It's a Mexican joint with a simple name in a less-than-magnificent location, but that matters not to anyone who's ever eaten to this legendary late-night establishment. Its popularity has turned what was little more than a food truck into a small local chain. You have a long list of meat, seafood, and vegetarian/vegan options, which employees will stuff into the casing of your choice and hand to you through the window of a stationary bus. Don't let the low-key nature of
this establishment fool you—the menu features classier items like ceviche, butternut-squash tostadas, and chicken mole among the quesadillas and carne asada. There is also a downtown Tampa location (505 Franklin St.) as well as one in St. Petersburg's Grand Central District (2324 Central Ave.)
913 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa, Florida, 33604, United States
2324 Central Ave.