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My grandparents and great grandparents have
worked the fields of Texas Since the mid 1900's
They would harvest;
Water melons
Cantaloupe
Oranges
Grapefruits
Spinach
Onions just to name a few!
in the summer and fall months they would migrate from
Crystal City Texas, to weed & harvest fields of;
Potatoes mint and carrots in Delavan,
beets in Racine,cherries in Sturgeon bay Wisconsin and Michigan
sugar beets in Fargo Minnesota,
Cabbage, beets in Toledo Ohio
sugar beets Grand Forks North Dakota.
Then returning back to Texas to start all over again.
During the breaks we would eat tacos and burritos
filled with various meats & vegetables topped with salsas.
It was this sharing of a meal that I was inspired by

So we dedicate migrants to honor those who work hard everyday weather they are in fields, hospitals, first responders, grocery stores or offices we want to thank you and share a meal!

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Not your run of the mill burrito place.  They really make an effort to provide tasty vegan options if that is what you are looking for.  Homemade blue corn tortillas are a bonus
Elizabeth Rondon Request content removal
Food is good, but this is the second time where we have a bad experience with customer service. We spend $50 for takeout and then my husband gets reprimanded for going to the salsa bar and assuming he can grab some salsa. We ordered online where it clearly said a time for the food to be ready and we showed up to get it at that time. We don't have any trouble waiting longer for the food but we certainly don't appreciate being made to feel like it's a bother to make our larger order. If you don't want to serve customers then the restaurant should not be open or accepting online orders. Service: Take out Price per person: $30–50
Zack F. Request content removal
Absolutely love migrants when eating here in person. Seems every time we have had takeout there is always some sort of issue but face to face  o problem. It's a bit of a slower pace but the food is damn tasty and the salsa bar is nothing to turn your nose up at. I went with the hottest salsa they had (#10) and was not disappointed. You and your gringo friends should stick to 2 or 3 though.   Had a Mexican coke and a lil Tajín for the road. Orale!
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Mexican, Fast food, Vegetarian options
Closed todayOpens at 8AM tomorrow
$$$$ Price range per person $4 - $16
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2601 W Beltline Hwy Suite #106
Madison, Wisconsin, USA
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2601 W Beltline Hwy Suite #106, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Features
Delivery Takeaway Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Booking Wheelchair accessible Wi-Fi
Opening hours
SundaySun 8AM-8PM
MondayMon 8AM-8PM
TuesdayTue 8AM-8PM
WednesdayWed 8AM-8PM
ThursdayThu 8AM-3PM
FridayFri 8AM-8PM
SaturdaySat 8AM-8PM
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