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Dos Batos

2525 West Anderson, 512/452-0001
This taqueria with a goofy sense of humor turns out superior food from a mesquite-fired grill. Be sure to try the Pirata, with smoked Angus sirloin, sea salt, cheese, and avocado.
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Chronicle Reviews

Dos Batos

Get in on this hit early

Virginia B. Wood, May 5, 2011

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