O, cylindrical god!You can hate tacos, not favor hamburgers, even look down on pho, but I dare say anyone who doesn't eat burritos on at least a weekly basis might as well pack up and move to Los Angeles...where you'll find even more burritos. Orange County was burrito country long before those t ... More >>
For the past couple of years, the most frustrating food explanation I had to give in Orange County is explaining what happened to Taco Adobe. There were two locations--the original one in SanTana, and a second branch in Orange--but with two separate owners. Original owner Patricio Dillon had sold ... More >>
I have no clue why iPhone flipped my photo like this...Because ustedes gentle readers love lists, behold the latest entry in our Top 100 dishes list that
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Now, on with the show...If you go to the original Taco Adobe in Orange (not ... More >>
Don't get confused by Google when you search for Taco Adobe. The website might say it's in SanTana but gives you an Orange address, and that's partially true. See, owners Patricio Dillon and Marco Esqueda ran their SanTana location for a couple of years before opening another in Old Towne Orange.The ... More >>