A spicy, Mexican soup bobbing with tripe, menudo is a time-honored hangover cure that many San Franciscans swear by. Here is a map of several taquerias that serve menudo. Tell us if you think menudo works as a hangover cure in the comments. And if you've got a favorite menudo maker not listed here, you know what to do.Read More
Eater's Bay Area Menudo Map
For hearty, huge portions of menudo riddled with tripe, tendon and bits of pig foot. The menudo here also comes with red peppers, onions and corn tortillas on the side.
Chava's Mexican Restaurant
A family-run joint with heaping bowls of flavorful menudo.
Menudo is offered on weekends-only here, and its a solid rendition, served with red pepper flakes, Mexican oregano and chopped onion as condiments you can add at will.
Gallardo's Mexican Restaurant
Here the tripe comes with particularly generous side options: onions, cilantro, radishes, tortillas, cabbage, Mexican oregano, chili flakes, and corn tortillas made in house.
We know Taqueria Vallarta has menudo, we just don't know if it's any good here. If you know something, let us know in the comments.
La Taqueria Menudo
Menudo, all day, every day, although some folks say it's not necessarily their specialty despite the name. Apparently, they make a mean Al Pastor too.
El Huarache Loco
Hit up the Saturday Alemany farmer's market for this rendition.
Weekends-only menudo, Chowhounders describe it as "fearless."