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baisco.jpg"Basico calls itself a taqueria, but the contours of its cuisine are shaped by a larger landscape of food culture and the zip codes of the Lowcountry," writes Deidre Schipani in this week's Charleston Scene review. She's split on the plates, stating the taco fillings are "very slim," but the enchiladas "are a value." Her shining sentence is that in which she calls bone marrow, the "politically correct cousin to foie gras." [CS]

Basico

4399 McCarthy St, North Charleston, SC 29405

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