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Mateos Taqueria Not a Techeria

first_img Tags: restaurant reviews Share this: FacebookTwitterRedditemail,0% You can see that Mateo’s is a labor of love, a dedication to food that is free of GMOs, prepared with natural and organic ingredients, local when possible, while still trying to be authentic and tasty.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzOn our first visit, the BF ordered his standard – a super carne asada burrito, which comes with rice, choice of beans (he went with whole black), guacamole, crema, cheese and of course, the meat. The organic flour tortillas, we were told, were hand-made in Sonoma. The burritos are griddled here, instead of steamed and pressed, which gives them a nice outer crunch. The carne asada shone through all the ingredients; it was a very flavorful beef, well-marinated and seasoned. (The BF is pretty picky about his burritos and said it was now the next best thing to Taqueria Cancun’s, his favorite in the Mission.)Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzDefinitely a Mission-style burrito – as you can see, it’s almost the length of his forearm.We asked for and received chips and salsa, which one of the owners brought to our table. They charge 75 cents for a large order of chips. They’re really good chips, though, housemade. I really feel taquerias should have free chips – at least one basket – and a salsa bar, which Mateo’s will have shortly. In the meantime, we asked for and were given three salsas – the habanero, tomatillo, and a molcajete (mortar and pestle) red sauce, which had a little bit of a chipotle thing going on (though it could have used a little more, as I found it very tame). All were good and fresh – especially the tomatillo. And the habanero one made me sniffle and tear up – always a good sign.I ordered the La Mission Taco – a surf-and-turf deal with carne asada marinated in guajillo chile and cactus, and big fat shrimps in a chile de arbol citrus sauce. Those shrimps were perfectly cooked, and the carne asada was really delicious, nice and chewy and a bit charred.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzI also had to have a fish taco. Fish tacos are never as good away from the streets of Ensenada, Tijuana, Rosarito Beach…. Maybe you’ll find a place that does a decent job in San Diego, but I’ve never had one that tastes like they do south of the border. Until now. The fish was perfectly crispy on the outside – the batter they use must be so light, but there was good coverage, and the wild cod was meltingly tender on the inside, with a tangy crema, and a slaw that contained the only downside of the whole thing – some mango. I love mango. Just not in my salsa/slaw. Not on my fish taco, please. I wish I’d picked it out. But other than that, the taco was a delight. Both tacos benefited from the habanero salsa. I’d have both again.I had an agua fresca – Jamaica – with my meal…Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzJamaica is made with hibiscus flowers and has a lovely ruby color. This one was very refreshing and tart.On our second visit, the BF got an al pastor burrito, super, of course. Unfortunately, their al pastor isn’t assertive enough to withstand all those fillings. Al Pastor should sing out to you proudly, it should announce its smoky, pinapple-y goodness in whatever form it takes. I’m afraid this one doesn’t hold a vela to Taqueria San Jose’s (arguably the king of al pastor in the Mission.) The meat itself had a really good chewy texture, and I could certainly taste pineapple, but where was the chipotle, the smoke? The BF said it was almost like eating a veggie burrito, since he couldn’t taste the meat. The carne asada had certainly been flavorful enough to hold its own in his burrito our first time. Hopefully they’ll tweak their recipe some.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzWe got an order of guacamole, and again asked for salsa with the chips – you need both! But the guacamole was really delicious – fresh, very creamy, yet with nice chunks of avocado, and not too limey. I’d like a little more onion flavor to it, but that’s just a quibble.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzI got their chorizo and potatoes taco – a classic combination that isn’t on every taqueria’s menu – it was excellent. They make their own chorizo, and you can taste it – it was very fresh and light, not greasy, but really well spiced, juicy, with a good texture, and larger chunks than the norm. Surprisingly, there was very little potato in the mix, which at least means they’re not using it as filler. I would definitely order this again too.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzFor my beverage this time (they don’t have their beer and wine license yet, but when they do… SANGRIA!), I ordered an horchata (a sweet rice drink – think liquid rice pudding). It came with a whole cinnamon stick and a sprig of mint – a nice touch – and though it had a very slight chalkiness to it, you could tell it was homemade.