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Leobardo's Taco Shop adds another 24/7 option for night crawlers

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And the 24/7 taco shop revolution continues! Right on the heels of Tacos Rapido, which recently opened at 2800 West Evans, comes Leobardo's Taco Shop, 825 South Federal, a kitschy roundish shack with a triangular roof that has eight inside stools, give or take, and a couple of al fresco picnic tables for loiterers.The menu is ridiculously cheap and the food is exactly what you'd want and expect from a California-style taqueria (rolled tacos with guacamole, carne asada fries, tortas and fish tacos). And who doesn't think that paint job totally rocks?

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