South of the Border Arrives South of Chambers St.

01/27/2016
South of the Border Arrives South of Chambers St.

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By: Justin Dizon

Buen provecho!  Already well-known in New York City (there are 12 other locations), Oaxaca Taqueria (87 Beaver St) is now bringing a medley of mouth-watering Mexican fare to Lower Manhattan.

The lunch specials (Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.) make it a perfect spot to grab a quick bite to eat.  Can’t get out of the office or just want to avoid the sloshy, snowy leftovers?  Oaxaca Taqueria has your back with free deliveries starting at noon.  Tacos, burritos, enchiladas, tortas, quesadillas — they have it all!

Personal tip: Grab one of their amazing horchatas.  It’s like a drinkable creamy churro of happiness.!

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