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drdawn | Dec 19, 200802:17 PM     6

Just found a good taco place that I think is new (could be wrong). Called Chavitas, Just off 185th. If you are driving south on 185th headed towards the TV highway make the last left you can make before you get to the TV highway and you will see it.

The guy makes his own super soft tortillas, the meats are tender and fresh, the tamales are pretty outstanding. Only caveat is it is one guy on his own, and he can be pretty slow (actually my theory is that there might be something about his made to order philosophy that slows things down--he looks like he works pretty hard). If you aren't in a hurry, it is definately worth the wait.

Perfect if you work at one of the Intel or Nike campuses nearby! Am blatantly posting because it doesn't seem that crowded and i worry he might go out of business and then i would lose access to good tacos (no other motive though).

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