$10 - $13
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Dos Toros is one taqueria that brings your taste buds straight to San Francisco. Brothers Leo and Oliver Kremer, the toros of the restaurant's name, moved to New York City and couldn't find a burrito that lived up to their Bay Area expectations. They decided—though they admit a little recklessly—to open their own restaurant. We're glad the Kremer brothers listened to their growling stomachs. Dos Toros is charging through Union Square, the West Village, and as of this month, also the Upper East Side.
Dos Toros is one taqueria that brings your taste buds straight to San Francisco
With a simple but fine-tuned menu, it won't take long to decide on your meal, leaving you plenty of time to drool over the smell. Dos Toros offers three meats styled in four ways: burrito, taco, quesadilla, or plate. The cooks start by placing a slice of cheese on the tortilla and steaming it, ensuring each bite is consistently—but not overly—cheesy. Add in rice, beans, hot sauce, sour cream, and don't forget the guacamole. Everything's made in-house, ensuring the quality and freshness of the food.
Brothers Leo and Oliver Kremer, the toros of the restaurant's name, moved to New York City and couldn't find a burrito that lived up to their Bay Area expectations
The tell-tale sign that these burritos are here to stay is the owners' eagerness to eat their own food, everyday. As general manager (and self-proclaimed "third toro") Tyler Lohman states: "It's a meal in the hands." No one's waving a red cape in your face, but you'll still run right into line at Dos Toros.
Get the Guac. You won’t be disappointed trust us.
Like Pinto and Black beans with your meal? Say Fiesta, to get both.