I’m back! After a short sabbatical and a couple of life changes (new job, looking for a new apartment, etc), I’ve gotten myself organized and am glad to be posting again:) It’s been a nutty couple of weeks as summer starts to wind down and we all start to think of cooler climes and the busier days of fall ahead.
In an effort to cling to the perfect breezy days that have swept in, I seem to have been eating nothing but Mexican food. Given all the Latin-infused fare featured on this blog lately, I can now proclaim summer 2012 the summer of the taco!
Carnitas, shrimp, chorizo, I love ’em all, especially when they’re made in an ol’ VW bus like at Tacombi. This place is seriously cool, with it’s garage-cum-vintage restaurant vibe and lots of delish lunch options. I’ve been a few times and each taco I’ve tried has hit the spot. All of the options usually come slathered in some kind of juicy, citrusy, or spicy sauce and when coupled with a white sparkling sangria…well, it’s just summer on a plate.
If you choose to go for the self-service option and sit at one of the high-top benches, the taco orders are individual, so I’d recommend setting yourself up with a tasting of two or three. Order with some yummy fresh fruit juices and just let the sleepy satisfaction set in and savor the last moments of summer warmth. The only thing missing? A hammock. Now that would be siesta done right ;)