October 4, 2012

Tacos Mi Rancho

Around town, dining and attractions

Cpl. Sean Dennison
Desert Warrior Staff

Why write this review when I can have the patrons of Tacos Mi Rancho speak for themselves (names not given to protect the innocent . . . and satisfied)?

“Dear God, I cannot eat anymore.”

“Why did you take me here, you know I can’t finish this much food?”

“I hate you, but I love this place.”

“This is some legit Mexican food.”

“Dude, best restaurant I’ve been to in Yuma so far!”

“There goes my PT (physical training) schedule for the weekend.”

These are all statements spoken by real human beings, revealed after they have samples the borderline-magical deliciousness of Tacos Mi Rancho.

Located a hop, skip away from the air station—it overlooks California on 2nd St. and 4th Ave.—Tacos Mi Rancho has become an instant classic to yours truly, and the only reseaon I would ever deign to visit Yuma again. Besides the memories of course.

In conclusion, Tacos Mi Rancho is the best Mexican/restaurant in Yuma/the state of Arizona.


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