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American here: we don't usually invent food, but we "perfect" it (by "perfect," I mean we add a lot of salt and/or cheese). Edit-forgot to mention deep frying, sugar, butter, and other diabetes-causing methods of perfection.

Edit 2: I should emphasize the word "usually," because there are exceptions such as Cajun, clam chowder, and so on.

El Mariachi's queso birria tacos feature slow-cooked brisket, melty cheese sandwiched between two corn tortillas, a shower of cilantro and bright pink pickled onions, and a bowl of consomé.

EVERETT — El Mariachi's birria queso tacos are, in a word, inhalable.

Let me explain: two corn tortillas are joined by stretchy, melted cheese, and the hybrid quesadillas are topped with more cheese while crisping up on a hot griddle, followed by slow-cooked brisket that's as beautifully striated as it is juicy and tender.They are folded into tacos and served to you — three to an order — with tongue-tingling chili oil, creamy green sauce, and consomé, which you are expected to ceremoniously dunk into over and over again.

Your hands will become soiled, and you will fail to eat slowly and gracefully, but don't even try to be civil with a fork and knife.After you've finished your trio, you'll be craving El Mariachi's tacos for days (read: weeks).

Fortunately, birria fans will no longer have to seek out the locally famous food truck, as El Mariachi secured a permanent location for a restaurant on Evergreen Way in July.Their regular opening day is Saturday, but you can start eating there on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

El Mariachi's physical location is ideal, sandwiched between a laundromat and a ferret rescue center; the bright space seats 24 people and is decorated with posters and glowing signs that read "Don't be self conchas" and "I hate tacos, said no Juan."They intend to include a mural as well.

Whats the best place to get cheesy corn dog korean near me?

El Mariachi's horchata is cool, milky, and just sweet enough, with a smooth cinnamon flavor throughout. (Taylor Goebel / The Herald)

I stopped by during their soft opening last week ("soft" is a flawed descriptor here, as social media photos showed a packed restaurant), and I knew I had to order their bestseller before walking inside.

Hugo Carranza, chef/co-owner, first simmers the brisket in a pot of chilis, herbs, and spices for eight hours, developing a deeply aromatic and complex flavor profile similar to slow-cooked barbecue; the meat and broth become slightly sweet and earthy from the cinnamon and cloves.Combine that with gooey cheese, tangy pickled red onions, cilantro, and sturdy corn tortillas for a taco that hits almost every flavor note.

Carranza also brought over a cold cup of horchata, full of cinnamon and slightly sweet and just light enough to complement their rib-sticking food, and, of course, they sell Jarritos.

El Mariachi serves regular and queso tacos, as well as quesadillas, birria ramen, bowls, and tortas (don't miss these loaded sandwiches, which retain structural integrity even when dripping with birria). They also serve "keto tacos," and while I've never understood the keto diet, I can definitely get behind using crispy cheese as taco shells.Carranza said they are working on adding a chicken option, as well as pork in green sauce and Chile Colorado, a low-and-slow-and-bold meat stew.Burritos will also be available in the near future.

Whats the best place to get cheesy corn dog korean near me?

El Mariachi fans can now order their famous birria tacos at their new permanent Everett location five days a week. (Taylor Goebel / The Herald)

Carranza and his wife, El Mariachi owner Viviana Garcia, relocated to Washington from Los Angeles, a well-known hub for taquerias, food trucks, carts, and damn good regional Mexican food, including birria.Carranza recalls walking around Washington and wondering, "Where are the hot dog carts? Where are the tamales?"

"We didn't see anyone coming down with tamales on a shopping cart," Carranza explained.

Because they couldn't find any, they decided to start their own, Los Tamaahles, in 2019. They began selling tamales at pop-ups and breweries such as Scuttlebutt in Everett.Then the pandemic struck, and the world came to a halt, with businesses closing and streets deafeningly silent.To gauge customer interest, they scaled down, selling tamales via online ordering and eventually adding birria bowls on the side.

After receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback, they eventually shifted to tacos full-time and upgraded to a food trailer in late 2020.Fans were assured of a taco-filled future a day later when the couple announced plans to open a restaurant.

"Birria is a really special dish in Mexican culture," Carranza explained. "Every quinceaera, every wedding has them."Every day, we get to serve this special dish."

Birria y Tacos by El Mariachi

6100 Evergreen Way, Everett

Order ahead: 425-512-9024

Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 4 to 9 p.m., and beginning Sept. 17, 11 a.m.to close; available for dine-in or takeoutOnline ordering will be available soon.

Pricing for a single taco is $3.50, a trio of regular tacos is $10, and queso tacos are $13, tortas are $12, and birria ramen is $14.

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El Mariachi's horchata is cool, milky, and just sweet enough, with a smooth cinnamon flavor throughout. (Taylor Goebel / The Herald)

El Mariachi fans can now order their famous birria tacos at their new permanent Everett location five days a week. (Taylor Goebel / The Herald)

El Mariachi, a taco-focused business that began as a tamale cart in 2019, has just opened its restaurant space in Everett after a two-year run as a food trailer.(The Herald/Taylor Goebel)

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