If you're in search of the city's most transcendent taqueria -- the one that makes you raise your fist to the heavens, having just discovered enlightenment on a plate -- then the entrance to La Calle Taqueria y Carnitas is our pearly gate. Taquerias are an omnipresent fixture on Denver's food landscape, and a religious experience for many of us. Especially this one, where the tacos (more than twenty versions) come in both common and unexpected forms. You can wrap your jaws around tacos al pastor pelted with charred pineapple; steamed tacos stuffed with tongue; tacos de cazuela slapped with slow-roasted pork; and fried tacos filled with cheek meat and thrust in a cazo pan. A smashing salsa bar is the ultimate benediction.
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The phrase “street tacos” doesn’t leave much wiggle room for interpretation: It signifies tacos served on the street from carts, trucks, kiosks, market stalls or trailers. But even inside Denver’s top taquerias, which put a wall or ...
No. 91 Tacos Campechanos at La Calle Taqueria 1565 West Alameda Avenue 720-583-6586 Alameda Avenue between Federal and I-25 is a kind of miniature Federal Boulevard all on its own; you'll find Chinese dim sum houses, Vietnamese sand...
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