Taqueria Mexico Beacon Street Closes Doors
Less than two years after opening across the street from the well established and massively popular Anna's Taqueria, the Brookline location of Taqueria Mexico has closed its doors.
Bad location, location, location.
We were weary of the idea from the start, until meeting the El Presidente. Going to miss that for sure.
Still Looking For Huevos Rancheros
I was wrong.
Not sure how this happened. What was served was not even on the menu. The huevos rancheros quest continues.
The shirt in the picture is my new favorite. It's from Burrito Blog friends and sponsors The Ryde. Jump on that.This Taqueria Mexico meal was rated: .
El Presidente Of The Clean Plate Club
John and I hit Taqueria Mexico with big plans for a big feast. A meal of presidential portions - fitting for President's day.
Lucky for me, Taqueria Mexico has a plate cut out for the job. They call it, "El Presidente" as you may have guessed.
- Chile Relleno
- Chicken Enchilada
- Taco Al Pastor
- Refried beans
- Tortillas (not shown)
- Lettuce and Tomato
- Sour Cream
I am El Presidente of the Clean Plate Club!
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Welcome To Taqueria Mexico
At 1393 Beacon Street in Brookline (Map), Taqueria Mexico is almost directly across the street from hometown favorite Anna's Taqueria. One could speculate on the motives of this decision for hours, but it's late and I'm here for the beans.
Taqueria Mexico is small, with only three or four booths. Despite the small accommodations, the menu is gigantic. There are all kinds of traditional dishes to try. Or if you're uninterested in deviating from the standard burrito, they have that too.
Many places that have plated meals don't focus on or even offer burritos to go, but Taqueria Mexico has it all. Let's see how it tastes.