Tania’s 33

Mexican | Vegan-Friendly | Vegetarian
Worth driving from anywhere!

First, tortillas. No mere wrappers, they have full wheaty flavor unto themselves. Slightly salty, earthy, with just the right chew, they are a significant presence in whatever dish they’re used.

They’re especially right paired with succulent carne asada in a full-bore burrito with whatever complements you desire, from a squirt of lime to beans, roasted chiles, and tater tots. Cheese crisps, quesadillas, and enchiladas all are exemplary.

Open at 7am, Tania’s is a great place for breakfast. Burritos, available regular, large, and extra-large, can be constructed with anything from bacon and eggs to beef and beans. Mexican plates are fantastic, including huevos enchilados, machaca & eggs, and an absolutely stupendous chilaquiles that glows with the sunny vegetable flavor of chiles.

Vegetarians and vegans will find plenty of inviting options, including such pseudo-meats as soy chorizo and soy machaca, as well as a wide array of classic meatless fillings for burritos and tacos: roasted chiles, calabacitas (squash), prickly pear pads, beans, cauliflower. Plus all sorts of freshly made tamales.

There always are a dozen soups, sold in sizes from cup to gallon. Highlights include menudo, potato-tortilla, pozole, and arroz con pollo.

The one problem I have with Tania’s is that there are too many inviting dishes on the menu. A person could come for breakfast and lunch for a couple of weeks and never eat the same thing twice. That’s a challenge I’d happily accept.


What to Eat
Tania’s 33, Chilaquiles
Chilaquiles are just a little hot, but explosively chile-flavored.
Tania’s 33, Al Pastor
Al Pastor
Al pastor is a brilliant fusion of pork and smoke.
Tania’s 33, Carne Asada Burrito
Carne Asada Burrito
No shortage of beef in a carne asada burrito
Tania’s 33, Horchata
Cool, comforting horchata is well-dusted with cinnamon.
Tania’s 33, Tortillas
No mere wrappers, Tania's tortillas deliver big wheaty flavor.
Directions and Hours
closed now
Sunday7am - 3pm
Monday7am - 6pm
Tuesday7am - 6pm
Wednesday7am - 6pm
Thursday7am - 6pm
Friday7am - 6pm
Saturday7am - 6pm
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast, Lunch
Credit Cards Accepted
Alcohol Served
Outdoor Seating

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