What Boston Eats: A Taste of Mexico in East Boston

Sarah Kleinman of Boston Eats kicks off the New Year with a review of Angela’s Cafe on Lexington Street in East Boston. It’s the whole enchilada– snow flurries, fresh “guac,” free sangria, mouthwatering steak and mole, and bits and pieces of random conversation amongst friends. Sarah says she got tired of hearing from West Coast buddies that there’s no “real” Mexican food in Boston, and her interest was piqued by the article on Angela Lopez appearing recently in Edible Boston. So, she braved the blizzard for Angela’s great Poblano eats.

But wait! There’s more! Boston Eats’ previous review on PRK:  Pho So 1 Boston.

5 thoughts on “What Boston Eats: A Taste of Mexico in East Boston

  1. Jose

    The tortilla/guarache that you guys were confused on is actually called a sope not to be confused with sopa (soup).

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