photo credit: David A. Lee

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Llame Ya Taqueria & Jugeria


260 Brook Ave, New York
Earn 3X Points

Llame Ya is about the size of a closet—not a normal one, but a New York City one. So don’t plan to come here for a sit-down meal with a few of your friends. The name of this place tells you what you should order. They have a variety of big $5 tacos (carnitas, tripa, and tinga, for example) that come with thick slices of cucumber and grilled scallion bulbs. As for their fresh-made juices, go for the classic green one. It’s the perfect thing to drink on scorching hot days when you (foolishly) think to yourself: “I kind of miss winter.”

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photo credit: David A. Lee

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