December 4, 2006

Fare Thee Well, Taco Bite

POST #    2324

As much as I enjoy having a new bagel store only a few hundred feet from my apartment, I would gladly trade it for the return of Taco Bite (and I don't even like Mexican food that much). The tasty hole in the wall eatery that operated out of Monsignor's Italian restaurant (I hear it wasn't any good) disappeared just before Thanksgiving. We thought that they were just closed for the long weekend, but last week we saw signs on the building and the roll-down gate that the store was for rent.

Considerably more disappointed than me was Shannan, who swears that the burritos were laced in crack and that it was the best burrito in Brooklyn, if not all of New York (there are other rave reviews as well). I think it was just the hot sauce that she liked. I think there's only one future occupant in that space that could make her happy...Starbucks. It probably won't happen, as that intersection is pretty sleepy, but a Dunkin' Donuts/Baskin Robbins did open up just a block away.

I'll never forget your burritos and your freshly fried tortilla chips.

Posted by tien mao in Food/Drink at 7:56 AM



I think it must've been the salsa laced with crack that shannan loved. those burritos were nasty.

Posted by: christina at December 4, 2006 10:12 AM

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