Sometimes two is better than one. That was thinking behind @lasgemelasdc, a taqueria paired with a breezy bar-restaurant from the Espita team. 📸 @mariahmirandaphoto⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Located inside La Cosecha, the pair of new ventures is powered by two Espita veterans, butcher Rogelio Martinez and tortillera Yesenia Neri Diaz. The name means “twins” in Spanish, a nod to both the dual concepts and Diaz, who gave birth to twin girls while working at the Mexican restaurant in Shaw.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Here’s the situation: The taqueria offers a selection of breakfast tacos in the morning – crispy hash browns with scrambled eggs, carnitas and eggs, and green chorizo with hash browns – along with a green chorizo quesadilla, parfait-like coffee-chocolate chia pudding layered with spicy sweet granola and chocolate-cashew butter, and drip coffee from Counter Culture. Tap the link in our bio to read more about how the taqueria x bar x cocina came to be and how you can get your hands on the toasts and tacos. ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ A DCist First Look by @nevinmartell

Sometimes two is better than one. That was thinking behind @lasgemelasdc, a taqueria paired with a breezy bar-restaurant from the Espita team. 📸 @mariahmirandaphoto⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Located inside La Cosecha, the pair of new ventures is powered by two Espita veterans, butcher Rogelio Martinez and tortillera Yesenia Neri Diaz. The name means “twins” in Spanish, a nod to both the dual concepts and Diaz, who gave birth to twin girls while working at the Mexican restaurant in Shaw.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Here’s the situation: The taqueria offers a selection of breakfast tacos in the morning – crispy hash browns with scrambled eggs, carnitas and eggs, and green chorizo with hash browns – along with a green chorizo quesadilla, parfait-like coffee-chocolate chia pudding layered with spicy sweet granola and chocolate-cashew butter, and drip coffee from Counter Culture. Tap the link in our bio to read more about how the taqueria x bar x cocina came to be and how you can get your hands on the toasts and tacos. ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ A DCist First Look by @nevinmartell

Sometimes two is better than one. That was thinking behind @lasgemelasdc, a taqueria paired with a breezy bar-restaurant from the Espita team. 📸 @mariahmirandaphoto⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Located inside La Cosecha, the pair of new ventures is powered by two Espita veterans, butcher Rogelio Martinez and tortillera Yesenia Neri Diaz. The name means “twins” in Spanish, a nod to both the dual concepts and Diaz, who gave birth to twin girls while working at the Mexican restaurant in Shaw.⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Here’s the situation: The taqueria offers a selection of breakfast tacos in the morning – crispy hash browns with scrambled eggs, carnitas and eggs, and green chorizo with hash browns – along with a green chorizo quesadilla, parfait-like coffee-chocolate chia pudding layered with spicy sweet granola and chocolate-cashew butter, and drip coffee from Counter Culture. Tap the link in our bio to read more about how the taqueria x bar x cocina came to be and how you can get your hands on the toasts and tacos. ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ A DCist First Look by @nevinmartell

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