This Mexican institution specializes in a single item—birria—tender stewed goat accompanied by diced onions, cilantro, and house-made salsa. In fact, goat is all that’s on the menu, though you’ll get a few options as to how to enjoy it: on a plate or in a bowl, in a small or large portion, bone-in or bone-out. Opt for bone-in if possible, as it packs far more flavor. The bowl option drowns the goat in a generous dose of hearty goat consommé, while the plate is accompanied by handmade corn tortillas for build-your-own tacos, with a small side of consommé for dipping. You can’t go wrong either way, but if you’re feeling extra decadent, go for the goat quesadilla, a perfect trinity of pillowy tortillas, gooey cheese, and savory goat meat goodness.
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