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This Bushwick spot dishes out fresh Mexican food based on recipes passed down from the owner’s mother. Start with traditional cantina-style appetizers like queso fundido with chorizo ($10), pozole ($10) and quesadillas topped with pico de gallo and guacamole ($4). You’ve got plenty of options for your entree, from tacos filled with chicken tinga or carnitas (each $4) to chilaquiles verdes with chorizo ($11) to a Mexican burger with chorizo, chipotle mayo, pico de gallo, crispy bacon and guacamole ($13). Wash it down with horchata or hibiscus aguas frescas (each $3.50) and don’t forget the churros and tres leches cake for dessert.
In dedication to my mother Lupe is her name and most of the recipes are hers. For the love to the industry and the joy of sharing my passion for cooking. Because I wanted a good taco in a great tortilla with the salsas I grew up making and eating, flautas that reminded me of my childhood sharing with my sisters fighting over the last bite, a good tequila that reminds me of my fathers enjoyment of a good tequila. In other words "La Lupe is a gathering of memories put in to an space for everybody to enjoy.