was drowned out by all the other components. My Love declared the carne assado quesadilla 'bland.' sigh. Very good refried beans."

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                  El Pelon
                  2197 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton, MA 02135

                  La Verdad
                  1 Lansdowne St, Boston, MA 02215

                  1. re: opinionatedchef

                    Al Pastor are done on a vertical spit, marinated for a few days and a slice of pineapple often on top.

                    http://www.flickr.com/photos/61246842...

                    Carnitas are more of a confit of pork..

                    http://www.flickr.com/photos/61246842...

                    1. re: 9lives

                      9, that's so sweet of you to offer the primer. just fyi, i know in detail exactly what they are,but my memory insists on confusing them nonetheless. (Some day you may experience this but i do not wish it on anyone.) What really does not help is when a restaurant like El Pelon makes a very flavorful rich carnitas when most carnitas are really just plain unspiced, unseasoned pork (and i don't care for these). My 'memory', as it is, gets TOTALLY confused at that point.

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                      El Pelon
                      2197 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton, MA 02135

                2. re: opinionatedchef

                  Discada, according to the menu, consists of steak, chorizo, ham, bacon, jalapeno, onion, and tomato. Like the other meats, it is spooned out of the steam tray onto the tortillas. Of the fillings I tried (see post in this thread) this was the most salty/greasy/spicy (in a good way).

                  1. re: Area Man

                    this is JUST the thing to put in a care pkg forTony Bourdain. pig pig and more pig! i bet it's delicious.

                  2. re: opinionatedchef

                    oc discada is a northern mexican dish, refering to the method of cooking, but in any case its a mix of chopped or ground pork, beef, belly/bacon, sausages cooked on a flat griddle (traditionally over a live fire) or frying pan. In the case of a taqueria they would have their own particular mix.

                    With the case of Taqueria El Amigo, as we have mentioned before you have a very specific yardstick (carne asada + sometimes chicken) and don't include some of the tacos that other hound enjoyed, including the braised beef cheeks, plus anything considered offal. Its reasonable to expect that a restaurant should deliver well what they put on their menu and critique them based on any dish offered, but that doesn't always mean that with a limited experience that you can measure the preference of others. I think its always good to ask specific questions -- what is the carne asada like (what cut of meat, how is it sliced/chopped) and is it prepared to order, those kind of questions, which haven't been proposed for Tacos Mexico.

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                    Taqueria El Amigo
                    196 Willow St, Waltham, MA 02453

                    Tacos Mexico
                    144 Waverly St, Framingham, MA 01702

                    1. re: itaunas

                      In South Texas, the presence of discada (like that of cabrito) at a taqueria is generally a good sign that the chefs know what they're doing, so it bodes very well for Tacos Mexico. Along the gulf coast, you'll also see discada de mariscos, which substitutes whatever seafood is available (usually shrimp and crab) for some or all of the meat. Knocks a baja-style fish taco into a cocked hat as far as I'm concerned, but that may largely be regional pride.

                      1. re: Jenny Ondioline

                        The fact that its even even offered in the Greater Boston area, along with suadero, multiple options for pozole which aren't yuppie joints using lean pork loin, and birria is a sign that Mexican food in Boston is evolving. I won't say its turned a corner but definately an improvement. I can't get my tripas tacos fix in the Boston area yet, but I will take care of that on the West Coast this coming weekend....

                        1. re: Jenny Ondioline

                          does that mean Galveston or bird sactuary land or.........?

                            1. re: Jenny Ondioline

                              wow, that hummer migration must be unbelievable. or is it a ho hum for residents?(oh nooooo i really had no idea that was a pun until i re read it. sorry)
                              Is rockport as pretty as galveston,architecture-wise, w/ better food?

                              1. re: opinionatedchef

                                Pretty is hardly the first word that comes to mind when I think of Galveston. ("Complete s--thole" is closer to the mark.) But yes, Rockport is a lovely little town, especially if you have a fondness for birds. A lthoughnone of this has anything to do with discada in Framingham.

                        2. re: itaunas

                          the owner of TM is from Chihuahua so the dishes are northern. no carnitas put he has their version of pork for tacos. the discada is his local recipe and is my favorite of everything on the menu.

