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Power past the spiny cactus paddles, pungent papalo leaves, pale green tomatillos, and oblong orange guavas at this Mexican grocery and find a tiny eatery inside, like any of the dozens of grocery-taquerías in Brooklyn, but with a large kitchen and ambitious menu. You can get, for example, a reasonable facsimile of the freshly made quesadillas you fell in love with at the Red Hook soccer fields-giant flops of masa dough stuffed with meat, cheese, crema, and lettuce. Carne asada (beef) is your default filling, but on the weekends you can regale yourself with barbacoa (steamed goat).
UrbanDictionary.com defines a bodega as a "Latin mini-mart," and who are we to argue? The key word, of course, is "Latin." And for lovers of Mexican goods in particular, the sun shines upon Mexico 2000, a quaint shop under the J/M/Z line in East Williamsburg. Here, the imported treats range from Jumex juices, Abuelita hot chocolate, pulp of tamarind, Bimbo pastries, and, our favorite, Duvalin cream candy. You can also pick up Caprice shampoo, Lala dairy products, fresh veggies, and, best of... More »
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