There's a lot to like about El Zocalo's pozole, as well as its tacos, which come on fluffy corn tortillas that are made in house. Those tortillas have a great flavor, and the fillings they wrap around -- cochinita pibil, al pastor, barbacoa, lengua, and more -- are very good for the most part. Still, I wish the meat-packed tacos had a better ratio of cilantro and onion to filling. And at $2.50 each, they're not the cheapest tacos in the world. But they're the only authentic tacos around that you can eat in a restaurant done up like a courtyard straight out of rural Mexico.
How does El Zocalo fare overall? Find out when Dish debuts tomorrow.