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzNot cloyingly sweet. Delish.I also decided to try something a little different. I ordered their Dulce Diabla (“Sweet Devil”) quesadilla, which comes with fried plantains and carnitas in a chipotle sauce. I should have known – I guess I just don’t love fruit in my Mexican food very much (other than the pineapple in al pastor). It would have been very good without the plantains. The shredded carnitas, at least, had a good porky flavor. They also make a Mar y Tierra version (the same as my shrimp and carne asada taco), so I’d be all over that.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzPhoto by Maria C. AscarrunzOur most recent visit, I ordered the Ensalada de Mateo – a nice fresh salad of mixed greens, cabbage, whole black beans, avocado, crispy tortilla strips, crema, queso fresco, a lime epazote (a pungent herb) vinaigrette, and your choice of meat, if you desire. We got it with the carne asada. The salad was really nice, refreshing, crunchy, fresh…though it did need a bit of salt.The BF got a carne asada taco.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzThe only problem with our salad and the taco was that the carne asada was not as flavorful as on our first visit; I’m hoping that they’re still working out consistency issues, as carne asada is what we truly measure a taqueria by. Liberal dollops of their habanero sauce came to the rescue, though, and I wolfed the salad down, panting all the way.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzSo much so, that I had to take half of my short ribs torta (Mexican griddled sandwich) home.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzIt doesn’t appear on the menu – there’s a burrito with costilla corta, but you can also get it as a torta, and it comes just stuffed with meat, avocados slices, crema and a red cabbage slaw, warm and pressed. The short ribs were to die for – succulent, superbly tender, and rich. When we told Mateo we especially loved the torta, he excitedly told us that was because the meat is braised in a tamarind (a pod-like, tart fruit) sauce for 24 hours. And there went my fruit and Mexican food theory – another dish I’d absolutely get again.And finally, another refreshing agua fresca: tamarindo! Really good.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzThey have breakfast items too – I am dying to try their chilaquiles.   And, in addition to the beer and wine offerings to come, they’re also going to have a patio out back, probably sometime next year.Of course, I’ve already heard people complaining that this is a “techie” joint, that it will cater to the Vida crowd (that new monster condo complex just half a block away), that it’s not authentic, etc. At least two of the owners have been on site on each of our visits – manning the cash register, taking orders, and serving food to our table. Everyone has been warm, friendly, welcoming, eager to please and answer questions. Yes, they seem very proud of the fact they’re using organic food and local vendors, yet I got no sense of hipsterism, nor that they felt any moral superiority for doing so.And no, it’s not your usual Mission-cheap joint. A taco here will set you back $4.00 – 5.00. But the portions are hefty, and of good quality; I’m willing to pay the price now and again. I’m a huge fan of all the old school taquerias near us, and we frequent them often. But I just don’t believe it has to be an either/or situation. I think Mateo’s is a welcome alternative in the Mission, and I’m happy to have a new family in the neighborhood.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzMateo’s Taqueria2471 Mission StreetBetween 21st St & 20th St415-648-6000(website under construction) 0%center_img Mateo’s Taqueria at 2471 Mission St.took over the space left by the very short-lived Jamie’s, which replaced the long-lived torta shop (whose name I can’t remember). I watched the façade change – they painted the Victorian building above black and put in a modern, sleek taco and burrito spot. The question is, did the Mission need a new taqueria, especially one like this?Most of the taquerias within a five- block radius have been around a good 10-20 years. They’re all a little run-down, they pretty much sell the same items, in varying degrees of authenticity and deliciousness. Everyone has their favorites – La Taqueria, El Ben Sabor, and Taqueria San Jose being a few of mine. Mateo’s looks like a cool warehouse space with its concrete floors and funky, brightly-colored accents. The place, being new, with its large, open, stainless steel kitchen, is spotless, and you get the feeling it’s going to remain that way for quite a long while. The seating is communal, with a few window stool seats so you can watch the crowds go by on Mission.Photo by Maria C. AscarrunzWe spoke to Mateo (“Matt”) on one of our visits. He told us that the taqueria is owned by five friends – four of whom live in the City. Matt grew up in his grandmother’s café in Noe Valley.  He bussed tables, prepped, cooked; and one of his co-partners has 12 years in the food industry as well. As for the cooks themselves – he lit up – “They’re really good.” The friends had been discussing opening a restaurant together for four years. They decided upon a taqueria, and wanted to keep it simple, and the price point reasonably low. At some point, Matt says, they may add more elaborate dishes, like enchiladas – perhaps for brunch – but for now, they wanted to stick to the basics. Mateo told us to come by on a weekend – until they get their license, it’s a BYOB situation, and the place has been quite lively.last_img read more

