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8.4

Con Todo

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The trailer Con Todo is a taqueria serving “comida frontera” inspired by what you’d find in the Rio Grande Valley, the border region that encompasses cities like Brownsville and McCallen in South Texas and Matamoros in Mexico. It’s this hyper-regional focus—including foods like barbacoa, carne asada, alambre, and bistec estilo Matamoros—combined with a clear mission and obvious skill and technique, that allows Con Todo to make ridiculously delicious and intensely flavorful tacos.. Con Todo’s chori papa tostada, with chorizo, potatoes, griddled cheese, and guacamole, is an early front runner for the tastiest thing we’ve eaten all year. The tacos are all on homemade corn tortillas, the good kind that make your hands smell super corny for hours, and homemade flour tortillas sometimes make an appearance on specials like piratas, too. Find them at Celis Brewery in North Austin.

Nicolai McCrary

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