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Tacos from the recently reopened Oakland Las Palmas location.

By The Pitt News Editorial Board

February 8, 2019

Las Palmas has a cult following on campus — but is there anything they could do that would actually cause them to lose support? Read more here:

Respect Las Palmas: Stop purchasing ‘trendy’ ethnic food

Las Palmas doubles as a taqueria, serving cheap tacos stuffed with meats such as chicken, steak, ground beef and carnitas on doubled-up corn tortillas. (Photo by Jeremy Wang | Senior Staff Columnist)

By Jeremy Wang | Senior Columnist

May 30, 2018

Nestled away on Atwood Street is an Oakland gem that’s the stuff of legends — Las Palmas. As a big fan of Tex-Mex and home cooking, I do most of my grocery shopping at this small Mexican grocery store, where I can find ingredients such as jicama or prickly pears that conventional stores don’t carry...

Taco lovers lose their minds at Highmark Stadium

After an afternoon shower at the Highmark Stadium in Station Square, a rainbow stretches across the second annual Pittsburgh Taco Festival. (Photo by Delilah Bourque | Staff Writer)

By Delilah Bourque | Staff Writer

May 30, 2018

Think of your favorite food, the most versatile and delicious thing you think you could eat for every meal. Maybe for you, it’s pizza, pasta or sandwiches. For some, that food is tacos. Over the weekend of May 20, a mass of Pittsburgh’s most famous Mexican food descended upon Highmark Stadium near...

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