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Dirty dozen These are the Mission District restaurants with the lowest food

first_img Email Address Working with Mission Local, Victoria Beckley, a volunteer, created this map to display up-to-date food safety scores of city restaurants. You can see the current scores of all restaurants in San Francisco, and link to information from the San Francisco Department of Health about the reasons for the ratings.Zoom in on the Mission District, and the map reveals 12 red dots. This means that exactly a dozen Mission restaurants received a food safety score of 70 or below on their most recent exam — essentially, a failing or near-failing score. According to the agency’s website, a rating this poor indicates that multiple high-risk violations were observed during a routine health inspection, typically held every six to 18 months.Three of the restaurants on this map with a poor rating — Mission Beach Cafe, La Victoria Bakery and Ali Baba’s Cave — shut their doors for good earlier this year, for stated reasons not entirely related to their health inspection scores. Subscribe to Mission Local’s daily newslettercenter_img A few things to note about the scores: In most cases, restaurants that receive a score below 70 are shut down only temporarily, giving them an opportunity to remedy their violations. In these circumstances, the health inspectors would then return a few days later to determine whether the restaurant is safe to reopen. But the restaurant must live with the scarlet letter of its low score until its next routine inspection — for months, or even more than a year.In short, if a restaurant is open, it is now an ostensibly safe place to eat. It just wasn’t always.No. 1: VBowls LLC1200 Vermont St.Score: 58Poke. Rice bowls. Ramen. And currently the worst health inspection score in the Mission District. VBowls on Vermont street offers quick, affordable food you can even order through the online food delivery service Grubhub. At your own risk. A city health inspection in May identified the following major violations: “high-risk food holding temperatures,” “inadequate hand washing facilities,” no hot water or running water, and contaminated food. Two days later, health inspectors returned to the restaurant for a follow-up visit, and found that all of these violations had been corrected.No. 2: Cha Cha Cha2327 Mission St.Score: 60Cha Cha Cha has been serving up tapas at its Mission Street bar/restaurant for over two decades — and has “witnessed it all,” according to a sign near the bar. Including a forced health department closure. As we reported in June of last year, the popular happy hour spot known for its cajun shrimp and potent sangria closed down for four days due to a cockroach infestation and other violations. According to health inspection records from June 26 to June 30, health inspectors found live cockroaches on the kitchen’s cutting boards and inside a dishwasher at the bar. An inspector also found cockroach feces along the restaurant’s walls, on pipes, and under bartops and prep tables.  “Observed a large plastic container of beans cooling at room temperature … ” wrote inspector Carlos Barragan on June 26. He also observed a “large piece of pork cooling at room temperature.”These sights spurred a re-inspection on June 29, 2018. Health workers then discovered an abundance of grease and food scraps on the restaurant’s walls, ceiling, kitchen equipment, beneath bartops and on clean dishes, the report said. In addition, water had accumulated in the dishwashing room, and garbage and grease had accumulated in the garbage room.  All told, the violations resulted in a score of 60 out of 100, with 28 points docked for “high-risk” violations, eight for “mod-risk” and four for “low-risk.” Much of the staff had to receive on-site food safety training.The restaurant was allowed to reopen on June 30, 2018 following a visit by an exterminator and a third city inspection.–Julian MarkNo. 3: Duc Loi Supermarket2200 Mission St.Score: 65Duc Loi on Mission street.A few shoppers mill around Duc Loi’s Supermarket, mostly in the imported dry goods aisles. It’s a warm summer day and condensation has formed on the glass freezer doors. The air smells like bleach, and the floors are discolored and covered in nicks and scratches. I ask to speak with the owner for a story about health inspections, and the low score Duc Loi received in April. “No comment,” says Amanda Ngo, co-owner.This grocery store received low marks from the health department because of a “high risk vermin infestation,” and for not keeping refrigerated food cool enough, or food surfaces clean enough. Its April inspection resulted in a temporary shut-down. A follow-up visit conducted a few days later found that most of these violations had been corrected. Many of the store’s 216 Yelp reviews note the apparently tasty $5.99 banh mi, the appealingly wide selection of international products, and the dirty floors. No. 4: El Tonayense #11717 Harrison St.Score: 66El Tonayense #1.Tongue, tripe, refrescos: that’s on the menu at El Tonayense #1, a popular food truck that has been in the Mission District for more than 20 years. Located at Harrison & 14th, near Best Buy.This mobile food truck was inspected in May, and the results were troubling. Unclean food surfaces, unsafe food holding temperatures, and “unapproved operating conditions” were all reasons this longstanding taco truck received such a low score. Still: the truck has 458 Yelp reviews and 4-star average rating.No. 5: Valencia Pizza & Pasta801 Valencia St.Score: 66Valencia Pizza & Pasta is one of those cozy dining spots that feels like someone’s home. I drop by a few minutes before they close to see if I can speak with the owner about why the no-frills Italian eatery received such a low rating during its food safety inspection this past April. A friendly server informs me the owner is busy cooking at the moment, so I write down my number (three days pass and I still haven’t heard back). Today’s special is beef stroganoff. You can also get grilled catfish with lemon pepper, prawns fettuccine with artichoke sauce, and much more. It smells really good there. It got really great Yelp reviews. People especially seemed to like the lamb shank.But earlier this year, health inspectors discovered a vermin infestation, “high risk holding temperatures,” “improper thawing methods,” “insufficient hot water or running water,” and unclean surfaces. During a follow-up inspection in May, health officials noted that all of these violations had been officially corrected. The remaining restaurants in the bottom 12 are: Catering with Style at 2800 Bryant St., which received a score of 67; Shaska Delhi Coffee at 3406 26th St. and Irma’s Pampanga Restaurant at 2901 16th St., which both received a score of 68; and Mikado Sushi at 1684 Bryant St., which received a score of 69. Click the links above to read more. last_img read more

