Lone Star Taco Bar deserves way more than a lone star! I have put off writing this post because every time I even think about Lone Star my mouth starts to water and I crave their food. From the homemade hot sauces (sweet potato habanera and tomatillo agave) to their corn pancakes with jalapeño and their classic Margarita to the hearts of palm salad, everything was delicious.
Lone Star Taco Bar is open daily for brunch and definitely worth a visit. It is true that tacos are street food and the price should reflect that, but Lone Star’s tacos are a step above and worth the extra pennies. My first visit to Lone Star was with the Boston Brunchers as a guest and I returned within a week again and I think I’ll be heading there again by the end of the week!
The Corn Cakes are perfectly balanced, light and fluffy, not too spicy and not too sweet. I am slightly addicted to the house made hot sauces. I found myself putting spoonful after spoonful onto my chips.
The house pickled Jalapeños are nice and spicy some hotter than others so its a bit of a gamble as you bite in, but you can always calm your nerves with a nice Margarita and soothe your mouth with a creamy bite of the street cart grilled corn. The ceviche was a generous portion of fresh and not overly seasoned fish. Less delicate than some ceviches I have had, but still really good!
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