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A culinary hipster comes to the 'burbs

Original post made on Jun 16, 2013

Tacolicious could have been yet another San Francisco culinary hipster, condescending to do business in the 'burbs with a watered-down menu and ho-hum ambiance. But with a name that sounds like it was conceived by a focus group of preschoolers, it has to be good.

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Posted by Hmmm
a resident of East Palo Alto
on Jun 16, 2013 at 10:47 am

The name of this place is vaguely disturbing, imo & they check your hipster credentials at the door. Instead of eating there, check out La Viga in Redwood City on Broadway if you want a high end taco. Their taco prices are better and the food is very good. There's a real chef at the helm and he truly cares about the food he makes. Their lobster bisque special and prawn empanada are also delicious. Even their creamy, piquant salsa is a treat.


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