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"We also eat on the street for pleasure--free from social class distinction. Even the highest ranking executive shamlessly wolfs down a taco." -- Olvera, Enrique. Mexico From the Inside Out. Phaidon Press, 2015.
The Wolf of Tacos is a true street food pop-up born during the pandemic. Chef Eduardo Lara originally started selling his tacos al pastor from his driveway in Little Haiti.
(pictured above is the first pop-up)
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The Wolf of Tacos is not a taco hedge fund, but rather an al pastor pop-up making some of Miami’s finest tacos at various locations around Miami. The Wolf's al pastor is one of the best versions in town and comes freshly carved from a vertical spit, just how the taco gods intended
For Lara, good tacos are a sacred thing. He envisions a specific experience: a dim lit street corner in Mexico, and the smell of pork in the air. Your tacos al pastor should be messy, he says, fat-slicked slivers of meat shaved directly from the trompo and piled onto a single corn tortilla. That philosophy applies across the board for his own take on street-style tacos, finished with homemade salsas and served alongside traditional crudités.
This much buzzed about taco pop-up, which is currently doing stints at J. Wakefield and Smorgasburg’s weekly market, is bringing a little slice of Mexico City to the 305. Its pastor tacos with spit fired roasted pork and large slices of pineapple have most beat in the city, but everything from the rib eye to the longaniza is worth an order. Top with one of the homemade salsas to complete the experience.