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Tacos Morelos

Map & Directions 94-13 37th Ave.
New York, NY 11372
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347-832-0193
  • Mexican
  • noon till 1am, seven days
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Not Accepted
  • Street

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Village Voice's Description

Tacos Morelos in Jackson Heights is one of the city's best southern Mexican taquerias, somewhat unique in that it offers a full bar—meaning in this case you can choose from a broad selection of tequilas neat or in mixed drinks. There are a number of rare moles, including a red pipian (pumpkinseed sauce), and a series of so-called tacos placeros ("market tacos"), one of which includes rice, cheese-stuffed chile relleno, and roasted pepper strips within its corn-tortilla wrapper. Another beverage recommendation is michelada: a beer of your choice doctored with lime juice and chili sauce. The owners hail from Morelos, just south of Mexico City.

 
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  • Mark C. on 04/18/11

    MOAR TACOS. Also, you can find their taco trucks in willyb or the e villy

  • Try their taco de chorizo with everything on it delicious and their long island iced t is good as well!

  • Gothamist on 07/10/13

    Tacos run $2.50 each, and run the gamut from pollo to lengua to carnitas to suadero (brisket); there's also a full bar, but the whole joint is cash only, so bring cash.

  • Rohit G. on 07/09/13

    Quesadilla... Yum

  • Serious Eats on 04/23/13

    The goat here is in tender, moist shreds that are relatively mild as far as goat goes, but you might find yourself with a couple of gamey bites here and there.

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