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Birrieria Tijuana

1926 W. Deer Valley Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85027
480-250-0274
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Birrieria Tijuana

Chris Malloy

The crowd at Birrieria Tijuana is here for one thing: Tijuana-style birria. At this truck, which has quickly become one of the more drive-worthy Mexican food trucks in town, the beloved beef stew comes in many forms. One you have to try: quesabirria. Quesabirria is the meat and solid goodness of birria taken from the broth and married with melted cheese and a hot tortilla, all eaten as a taco. The stew’s broth often comes on the side, coiling steam just like birria bowls, for spooning to your mouth or direct sipping between rich bites of taco. These days, quesabirria is in the vortex of a wild moment on the West Coast. In cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco, people are traveling and waiting in line for a cheesy taste. If you pull up to Birrieria Tijuana before 11:30 a.m., there shouldn’t be a line. You should get one of the precious few tables.

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