This green pork concoction is not the most appetizing-looking plate of food. In fact, it looks kind of disgusting. But, man, is it delicious. The combination of savory, spicy sauce and tender chunks of meat is fantastic. Get the chile verde in a burrito, or get it as part of a combination plate—just make sure you get it, somehow. You won't regret it. This 22nd Street hole in the wall also serves all sorts of other Mexican food goodies for breakfast, lunch and dinner—and offers a kick-ass salsa bar to boot—but in our hearts, the chile verde is the way to go at Taco Giro.
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