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From Our Editors
The good people at Tin Star have been serving up their inventive, Southwestern-inspired, casual fare, which is made from scratch with fresh ingredients, since 1999—otherwise known as the year Y2K became all too real. After perusing the wide-ranging menu, start a satisfying supper with an order of the fresh-made guacamole ($4.29) or the house-specialty smoky grilled tomato queso ($3.99). Entrees include full-sized salads ($7.49), disassembled burrito-esque bowls ($6.99–$7.99), traditional fajitas ($8.99–$9.99), and quesadillas ($5.99–$7.49), alongside a cornucopia of tacos and house favorites. Opt for the Southwest grilled tilapia, topped with pico and chimichurri sauces ($9.99), or the bacon blue cheeseburger tacos ($7.49), which, like their unshelled inspiration, are highly susceptible to hamburglary.