Border Crossing

Genuine Mexican—in the ‘burbs

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inding good Mexican food in the suburbs is a rare thing. Which is why in-the-know suburbanites flock to Tango Mango for the quesadillas. Unlike traditional flat versions, the quesadillas here come rolled up, meaning there’s a lot more room for fillings. Order one with your choice of salsa, sour cream, or some particularly zesty guacamole, and the result is an overstuffed, melty mix of Mexican flavors. Finish off your meal with a hunk of fresh-baked cornbread. Burns
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Newton was originally part of Cambridge, then called Newe Towne. It split off in 1688.

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