El Atoradero

708 Washington Ave

Foodies who love authentic Mexican flock to this spot, where one can get Central Mexican style tacos stuffed with a variety of fillings including several different chorizo varients and even pig ears! Denisse Lina Chavez the mastermind behind the j... more

Foodies who love authentic Mexican flock to this spot, where one can get Central Mexican style tacos stuffed with a variety of fillings including several different chorizo varients and even pig ears!

Denisse Lina Chavez the mastermind behind the joint also provides some of the best tortillas in the city. Made from blue corn and when fried, well, then are perhaps the best chips the city has to offer.

Well worth a visit, and is found in neighborhood that is emerging as hub of excellent restaurants and bars to feed the growing hipster crowds as La Isle de Manhattanos slowly gets handed over to the boring monied class.


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Info

708 Washington Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(718) 399-8226
Website

Editorial Rating

Category

Mexican

Price

$$$$$

Nearby Subway

  • to 7th Ave Brooklyn
  • to Eastern Parkway - Brooklyn Museum

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