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Taqueria Ramirez

94 Franklin St

New York, NY 11222

This small Greenpoint taqueria has been in soft-open mode since the beginning of August, serving what we think are the best new tacos in the city. Their food, like some impossibly soft tripa or a mixture of suadero and longaniza, reminds us of the stuff we’ve eaten in Mexico City (where one of the owners grew up). Stop by their counter on the corner of Franklin and Oak Streets on Sunday from 5-10pm to try their tacos de pastor and tacos de nopales before they fully open in a few weeks.

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This small Greenpoint taqueria on the corner of Franklin and Oak Streets was in soft-open mode since the beginning of August, serving what we think are the best new tacos in the city. Their comal-cooked meats, like some impossibly soft tripa or a mixture of suadero and longaniza, reminds us of the stuff we’ve eaten in Mexico City (where one of the owners, Giovanni Cervantes, grew up). There are fewer than ten bar seats and standing room outside, and each taco costs $4.

This new Greenpoint spot makes some of the best new tacos in the city. Each one costs $4 and the meat options range from velvety shredded suadero to longaniza with bright orange porky juices that spill out of your taco and onto your shirt (probably) as you tilt your head to devour it in no more than three bites. Our favorite is the tripa, which has such little chewy toughness it might be unidentifiable as a cow’s stomach lining save for the iron-forward taste.

After being in soft-open mode since the beginning of August, this small Greenpoint taqueria on the corner of Franklin and Oak Streets has officially opened for business. Their tacos - which all cost $4 - range from shredded suadero to longaniza, remind us of the stuff we’ve eaten in Mexico City (where one of the owners, Giovanni Cervantes, grew up).

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