Even the most successful can find it's time to pack up camp and start over someplace else, whether because the same routine is starting to stagnate their creative potential, or because someone's just blown up their car with a Molotov Cocktail. For a taco guy running for shelter, hit El Naranjo
El Naranjo is the trailer & picnic table sequel to the same-named Oaxacan fine-dining establishment that the owner closed due to highly volatile local conditions before teaming up with a San Antonio culinary star and moving to Austin, where politics are as stable as the part in Rick Perry's hair.
Tacos and tostadas are sold by the pair and include authentic choices like the Tinga Verde (shredded chicken in green sauce), the Chileajo (potato, carrot, green bean, chickpeas, cauliflower, chile guajilo and garlic), the Cochinita Pibil (black beans, pork, pickled onions), and the Nopales, with tomato, onion, cilantro, jalapeno, and cactus paddle, a major contributor to Mexico's notorious hazing problem.
Whet your appetite with fried plantains served w/ rice or Mexican cream, molotes (cigar-shaped corn dough stuffed with chorizo/potatoes or black beans/cheese), fresh-made guacamole, or empanadas packing mushrooms, jalapenos, and epazote, a leafy herb sometimes called Wormseed, but never Rodman-Skeet
Daily specials will change like the wind, while drinks include fresh hibiscus iced tea, Jarritos (tamarindo, fruit punch), Sidral Mundet (carbonated apple drink), Mexican coke, and non-alcoholic sangria. They're also working on a liquor license, but for now you can BYO -- a cost-conscious means of helping you continue to stagnate your creative potential.