One of the few restaurants in the county to sell Zacatecan-style birria
(goat stew). You can order it as a soup, but it's better on a Styrofoam
plate-just a mound, at least a pound of goat served as is. It's up to the
eater to decorate it with an accompanying plate of diced white onions, cut
limes and cilantro (no oregano, which would be a menudo heresy). Another
bowl holds fresh salsa made from chile de árbol, a gnarled demon that has
the dry smokiness of chipotle and the fury of jalapeño.
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Goat Love, Zacatecas-StyleThe Mexican state of Zacatecas occupies the same status as Colombia in the county’s culinary scene: Despite having thousands of its residents and descendants (including your humble scribe) living in l...