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Expensive bottles of Mexican Coca-Cola, so overrated IMO.
Looks amazing... Cant wait to try it, thanks for sharing!
This looks good. And Mecxican Coke is better than US Coke any day, and you can tell Donald Trump I said so.
At 12:04 PM, Anonymous said:Anonymous said...Expensive bottles of Mexican Coca-Cola, so overrated IMO.The point of Mexican Coca-Cola is that it doesn't contain high-fructose corn syrup, which is a major deal-breaker to myself and many people. This is why people will wait until Passover season to drink coke, because kosher-for-passover Coke is made with cane sugar as well. Yeah, I know i never thought I'd see the day people would seek out food made with "real" sucrose, but what goes around comes around.
was there yesterday, place is AMAZING, they also sell real oaxaca cheeese and fresh tortillas by the pound... now i can make my own quesadillas home and not pay for overpriced quesadillas some place else. thank you!
ps mexican coke is only $2 there...!
gettin' awful shilly up in this comments section ... brrrr
I am the original mexi-coke hater. While they lost me there, they might've won me back with fresh tortillas. Will check out!
This looks great. I will definitely check it out. But it is a mistake to stop serving food-to-go so early. Most people in this area will want to buy food-to-go for dinner, not lunch. I stop in local places to get food-to-go on my way home from work for that nights dinner. 4PM would be too early for me to be able to stop by on the way home from work.
Not sure what to write as very conflicted. Should be happy about upscale pricey Mexican import moving in paying top commercial rent or should be sad taking money away from mom and pop local bodegas who have been mainstay of neighborhood for decades? Indulge in imported delicacies or buy American?
I went to the store today, and the prices are very reasonable! They have a great array of products and their staff couldn't be nicer. It's no mom and pop bodega, but I'll take this over a 7-11 franchise anyday!
Anon 8am: Given that this place closes at 7PM I'm confident it doesn't really compete with bodegas. Furthermore, this place sells a fraction of the amount of products that a bodegas does. Also, outside of Sunny and Annie's on 6th and A, I haven't seen too many bodegas that make a sandwich that looks as good as what's shown here, but if you know of a place I'd love to hear it as I loves me a cheap sandwich.
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