Taco Tuesday!

It’s no secret that we love tacos here at Up To Date Isla. Today we’re bringing you a classic. Medina Tacos.

They have two locations, one in town right across the street from Bamboo and next to She Bar.. you’ll know it’s the right place by the smell, and the big piece of pork on a spit:

They also have another location in the colonia, right across from the Salina.

Try them with a glass of horchata (pronounced Or-cha-ta) or jamaica (pronounced ha-my-ka) for a real local experience. Or wash them down with an ice cold Sol.

Buen Provecho!


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2 Responses to Taco Tuesday!

  1. Jim says:

    Please tell me what is horchata and jaimaca, as mentioned in the taco post? Thanks.

    • uptodateisla says:

      Horchata and Jamaica are two popular drinks among the locals. Horchata is made from ground rice, it’s sweet and watery. Jamaica is another drink made with water, and it’s more of a tea. They take the petals of the jamaica flower, and boil them to make a tea. Of course that’s how they would make it home made, for the most part in the restaurants it’s made from the premade mixes available at the grocery store. Horchata is white and actually looks like milk if you see it in a glass and jamaica is a dark red color. It looks like a juice.
      Both are yummy!

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