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Saints host Wigan this Friday knowing a win would

first_imgSaints host Wigan this Friday knowing a win would hand them the Betfred Super League Leaders’ Shield for the first time since 2014.Justin Holbrook’s men sit eight points clear of the Warriors with just five games left to play in the Super 8s.They also have beaten their neighbours twice this season – two epic contests not settled until the closing stages of the match.With both teams fresh and ready to go it has all the makings of another classic, and tickets are now on sale from the Ticket Office, online and via 01744 455 052.The game kicks off at 7:45pm at the Totally Wicked Stadium and is one not to be missed!last_img read more

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Solar Eclipse Chief Meteorologist Scott Dean explains what you need to know

first_img Chief Meteorologist breaks down what exactly is a solar eclipse and offers safety tips.The path of totality on Aug. 21 — where day briefly becomes night — will pass over Oregon, continuing through the heartland all the way to Charleston, South Carolina. Those on the outskirts — all the way into Canada, Central America and even the upper part of South America — will be treated to a partial eclipse.The last time a total solar eclipse swept the whole width of the U.S. was in 1918.Related Article: “Super blood wolf moon” will light up the night sky SundayJoin us Monday at 2 p.m. for our special eclipse coverage. It will stream live on WWAYTV3.com and our social media platforms so you can take it outside with you and interact with us. You won’t want to miss it! WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — This is the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in the U.S. in 99 years.The last time the Carolinas had a major solar eclipse was on May 30, 1984.- Advertisement – last_img read more

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American to offer holiday service between ILM and Dallas

first_img “Our community has expressed a strong desire to have non-stop service between ILM and DFW, and we are thankful our partners at American Airlines are offering this seasonal non-stop holiday service,” Airport Director Julie Wilsey said in a news release.The holiday route will depart daily, except for Dec. 24, from DFW at 2:50 p.m. CT and arrive in Wilmington at 6:30 p.m. The flight will then leave ILM at 7 p.m. and arrive back in Dallas at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale.“We’re trying to grow our market. We’re trying to boost the economy in Wilmington. And we think that this is a very good sign that there are bigger and better things for this region,” Wilsey said.Related Article: IRS orders 36,000 furloughed employees to return to work without payAmerican currently offers non-stop service between ILM and Charlotte, New York’s LaGuardia Airport and Philadelphia year round and seasonal service to Reagan National Airport in Washington, DC. Delta flies from Wilmington to Atlanta.ILM says the new route will provide well-timed connections with destinations like Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco and more.DFW is the eighth most popular origin/destination for travelers flying to and from ILM, the airport said. WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Holiday travelers will have more options if they fly in or out of Wilmington this Christmas.Wilmington International Airport (ILM) announced this morning that American Airlines will offer non-stop service to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) between Dec. 23 and Jan. 7.- Advertisement – last_img read more

