The Taco Window Is the Future
When I worked for a Dallas-based magazine with offices at Lovers Lane and Greenville Avenue, near Southern Methodist University, I frequented El Come Taco. The taqueria, whose name roughly translates to “The Place to Eat a Taco” or “Eat a Taco,” was a ten-minute drive from my desk. I was there on its first day of business in 2013, when Luis Villalva and his brother, Javier, opened the small taqueria. El Come Taco’s logo, a bright pink-and-white circle, centers a Mexican calavera (skull) and emphasizes the spot’s Mexico City–style food. The restaurant’s interior has a brick wall to the right. The other walls are plastered and painted pink and neon green. There are televisions tuned to soccer matches, and electronic music plays over the sound…View Original Post
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