10 am-8 pm Tuesday-Saturday, 9 am-8 pm Sunday.
Sure, it might be a bit of a trek from downtown, but if smoky-sweet meats conveniently wrapped in warm tortilla envelopes and topped with tongue-toasting salsas sound at all appealing, this Latin smokehouse-in-a-truck is absolutely worth your time. Although the names of some of the menu items, like “vampiro” (nachos with meat, $2.50) and “la llorona” (carne asada, chile verde and onion covered in melted cheese, $4.50), may leave you puzzled, the accompanying salacious pictures of food piled high should equip you to point and simply say, “I want that.” Tacos start at $1.15, but your first order should be the “pollo al carbon” ($8), half a chicken roasted to order on a grill across the alley, served with rice and beans. AILIN DARLING.
BEST BITE: Tacos ahogados, fried and drowned in salsa roja, $6.
CHEAPEST BITE: Taco ($1.15).