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Wilmington residents complain of cat pee smell

first_imgDowntown Wilmington street (Photo: Jenna Kurzyna/WWAY) WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) – North Carolina environmental officials are trying to discover the cause of a cat urine smell in a coastal city where residents say the odor is overwhelming on some days.The StarNews of Wilmington reports more than a dozen residents alerted the state Department of Environmental Quality on Nov. 25 because the smell was so bad. DEQ officials are investigating several industries as a source.- Advertisement – Brad Newland of the state Division of Air Quality’s office in Wilmington says it’s possible that all those industries are causing the smell.The odor isn’t new. Newland was part of a team that studied it in the 1990s.Residents should call 910-796-7215 to report smells. Newland says investigators should be alerted immediately because it’s difficult to find a cause once the odor has dissipated.Related Article: Wilmington DMV office to extend hours starting Monday___Information from: The StarNews, http://starnewsonline.com(Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)last_img read more

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Support Roots of Recovery at the annual Roots of Love yoga festival

first_imgNEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — This weekend, you can be part of an all-levels yoga festival for a great cause.Roots of Recovery NC is an organization developed by women, to serve the women of North Carolina who have become hopeless, helpless and homeless. The peer support program is a non-profit that serves women 18 and older, mothers and those with alcohol and drug addictions.- Advertisement – For its second year, the Roots of Love Yoga Festival has expanded and will be at Poplar Grove Plantation. On Saturday, May 19 from 9 a..m to 9 p.m., experience international yoga teachers, live music, local vendors, a food court, henna tattooing, goat yoga and much more! The festival will also have interactive workshops and activities for children.Tickets are $20 for an all day pass. Children under 13 are free and welcome to attend.The mission of the Roots of Love Yoga Festival is to be all-inclusive. To find out more about the festival, click here.Related Article: From bluegrass to Scrooge, the Cape Fear hosts holiday events galore!To get involved with Roots of Recovery NC, click here.last_img read more

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Cast Iron Kitchen heats up Food Network

first_imgCast Iron Kitchen featured on Triple D (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Another episode of the Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” featuring a Cape Fear area restaurant aired Friday night.This time around it was the Cast Iron Kitchen’s turn! Friends and family of Josh Petty, the owner of Cast Iron Kitchen, got together for a viewing party tonight.- Advertisement – The Triple D episode featured two of the Cast Iron Kitchen’s most popular items, their dirty south biscuit and meatloaf sandwich. Petty said it was a dream come true meeting Guy Fieri.“That was the biggest thing I took away from it is he had so many good things and so much good advice to tell us,” Petty said. “So it was a good experience. All in all, I just loved it.”Petty said this is the first restaurant he has ever owned. Petty adds he has noticed the Cast Iron Kitchen has been getting busier recently, he hopes the momentum continues.last_img read more

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Watch You dont elect MEPs by commenting on Facebook – Muscat

first_img SharePrint <a href=’http://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/ck.php?n=ab2c8853&amp;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’https://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=97&amp;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a> Partit Laburista leader Joseph Muscat said that one does not elect Members of the European Parliament by staying at home commenting or liking posts on Facebook. Muscat was interviewed on Partit Laburista TV station, ONE TV during 25/05 a program bearing the name of the election date by Pablo Micallef.Making a case for why people should go out and vote, the Labour leader said that one does not elect MEPs by commenting on Facebook urging everyone to go out and vote. The party leader dismissed projections of the party winning four seats in the May EP elections saying that there are 14 candidates running for the party while urging for a block vote. Further he appealed to those who intend on not voting at the local council elections saying that if one did not like the current local council members he could vote for others contesting in this year’s election. Turning to the youths voting for the first time, Muscat urged 16 and 17-year-olds to go out and vote, irrespective of who is their preferred electoral choice. The Prime Minister urged them to prove wrong those who were skeptical about lowering the voting age.The PL leader said that the party has a manifesto for each locality which will be launched shortly. Speaking about the government’s work, the party leader said that if the government did nothing, it had taken a burden off the local council, by having the central authority take care of the road works. Muscat said that the local council lacked the financial clout to carry out the necessary works, and when they did so in the past, they ended up either in debt or without funds to carry out other works. According to Muscat, the people’s issue on a local council level is cleanliness describing the issue as a question of civic duty and management.Muscat told Micallef that in the upcoming May elections he believes that the electorate will vote and judge based on attitude, saying that it was insufficient to say that one worked for the country. Muscat further said that while everyone accepted that the elected MEPs criticised their national government when they felt that the European standards were not being met, there are others who were badmouthing the country abroad.Video: Facebook page – Joseph MuscatWhatsApplast_img read more

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42 Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed

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