                    2. I took my kids (6 and 4) to Tacos Mexico for lunch yesterday. They really liked the quesadilla and sitting on the barstools. The place was busy but not slammed. The owner was very friendly.

                      I had a flight of tacos: asada, pastor, cabeza, lengua, and discada. All were delicious. Very flavorful meats with nice variety of textures (cabeza texture was a little fatty for me, but the flavor was worth it). The lengua was the best I've had in MA; at other places I find it to be too rubbery. The owner's speciality taco is the discada, which has a lot going on in it. I could see some people thinking it a bit on the oily side, but those that can handle this will be rewarded.

                      The tortillas are solid. The onion/cilantro salsa is unlike anything I've had in Boston. This combined with the chile sauce is aggressive without overpowering the different meat options. I do agree that some lime would be a welcome addition.

                      I saw two soups go out and they looked and smelled great.

                      For me, the most notable thing was how different Tacos Mexico is compared to my other taco points-of-rerference in MA (Dorado, El Pelon, Olecito, Anna's, Boca). It's worth a trip for someone looking for something a little different (and very tasty) from a taqueria.

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                      1. re: Area Man

                        You didn't get limes either? Maybe they ran out on March 5th. I got two juicy lime slices per taco when I went.

                        1. re: Framinghound

                          thanks for the recomendation FH! this place is awesome! I no longer need to go to to Waltham for my taco fix. I loved the descada taco. The asada and the lengua were also top notch. friendly owner and fast service. very kid friendly too. the owner even made my 3 yr old a mini burrito gratis because he wanted what his older bro was having and didn't want his quesidilla. he did have limes yesterday and stated he's now going to be open from breakfast an also staying open later tues-fri. service is fast and everything was very tasty.

                          This place will be at the top of my rotation for while.

                      2. Can anyone speak for the soups? Any mariscada? I didin't see any seafood or fish on their menu online...

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                        1. re: galleygirl

                          this is a small diner. i didn't see soup. it's basic breakfast and lunch/dinner is burrito, quesidilla or tacos. he does have 5-6 meat fillings to choose from. no fish. this is a taco joint, not a full service restaurant. hope that helps.

                          1. re: Bighead

                            Yeah, BH, I know what a "Taco Joint" is, thanks very much. I'm used to finding a great mariscada in the least likeliest of places..Earlier in the thread, Area Man mentioned seeing two soups go out, and saying they looked and smelled great...I was hoping he, or someone else, would elaborate on them. Hope that helps.

                            1. re: galleygirl

                              I'm sensing a tone...

                              I didn't mean to sound snippy, was firing off a post while busy...

                              1. re: Bighead

                                You did, and I did, but I see I was oversensitive, so I apologize! Now, we must get to the bottom of the soup question!

                                1. re: galleygirl

                                  the menu says menudo (tripe soup) and pozole (pork and hominy soup) available on saturday and sunday

                              2. re: galleygirl

                                gg have you checked out Tropical Cafe (Brazilian) in Lloyd's diner? I have only been to the Marlborough location, but they specialize in caldos and do have camarao (probably cook the shrimp with garlic/onion/tomato/green pepper, then add to pureed yuca with water or maybe a shrimp boullion -- this is how its commonly done in Brazil, although I like bob├┤ done differently) and mariscos but not certain what that one is (probably the frozen mix, not high quality seafood). I like their caldo de mocot├│ and had a taste of the canjica, but neither are up your alley.

                                Also Tacos Acapulco in Shrewsbury (yeah much further out) does have caldo de mariscos and has some decent food, but I wouldn't make a special trip.

                          2. We are rarely in this area, but we stopped here tonight for dinner before a concert in framingham. When we arrived,after getting right proper good and lost in the black rainy night, the outdoor sign was unlit and inside the teeny diner- like room was a young family at the counter with happy 'grilled cheese' quesadilla- chomping young ones.

