Ann arbor dating places
Stuff your gullet with everything from authentic street tacos featuring lengua (beef tongue) or tripa (intestines) to more Americanized offerings like the San Diego Burrito (stuffed with meat, cheese, guac, pico de gallo, and French fries) or the classic Gringo Taco of ground beef, shredded cheese, and lettuce.
Dine in, or avoid the public shame of your ravenous taco-eating habits and order takeout or delivery.
The restaurant’s entire menu emphasizes the seasonal and locally sourced, and the fresh ingredients shine through, especially with entrees like the GKB brunch burger featuring a fried egg, bacon jam, and roasted garlic mayo; or breakfast tacos with chorizo, cheddar, scrambled eggs, and salsa verde all stuffed inside locally made tortillas.
Just make sure you order at least a half-hour in advance, as this level of chicken artistry takes time.