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7.3

Rosita's Al Pastor

Rosita’s specializes in al pastor tacos—but the al pastor can be inconsistent. The breakfast tacos are actually where this place really shines. What makes them stand out is the incredible house-made flour tortillas, pillowy and slightly thicker than you might find elsewhere. They’re the perfect foundation for breakfast tacos filled with eggs briskly scrambled on a flattop. Order a chorizo, egg, and cheese, and it all turns a fiery bright red.

Taylor Hannan

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