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Game of Tacos Readers' Poll Results

The results are in! Your favorite ingredients for the best taco are...
poll

Game of Tacos Readers' Poll Results

The results are in! Your favorite ingredients for the best taco are...

We admit it. We can be as obsessive as Daenerys is with her dragons when we place a taco order at one of our favorite local restaurants. We’ll run down the particulars (hard or soft? spicy or mild?) until we’re left with a meal that is as satisfying as Jon Snow’s resurrection. Though not quite as bitter as the rivalry between the Lannisters and Starks, these taco choices can stir up quite the debate.

In conjunction with our October taco issue, we asked our readers to determine which of these delicious details will win the Iron Throne. See what our readers picked below, then check out our editors' list of Top Tacos in the Baltimore area.


The Taco

Hard = 25%
Soft = 75%

The Tortilla

Corn = 65%
Flour = 35%

The Sauce

Roja (Red) = 55%
Verde (Green = 45%

The Topping

Sour Cream = 34%
Guacamole = 66%

The Heat

Spicy = 68%
Mild = 32%

The Dip

Salsa = 68%
Queso = 32%

The Bean

Black = 78%
Pinto = 22%

The Drink

Margarita = 71%
Beer = 29%





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