                            I'm guessing the usual chef/owner was taking a rare night off or had gone home early. On his own was a very young and seemingly very inexperienced young smiling fellow from el salvador. He didn't seem to grok the mechanics of his equipment; his steam table was doing some major steaming while his plancha needed turning up (so the [American]cheese on his quesadillas never really melted and his tortillas were hardly warm.) Aside from that, the pastor and discada fillings were both very full flavored and delicious. (But WHY do they have to chop the heck out of em?)The green salsa was very good but not made in house i would bet. The red salsa didn't have much flavor and appeared to also be from a can/ jar. No limes were offered. I saw a big bag of institutional round corn tortilla chips in the kitchen for their nachos dish i guess.

                            Sterile, fluorescent tube lights environment; tv blaring away; thin paper plates. Cheapest tacos I've seen-$1.50. Quesadilla $5. And they don't skimp on portions. I think their closing hours may be flexible depending on business.We arrived at 6:45 and the family /customers had just begun eating. I asked when he closed and he looked at the clock and said 8. Nice find framhound; thanks for all the info.

                            btw, if you're driving east from fram. center, it's just past the burger king on the right, a tiny bldg sitting by itself.

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                            1. re: opinionatedchef

                              For the sake of clarity, that should be "if you're driving east from Downtown Framingham..."

                              (Framingham Center is a different neighborhood, the intersection of Rt. 9 and Edgell Rd. in the vicinity of Framingham State)

                              1. re: Reverend30

                                yes, rev, as i said --WICKED lost were we! and how crazy is that- a town center that is NOT the same as the town downtown. that's got to be a (near) one of a kind crazy thing!

                              2. re: opinionatedchef

                                "was a young family at the counter"
                                An Area Family sighting.
                                You speak Spanish very well.

                                The kids enjoyed the cheese quesadillas again. I do wish they had a booth for four, though. My kids equate "counter stools" with "jungle gym".

                                Yesterday evening I had tacos: lengua, discada, pastor, pollo, and carnitas. I did notice a difference in the quality of the taco meats. My first trip was for lunch, and with the exception of the discada, the meats were more moist at lunch time. The pollo, which I did not try at lunchtime, was disappointingly dry at dinner time. I'm not sure if I had a better experience the first time because it was earlier in the day, or because it was a Saturday instead of a Friday, but the difference was apparent, especially in the lengua. Still, though, the tacos were very good and the discada perhaps better (so good I needed a second one).

                                Again, no limes! I am bringing my own next time.

                                1. re: Area Man

                                  well, fyi, My Love and I both remarked on 2 things after you left:
                                  - how really well behaved your kids were and
                                  - how beautiful Your Love is! congrats! and thnx again for further info.
                                  you're lucky to be nearby w/ that discada. had you seen the young fellow/cook any of the other times you were there?

                                  1. re: opinionatedchef

                                    Thank you! I am a very happy man.

                                    I have only been twice, and only saw Friday evening's gent there on Friday evening.

                              3. I was in the area yesterday at lunchtime so I stopped in for a torta. Very nice owner/operator at the grill, and he handles a rush pretty well (it was empty when I walked in but 4 people walked in about a minute later, two with a large take-out order - glad I got mine in first!). I got it with the discada since it seems like a specialty - it's a nice filling; probably better suited to a taco but tasty nonetheless. The onion/cilantro mix is good - onions clearly soaked to remove the harshness. The beans tasted fine but I do prefer them to be softer and smooshed onto the roll like a spread, rather than just tossed on with the filling. Nice freshly sliced avocado on top. I should have asked for some pickled jalapenos but the salsa verde on the counter (which I'm pretty sure wasn't homemade but that's okay - the jarred stuff is a pretty good product) perked it up nicely.

                                Sadly the roll was all wrong - a portuguese roll. Texture too fine-crumbed - he grilled it for a while but that actually made it denser since he used a press, and not much flavor. Tacos Lupita (the best) and Taqueria El Amigo (better for tacos but good tortas too) use a proper roll and it makes a huge difference. If I were in the area I would certainly go back to try the tacos (and more fillings) but I much prefer Taq. El Amigo, especially for their carnitas.

                                gg, pretty sure I didn't see fish of any kind on the menu.

