You might think you’re about to step into an industrial walk-in freezer but open the silver steel freezer door at Borrachito Boston and you’ll enter a 50s-inspired luncheonette with plush leather seats, curved wooden chairs, and blue and white tiles that carry in from the taqueria. If you’re a fan of sneakily sequestered spaces like Bodega in Back Bay, you’re sure to love Borrachito.
The first full-service restaurant to come to Seaport’s Superette, Borrachito offers a drooly-worthy menu of Mexican favorites made with an inventive mix of spices. The concept comes from New York City’s hospitality company, The Garrett Group, which also runs the smaller Manhattan location.
Borrachito’s menu is available for dine in or takeout. The taqueria itself also shares a retro vibe, with colored tiles, counter-service, and plush blue leather booths. Choose from charred corn or soft flour tortilla shells for tacos in a variety of flavors like Brisket and Bone Marrow, Chicken Al Pastor, Wild Mix Mushroom, and Short Rib Oxtail Birria with onion and cilantro.
There’s also a vegan option on the menu made with Impossible meat “chorizo.” Borrachito also offers a wide variety of burrito and quesadilla fixes in addition to fresh otras (sides)!
The new taqueria, Borrachito opened just this week in the Seaport on April 17! Borrachito will soon be joined by another NYC transplant, Mia’s Bakery from Brooklyn, and Boston food-group native ramen spot, Yume Ga Arukura.
Find Borrachito at The Superette in Seaport: 70 Pier 4 Boulevard, Suite 270, Boston, MA, 02210
Taqueria open daily from 11 AM until 1 :30 PM
Back door open from 4 PM- 2 AM Monday-Friday and 11 AM-2 AM on weekends