If you’re out at a bar in South Philly, then La Virgen De Las Nieves is where you should stop for a late-night meal. The small Mexican corner store is right down the street from Bok Bar, and at around midnight you’ll see people stumbling through the doors to share one of their huge huaraches that come in a pizza box and only cost $10. You should also know that they’re open all day, and everything on their menu (like their tacos and enchiladas) is delicious.
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