Let us welcome it with a Mexican spot to enjoy happy hour with doors flung open to the newly temperate
It’s called Street Taco: it’s a colorful, cavernous, low-key Mexican spot, and it’s open now in
You’ll find the place to be pretty damn nice-looking: some white-glazed brick archways divvying up the
space, cobalt-blue booths and bright yellow chairs, murals by a Manhattan tattoo artist, a lone golden disco
ball (they scarcely come in pairs). There are plenty of places to post up with a date or a group of friends
for happy hour, but we might suggest a booth by the front, near the (hopefully, probably) open windows.
Throw all fears of imminent headaches or hangovers to the wind and go for a Tsunami, which is a frozen
margarita swirled with frozen sangria.
Now, your taco options are plentiful, and come out of an actual VW van, à la Tacombi. Lamb barbacoa, fried
shrimp with slaw and sweet chili, al pastor with grilled pineapple salsa. There’s even a tuna tartare
option to consider. Find all that good stuff on the menu, which is right here.
And should you need some photos to convince you of all this goodness and the place in which you’ll consume
it, we’ve got those, too.
They’re right here.