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El Camino Real

 

somebody will have to drink Keep_it_warm's Horchata, since he's not gonna make it.

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Aw man, wish I could get those goods around my neck of the woods. :Power.Grin:

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Hell Yeah, I love that place! A couple trips to Fullerton are in order. 2nd best part of the trip! That taco shack across from the venue in Bellflower was awesome too.

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El Camino Real

 

somebody will have to drink Keep_it_warm's Horchata, since he's not gonna make it.

 

Wow! I want to come out just for that!!!!

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I just wet to hit the "like" button Facebook style on Steve and Matt's post.

 

Ps, I'm in for Cali

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Yeah buddy, just got confirmation. My wife made this possible, Ty

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I'm lucky the guy who started Alberto's taco shops in Cali moved to Tenn. and opened up 6 shops. I don't have to fly out for a fix anymore.

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Dibs on Tom's horchata and whatever is in that shell in your pic Steve.

 

P.S. Thanks Mrs. O.

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I'm lucky the guy who started Alberto's taco shops in Cali moved to Tenn. and opened up 6 shops. I don't have to fly out for a fix anymore.

 

We have 3 locations within a 2 mile radius tongue.gif

 

Alberto's is a SoCal original. Im glad the rest of the world is getting a taste. Hopefully its not a watered down version of Alberto's

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I'm lucky the guy who started Alberto's taco shops in Cali moved to Tenn. and opened up 6 shops. I don't have to fly out for a fix anymore.

 

We have 3 locations within a 2 mile radius tongue.gif

 

Alberto's is a SoCal original. Im glad the rest of the world is getting a taste. Hopefully its not a watered down version of Alberto's

 

like Alibertos lol we got alot of those down in sd

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That is the absolute worst thing about being over here in Germany. No MEXICAN!!!

 

I miss it sooo much. They have mexican food here, but it isn't even as good as Taco Bell.

 

We occassionally make our own burritos and they are good, but it's just not the same.

 

When I go home I tell my family, ONLY Mexican. They even have real mexican cokes with sugar and not corn syrup at the local mexican in my home town.

Yummy.

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"Rice Milk, please" (as they all giggle at me)

 

That place was great. ONE burrito is plenty!

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I'm lucky the guy who started Alberto's taco shops in Cali moved to Tenn. and opened up 6 shops. I don't have to fly out for a fix anymore.

 

We have 3 locations within a 2 mile radius tongue.gif

 

Alberto's is a SoCal original. Im glad the rest of the world is getting a taste. Hopefully its not a watered down version of Alberto's

Nope it is the real deal

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There are so many good Mexican restaurants here in SoCal, I guess I just take them for granted...But then again, being 1/2 Mexican, I've always been able to get good Mexican food really easy... :)

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Mmmmmm. it's my soul food. without it life itself would be impossible.

 

Just got an autographed copy of this.

taco-usa.jpg

 

haven't had a chance to read it yet but it looks like it should be good. I'm familiar with the author already though and more than familiar with the subject matter.

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"Rice Milk, please" (as they all giggle at me)

:ROTFLMAO:

 

 

 

When I first read it, I was like, "Rice Milk? WTF is that?"

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I thought I would be safer saying "rice milk" instead of sounding like some white-bread, dumb-fug, midwesterner trying to 'get his accent on' by rolling my R's when I said Horchata.

 

The next time I'm in there, I go for it! :lol:

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