Porchetta tacos, courtesy of Resident Taqueria.

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The Oct./Nov./Dec. issue just hit member mailboxes with a special focus on food, from urban farms to birria to the favorite Mexican restaurants of Texas chefs. Seven savory hotspots are featured including one in Dallas, and it’s right here in Lake Highlands. You guessed it — it’s Andrew Savoie’s Resident Taqueria.

“I got to know this incredible creative team when we did an event in Marfa together,” chef Caroline Perini of Easy Slider and Easy Bar shared with the magazine. “Their flavors are really all over the board, so I want to go all the time.”

Savoie and his crew are known for changing up the menu regularly and experimenting with combinations like the slow smoked mushroom and poblano taco, the carne asada taco with a grilled shishito pepper and the fried oyster po’boy taco. Check the chalk menu at the door to learn what’s available each day.

You’ll find their full catering menu here.

Oh, and keep your eye on who’s working behind the counter. Guitar goddess St. Vincent, Savoie’s sister-in-law, has been known to pop in and work a shift.

Resident Taqueria is at 9661 Audelia Road, Suite 112. To find out who else made the list, you’ll have to read AAA’s story here.