Bay Bridge Sue wrote:My only regret - coming in early, I've yet to find a Taco joint open.
Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
Bay Bridge Sue wrote: I noticed that Station 29 was *really* busy, what was scary was people swerving off the road to catch them... really dangerous maneuvers with a line of 50 MPH traffic behind you!!! And the place on the left with the bag dropoff was PACKED - I couldnt have gotten in there if I tried!
hookahdude wrote:I work at a NA Casino in Michigan - they have frybread on the menu at the cafe, but one of the tribal members intruced me to the "other menu" and the absolute pleasure of the "FryBread BLT".. That is heaven!
Boijoy wrote:are you driving now Illy ?? wow. I NEVER do math & drive.
We must have stopped at the same place. After hearing so many good things about the tacos, we had to stop. Sadly ours were tough and flavorless. Not giving up though- we will try again this year.MacGlenver wrote:I had a taco last year after the burn (beef, I think). I recall it being decent, but nothing amazing (put a good amount of tobasco on it to get some more flavor). I do like supporting the locals, though, and I'm hoping to prove my taste buds from last year wrong by trying another one on the way out this year!
maladroit wrote:Has everyone in this thread eaten an indian taco but not eaten a Chalupa from Taco Bell? Because it looks and sounds like the exact same thing.
Of course, I'd love to be proven wrong...deliciously.
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