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Tuesday
Mar012011

Lola's Market, Healdsburg

 


Continuing to eat tacos in Sonoma County, a familiar name has come to Healdsburg, Lola’s Market. I went with two carnitas tacos. Larger corn tortillas and carnitas from the full food case. The full grocery store has its advantages; from fresh salsa, chile verde, fresh carnitas, and lots of fresh tortillas. But in the end, what was served to me for lunch matters.


 


Lola’s puts a topping on their tacos I’ve never had before, oil marinated olives. I can’t say whether they helped or hurt, but I did pause and wonder what those little chopped black things were. I’d say the tacos at Lola’s were average based upon my above average experiences locally at Taco Grande and Guanajuato.The oven case doesn't keep the carnitas crisp, just warm and perhaps a bit dry on the ends. I’ll head back simply to shop at the market for speciality items or the meat counter. Pricing on pork, beef, and chicken is very competitive.


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