Great Taco Stand | Tienda La Posadita

Tacos, Cerveza, and some Mexican sweet bread- this is why we love
Tienda La Posadita

Unfortunately, there is no taco stand in Liberty. For awhile we maintained a Mexican restaurant, but the true Taqueria (taco shop) is generally less formal than the Americanized sit-down Mexican restaurant. They're becoming super popular in major cities, breaching the culture divide, as locals expand there palettes for a couple of spicy tacos at lunch. Most taquerias either sell their tacos by an order of 3 or 5, or individually. Just down the road in Siler City at Posadita Taqueria, they sell them individually for $1.79 each. Order at the window on the left as you walk in: "tres tacos asada por favor!" (Three steak tacos please.), and have a seat in their tiny dining area. They also do them to-go, as take-away. There's also a full meat market, and grocery store there if you'd like to try something at home. I love travelling around to different taquerias, mainly because each has their own family recipe of taco sauce. Posaditia, is no exception: it's excellent. They'll bring you a bottle of green (salsa verde) and red. Their red is unique, as it appears to have a cream in it. It's beyond good, and I highly recommend if you get the hankering for an authentic taco- visit Tienda La Posadita Taqueria and Market in Siler City.


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