Doña Tere Gets It; Taco Bell Does Not

Doña Tere must have liked the Tijuana taco stands as well, but she wasn’t around to let me sample her fare.  Anyone ever try the tacos at this place on 21st and Florida, across the street from Pirate Cat Radio?

And Taco Bell, are you listening?  When I mentioned shrimp tacos, this is not what I was talking about.

Perhaps Broke Ass Stuart has the answer?

Previously: Mission Taquerias Need to Step it Up

10 Responses to “Doña Tere Gets It; Taco Bell Does Not”

  1. I will not stand for this Taco Bell hate speech, sir.

  2. Vic Wong says:

    I’ve had their Tamales. Cheap and good (but not notably so).

  3. jay fox says:

    Dona Tere is a woman. FYI. and she runs the corner

  4. eddo says:

    Yeah, it’s Doña Tere, with an ñ. Her cart’s been around forever, used to be at 21st and Alabama but they’ve been having construction there for the past 6 months, so she’s moved to 21st & Florida. At night, at the same store (the store is also called Doña Tere) they serve bacon wrapped hot dogs, tamales and pupusas, when they wheel a grill out in front of the store, along with another tent. All the food is less than $2. I suspect when the construction at Alabama is over, she’ll move that particular cart (tamales, champurrado, etc.) back there.

  5. Now that you mention it, I’m down as fuck with with Doña Tere. Peep here:

    http://brokeassstuart.com/2009/06/25/a-tour-of-the-best-part-of-21st-st/

  6. Concerned Guajolote says:

    Those unnecessary quotation marks, they spell “delicious”.

  7. Ryan says:

    YOUR OPINIONS OF TACOS IS SHIT. JOIN THE ARMY AND GET SOME REAL STORIES ABOUT TACOS. OR JUST GO FUCK YOURSELF.

  8. Jamie says:

    I like Espiga de oro better for tamales, and gallo giro for tacos, but don(tilde)a teres rocks the elote, no doubt. Good tostadas, too. Though my mom likes the tamales enough to remember her own tupperware from the sunset so she doesn’t need a styrofoam plate. The force is strong in that one.

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