LOCATIONS

Tortilleria Rio Grande #2

500 W. William Cannon Drive, 512/326-1341
This tiny hole-in-the-wall tortilla factory churns out fresh corn and flour tortillas throughout the day. But they also serve simple Mexican home cooking – like nopales con puerco, carne deshebrada, and picadillo – in tacos, gorditas, or plates with beans and rice. Don't leave without a container of one of their splendid salsas.
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Chronicle Reviews

Tortilleria Rio Grande No. 2

Tacos your abuela would be proud of

Rachel Feit, June 21, 2012

First Plates Awards

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