World’s best use of $3

taqueria vallarta, san francisco, food, food and drink, mexican food, tacos, mission district, restaurant, street tacos, al pastor, carnitas

Things you can buy for $3:

Enticing options indeed, but none of these things will satisfy your stomach like two quick and dirty street-style tacos from Taqueria Vallarta. The 24th Street shop may be closed for pigeon debugging, but that hasn’t stopped the neighborhood establishment from opening a fresh new squab-free spot on Mission next to the 16th Street BART, and they’re slinging tasty $1.50 taco treats like nobody’s business.

The toppings are simple, straightforward, and to the point — all you get are two tortillas, a heap of meat, and all the cilantro, onions, and salsa you care to pile on top. Shown here are the al pastor and carnitas, but if you’re feeling adventurous go for the cabeza, lengua, or crispy deep fried tripitas — they’re all tasty as hell and worth a try.

2 Responses to “World’s best use of $3”

  1. Bob Dole says:

    A true testament to a good taco. Totally sick of korean tacos or whatever fusion shitfest they’re slinging at OTG these days.

  2. thuglifecrunk187 says:

    they do rule, especially if you like pigeons. because they walk around there

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