Tacos Toro Bronco
Jaralillos de Res
The interior of this neighborhood taqueria is festooned in kitschy folklorico. Near the front door is a statue of a sow nursing piglets. Farther inside another statue—this one of a jolly, mustached sombrero-wearing gentleman—stands sentinel before another room. Miniature sombreros dangle from the ceiling. Serapes are draped here and there. The mounted goat head and pastoral paintings are hard to miss. And on your plate is an order of four jaralillos de res, one of the house specialties. The tacos of grilled steak are covered in a sturdy blanket of queso fundido, making for gooey treats for which you’ll need extra napkins.
3825 N. Piedras St., 915-566-4420. Open Tues–Sun 10 a.m.–9 p.m.