Whether you call it the Iliad and Odyssey of taco quests, the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn down a river of salsas, or the Heart of Darkness (and High Cholesterol), you will find inspiration, delightfully head-scratching fusion, and, perhaps, the taco of your dreams.
One of the golden rules of restaurant reviewing is not to evaluate an eatery during its opening weeks. There are always bugs (hopefully not literal…) to cleaver as new staff learns new processes with new clientele. Nonetheless, we stopped into District Kitchen+Cocktails mere days after they debuted in the hope that, since this ain’t their first buffalo burger, they know what they’re doing. We were not disappointed.
The catfish was perfectly prepared: crunchy on the outside and soft and warm on the inside. We also enjoyed the Cajun corn delivered in a bag of sauce of your chosen pain level and flavor profile.
My first plate at El Bruno’s, at their original location in Cuba, New Mexico, some 20 years ago, is on my list of top-ten memorable meals. My wife, her family, and me—all red chile veterans—randomly stopped in on the way to the Four Corners to fly fish the San Juan. The red was a stunning … Continue reading el bruno’s restaurante y cantina (albuquerque nm)
The salsa is blissfully blisteringly spicy, and the squirter is an efficient way to dress your chow.
So we have our SxSW routine down: Wake up at 5 am. Sh!t, shower, shave. Drive downtown and get in line by 6 am for the KUTX morning shows at the Four Seasons. Eat tacos and listen to the KUTX shows. Eat lunch at Fareground a couple block away. Listen to randoms through the afternoon … Continue reading eatin’ and earin’ at sxsw
Although I've made slight (but factual) fun of Paleo and The Woo, Picnik is an excellent restaurant and is now one of our neighborhood faves.