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Restaurants & Bars

Mi Mexico in Northern Morningside Heights

Alan Divack | May 2, 199905:10 PM     1

A new Mexican place just opened on Broadway between La
Salled and Tiemann called Mi Mexico. I stopped in for
a few (soft) tacos for lunch today: cecina, dried
beef, was oniony an salty; the goat barbacoa was
tender, sauceless shreeded meet with a chile coating
that tasted like guajillo though i could well be
mistakenly. It isn't L'Espiga, but it is also only two
blocks from my house so I am not complaining. They
will also be getting a "pastor" machine soon.

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