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Reader: Drunk or sober, there's no shame in eating at Tacos Rapidos

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After Mark Antonation reached the end of the Federal line with a stop at Viva Burrito, a reader weighed in with the best time to eat at Viva Burrito -- when you're drunk and without shame. Which prompted many other suggestions of the best places to eat when you're drunk and have no shame: Pete's Kitchen. Tom's Kitchen, Barricuda's, which just celebrated its twentieth birthday. And the crowd favorite? Tacos Rapidos.

See also: Where do you eat when you're drunk and have no shame? Viva Burrito!

But as Jena points out:

Tacos Rapidos, but there's absolutely no shame in that. That place is tasty.

And not only is Tacos Rapidos open 24/7, there are three locations: On West Evans, West Alameda and in Brighton.

Drunk or sober, what are your favorite spots to stop for late-night snacks?


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