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Posted in Adams Morgan, Washington D.C. by burritowizard on May 9, 2009

Super Tacos & Bakery Exterior

1762 Columbia Rd NW
Washington, DC 20009

(202) 232-7121

Measurements: 9” circumference, 7” length (standard)

Burrito Vegetariano $7.10 after tax.

Refried Beans: vegetarian

Super Tacos & Burritos Salsa Bar

Washington, D.C. is one of the most transient cities in the world, literally torn down and re-built every 4 to 8 years.  Cataloging restaurants can be like following stock quotes on the ticker while the market is open.  But, Super Tacos & Bakery (formerly Pepito’s II) seems to have staying power.  Considered to be the best “contemporary” burrito in D.C. by just about anyone who’s been to Super Tacos, I am not disappointed.  The veggie burrito is filled with sautéed vegetables (which usually doesn’t work, but does here).  Sauces: a pureed mild salsa; a warm cheese sauce.  Hot Sauces: spicy red & green (over salted).  Decent pico de gallo w/ jalapenos.  Feels more Central American than Mexican.

Super Tacos & Bakery Burrito

(Above photo of plate I was handed at Super Tacos & Bakery w/ cheese sauce and pureed salsa)

Value: The word was removed from the dictionary in D.C. sometime around the year 2002.


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  1. Bigmouth said, on June 8, 2009 at 10:52 AM

    This place didn’t exist when I lived in Adams Morgan — it was Mixtec or Burrito Bros. DC taquerias — the food always seems filtered through the lens of some Latin American country besides Mexico.

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