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                                Taqueria El Amigo
                                196 Willow St, Waltham, MA 02453

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                                1. re: MichaelB

                                  the kid was working last night. he did fine. his english is not as good as the owner.

                                  unfiortunately I tried some mexican chourizo tacos as well as descada and now I am all torn up about which one i like more! the chorizo tacos bring a little heat and were awesome!

                                2. Went to Tacos Mexico last night. The owner had closed the place at 6, but when he saw us pull up, he unlocked the door, re-started the grill and restocked his work area. We had chicken, beef and el pastor tacos... and they were the best I have had in Massachusetts. The burritos were the best I haver tried... maybe anywhere. The place is a bit of a hole in the wall, in the way that makes it all the more appealing once you realize that this is the EXACT sort of hidden gem you come across once in a great great while. The owner, Sergio, could not be nicer. He starts his day at 5am and usually isn't finished until 8 or 9. The guy works his butt off and his committment to his food and his customers is unparalleled. $1.50 per taco, $5.00 for a burrito. You cannot beat the prices or the product.

                                  This is one amazing little taco stand.

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                                  Tacos Mexico
                                  144 Waverly St, Framingham, MA 01702

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                                  1. re: KazamaSmokers

                                    While I am certainly glad that you like this place, I must say that my experience there would not have me returning. I really hope you will get into boston to try some v good Mex food- La Verdad, El Centro, some of El Pelon.

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                                    El Pelon
                                    2197 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton, MA 02135

                                    La Verdad
                                    1 Lansdowne St, Boston, MA 02215

                                    El Centro
                                    472 Shawmut Ave, Boston, MA 02118

                                    1. re: opinionatedchef

                                      Certainly this IS all about opinions, but I personally favor Tacos Mexico over La Verdad or El Pelon. Tortillas at La Verdad are much superior, but still doesn't justify the price. Pre-fire, fish tacos at El Pelon were the best. Went once after the move and had such a terrible experience we haven't been back. Maybe it was an off night? Haven't been to El Centro yet but the review in the Globe this week doesn't make me feel like rushing in.

                                      Not to say there isn't great Mexican food in Boston (or at least East Boston), but my point is that I personally think Tacos Mexico can keep its own with the city establishments, and is definitely a nice jewel to have in MetroWest.

                                  2. I went there today shortly afternoon and it was dark and closed. Any idea if they're still operating? The website is still up, and says they're open Monday from 6:00 AM to 9 PM. Perhaps they've changed hours?

                                    1. This place is still operating and still tastes great.

                                      I took my kids last night at around 6:30. There were not only signs of life but signs of investment. A new cash register was being unwrapped and set up and a fellow was painting the Salvadorian flag on the wall to the left of the vent hood.

                                      I had a taco trio, including Discada, Lengua, and Al Pastor. All were just as delicious as I'd remembered. They had a pupusa special for $1.50; it was also delicious (hot and greasy in a great way).

                                      I am *guessing* based on the flag and the pupusa that the place has changed hands, but there was ample wall space for the Mexican flag to join the Salvadorian. I suppose I'll have to revisit to find out, and eat some tacos while I'm there.

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                                      1. re: Area Man

                                        Interesting observation about the flag..... You are right, they probably have changed hands. I wonder if that will mean a change in name to Yacos (Tacos) El Salvador.

                                        I was in El Rincon Latino (39 Hollis St) the other week and it looks like they have also changed hands (in the opposite direction). They used to be run by a family from Central America (El Salvador I think), but now is being run by Mexicans. It seemed like the menu expanded to include things like fish tacos. I didn't get any food, since I really just stopped in for change and bought a horchata, which was good, but the tacos I saw being eaten on the way out looked delicious. Has any one been? (They are at 39 Hollis Street (Rt. 126) in Framingham, tiny storefront).

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                                        Rincon Latino Restaurant
                                        39 Hollis St, Framingham, MA 01702

                                      2. Just got here yesterday. Three tacos; al pastor, devida, and lengua. A pork but no lorrocco pupusa and menudo with pozole. Sodas from el Salvador. Nice lady behind the counter. More research is neccesario.

