Far too often a taco truck will serve you some expertly-cooked meat and some tasty homemade salsa, only to ruin it on a low quality, store-bought tortilla. Thankfully you don’t need to worry about that at Mazorca Tacos. The 50s-style trailer is serving the Milwaukee community handcrafted corn tortillas to order, which means that every single bite you take will be exactly as the taco gods intended.
They’re playing the hits at Mazorca, so if you’re a carnivore you’ll be able to get your hands on three types of heavy-hitter Mexican meat styles: al pastor, birria, and bistec. The al pastor is served—like all great citrus-marinated pork should be—with a nice chunk of pineapple, and the birria is loaded with pickled red onions to create that one-of-a-kind brightness and acidity that the Yucatán region does so well. At the end of the day, chances are you’re here for the bistec: tender strips of beef marinated in beer (because this is Wisconsin, after all). Don’t eat meat? Good news, they’ve got vegan and vegetarian options too, including a taco with plancha-seared cheese. And there’s more good news: they cater, so you can book them for your next event.
Bistec — Beef marinated in Wisconsin beer, beans, tomatillo salsa, onions, cilantro