Two things haven’t changed since the transition: the popularity of D.A. Taste’s beef birria tacos – slow-braised beef tacos dunked in a spicy consommé – and customers’ willingness to wait for an hour or more for the trendy fare.
“Before we started, we thought tacos were just ground beef, lettuce, cheese, tomato – like everybody else,” Laia said. “Then we thought, ‘Why can’t you put this in it? Why not that?’ And it turned out right.”