La Borincana


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1820 South 13th Street, Milwaukee, WI, United States
1820 South 13th Street Milwaukee Wisconsin 53204 US

Puerto Rican specialties including roast pork with rice and pigeon peas, jibarito sandwich, mofongo (fried plantain ball) and tostones. Read more…

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711 West Mitchell Street, Milwaukee, WI, USA 0.4 mi

Pakistani cuisine tends to be rich and very flavorful. Anmol gets that message. Meat dishes like haleem (shredded beef), mutton kahari and the tandoori platters are of note.

Mentioned in ‘Our Guide to the Best Milwaukee Indian and Pakistani Food’

1332 W. Lincoln Ave. Milwaukee WI 0.52 mi

Entertainment, Friday Fish Fry, Late Night Dining, Open For Lunch, Reservations Taken,

821 W. Lincoln Ave. Milwaukee WI 0.62 mi

Open For Lunch,

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1100 S 11th St, Milwaukee, WI 53204, United States 0.67 mi

El Cabrito – whose name translates to “little goat” – is marinated and slow-roasted (leg, sometimes), which lends a succulent texture and flavor similar to lamb. Keen palates will detect cinnamon, cumin, even lemon peel. Like other meats, it needs only cilantro and onion on top, but don’t be shy with the chunky red salsa! And corn tortillas are best.

1801 S. Third St. Milwaukee WI 0.69 mi

The menu is divided into meat, seafood and vegetarian categories (the Celtic ??triskele?? symbol has three interlocked spirals). The restaurant is a tad south of Walker??s Point restaurant developments, and that gives it sleeper status. A terrific place for mussels (the Tuesday-night special), burgers and create-your-own mac and cheese.

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565 West Lincoln Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53207, United States 0.73 mi

One of your first sights upon entering Carnitas Don Lucho is the counter. Yes, there’s an unseen kitchen in this space, but at the counter where you place your order, you will marvel at the glistening pork carnitas, the butt cooking right there, hunks of which are lopped off and sold by the pound. The tender confit-like meat is akin to manna folded inside large, fresh corn tortillas. Drizzle fresh lime and Lucho’s smoky pasilla chile salsa (one of up to six sauces) over the meat. The taco doesn’t need much more to enhance the flavor.

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2001 W Lincoln Ave, Milwaukee, WI, United States 0.74 mi

How do we love chorizo? Let us count the ways. First and foremost, not too sweet, like we’re eating a spicebread. The crumbled, deep-red chorizo gets a quick griddlefry, activating the smoky flavor and giving it a nicely charred/mashed texture that makes a firm pocket inside the warm, griddle-fried corn tortillas at charming little El Tsunami Taqueria Y Mariscos.

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1028 S. Ninth St. Milwaukee WI 0.77 mi

Cafe El Sol offers an authentically delicious Puerto Rican and Mexican cuisine. Stop by on a Friday evening for a dinner buffet with broiled and fried fish as well as live Latin entertainment starting at 6:30 p.m.

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901 South 10th Street, Milwaukee, WI, United States 0.82 mi
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Sit at a table pushed up against the old wooden bar at Guadalajara. It’s old Milwaukee (the building dates to 1890) meets the modern wave of immigration. The steak is lean, on the juicy side, and with the spread of toppings, the tacos looks like little queso-capped mountain peaks. Don’t forget the house pico de gallo! This boffo fresh salsa of cabbage, radish and bell peppers offers that all-important crunch.

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916 S Cesar E Chavez Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53204, United States 0.82 mi

There’s an art, or perhaps etiquette, to eating tacos (nobody tells you that until the filling is falling out of your tortilla down onto your sandaled foot!). The well-seasoned, griddled chicken is so generously piled on by the cooking masters at Taco Loco (inside the El Rey markets) that you need to double-hand the taco, in a so steamy corn envelope, and lean over your plate, letting the juices dribble down your hands. But wonderful? Si!

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