The first rule of empire is to
impale resisters on stakes so the conquered know you ain't nothin' to f**k wit' not overextend, a commandment heeded by Taco-Mex with its new 12th St sit-down, located less than 2mi south of the oft-overlooked Manor Rd take-out formerly known as Taqueria Alayna, or simply "The Window Between That Laundromat and RBM Food Mart".
Expanding on their rep for having the cheapest, biggest breakfast taco around, the morning-all-day menu now boasts tortas (bolillo w/ beans, eggs, choice of toppings), plated staples (migas, huevos rancheros, chorizo con huevos), and American outliers like pancakes, plus sides of bacon, ham, or sausage for only a quarter -- so instead of buying gum, now 25 cents lets you gum up your arteries.
Lunchables include build-your-own burritos, pork chops smothered in ranchero sauce, tacos from mole to pastor, chicken flautas, and daily specials like chicken enchiladas, grilled tilapia, carne guisada, and hangover-curing menudo, a must for those living la vida loca.
As an alternative to neighboring Airport Blvd chain burgers, they're also offering a cheeseburger & fries combo, a sensible first step towards becoming a Burger Kingdom.