I have eaten lunch here a few times in the last two weeks while working nearby. The tacos and burritos are unconventional but delicious and innovative. The fresh fried chips and excellent guac are a perfect side. They have beef or spinach and cheese empanadas on occasion and they are crispy, hot and delicious - and at $2 each a real price performer. The restaurant is immaculate and has a hand painted Día de los Muertos themed mural taking up an entire wall. It's a short walk from the train station and seems to be open all the time. If you are in Beacon around lunchtime you can't go wrong at Tito Santana. You'll be happy you tried it.
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