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Throw down about $6 at this New Mexican joint and you’ll get more red chile pork stew than you can eat in two sittings (we know, we tried). Make it $9 and a plate of carne adovada taquitos will fill your belly with a flavorful Southwestern zing, and they’ll be accompanied by some of the best sopaipillas in town (and real honey to douse them in). The place, tucked into a quiet strip center off of Fourth Street, is a bit hard to find, but well worth the effort. (Alibi Staff, January 30, 2014)
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