                                        1. I really don't understand all the excitement about this place. The meats are bland. The sauces have some heat but no real flavor. I have tried nearly everything on the menu and as much as I adore Mexican food, I don't have even the slightest interest in returning.

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                                          1. re: gojirasan

                                            FINALLY! thank you for confirming that i am not the only one who finds this food drab. ugh.

                                          2. hi framhound, i know you love this place and its convenience for you, but just fyi, one of boston's first 'authentic' Mex restnts, closely following recipes and aesthetic of Diana Kennedy (genuflect, genuflect) was Mexican Cuisine. It's chef is now at Habanero's in Waltham, alot closer to you than Eastie. Haven't been yet myself. Hope you'll try it and let us know what you think...and i hope it's really good.

                                            http://www.habaneroswaltham.com/

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                                            1. re: opinionatedchef

                                              Thank you everyone for your comments. My wife is a Yucatecan Angelena and is always looking for Mexican places for the times I have to drag her back to Massachusetts. We looked up Habanero's and don't think Diana Kennedy would approve of the Baja Chimichanga. I will say that the Discada Tacos at TM do sound worth while and we'll head there when we're back in April.

                                              1. re: Mattapoisett in LA

                                                as i'm not a fan of TM, i hope you'll try H's and/or La Verdad (fish tacos are the ones to get in their taqueria; many good things in their dining room.) next to Fenway Park. But if you live in LA now, you have such great Mex. there; why bother w/ it here? or are you in La.?

                                                1. re: opinionatedchef

                                                  We live in L.A., but spend a fair amount of time in the area, and when people often ask us for recommendations, so we like to at least give the local places a shot before we say, "don't bother".

                                                  Plus, while we never expect anything in that we might find in Merida, Mexico City or even L.A.... but we do want to encourage the few brave restauranteurs who don't sprinkle cheddar cheese on their tacos and offer dishes like Lengua and Discadas. We do the same thing in L.A... The depth of Mexican food available in LA now is so much greater than it was when I first moved here in 8 years ago. We have a vacation home in Vegas and has seen that area transform in just 5 years. We just hope that one day, perhaps on one snowy morning, we can go out for what we crave for most on those days... Posole...

                                                  1. re: Mattapoisett in LA

                                                    well gee Matt, why didn't you say so? Lots of talk of pozole on this board. Iirc. there are 2 distinctly diff styles; one being mahogany colored w/ presence of rich dark meat stock and chiles, and the other ( veracruzan?) being clear broth and more bland (i bet you can tell my preferred style?!).............My fav is up in Salem at Cielito Lindo (not v good, otherwise; we get their pozole and flan as take- out.)

                                                    Suggestion: do a Boston CH search for 'pozole' or start a new thread describing the style you prefer and asking for replies>> you'll get lots i think! Snow and Posole- what a fine goal!

                                                    1. re: Mattapoisett in LA

                                                      Try Taqueria Mexico on Charles St in Waltham. Great Pozole and Birria for these parts.

                                                      1. re: EATTV

                                                        is their pozole the mahogany colored rich meat broth one or the clear/white one? thnx.

                                              2. There seems to be a garbage bag over the sign, which possibly means they have closed. Does anyone have any actual news? I just noticed as I was driving by, but didn't stop to see if there was a note on the door or anything.

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                                                1. re: ts44

                                                  I went by Saturday early afternoon and I thought the garbage bag was removed. Maybe it was only partially removed but I was able to see that they've changed their name and, thus, the sign. I don't recall the new name. They also said that they are only able to do "take out" (in quotes on purpose). Must be some kind of licensing thing. I think the woman said they'd be fully open sometime this week (or next?). In any case, I'm pretty sure you can get your taco fix now. And I had a tongue and discada taco. Loved 'em!!!

                                                  1. re: Chipomatic

                                                    This IS great news! Were they still cash only?

                                                    1. re: ts44

                                                      Since I only got 2 tacos ($3 total), I didn't think to ask. Just tossed them a Lincoln and bolted. Their website does identify all major credit cards but I guess the website is not a reliable source. Splurge and bring a Hamilton and you should be safe!!