It took a while. But I found a good burrito in SOHO. Yes, this part of New York City has great eating establishments. But when ClickZ moved south of Houston, I was disappointed there was no good burrito place. That’s until one day when I took a chance on a shiny silver street cart with a large group of people gathered waiting for food. It was called Calexico Carne Asada, and came with a story about three brothers from a border town in California, and a profile on MySpace. Once a street vendor has a profile on a social media site online, is it time to trust him? I guess placing among the top three carts at the New York Vendy awards might also give the guys cred on the street.
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