We're happy to report that the East Coast counterpart is just as good. Ok, maybe the guacamole needed some work (more salt, more flavor) but the chicken and carnitas tacos were delicious and pretty-looking. And thanks to a super friendly server, we tried a Coronita for the first time ever which is exactly what it sounds like, a margarita with a baby Corona stuffed into it.
The only thing that killed our buzz was the bill. The salsa, which we thought came complimentary as it is as most taco joints, was $10. The guacamole was $12. Our coronitas were $14 a piece and the tacos, three of each kind, were $11. All in all with taxes, our bill was $77. And there was no hope of us even winning some money downstairs to pay for it all. The casino was one giant cooler. Looks like we have something in common with Revel after all.