The second location of Uno Mas Taqueria y Cantina is open in Speer neighborhood

The second location of the popular spot owned by Patrick Mangold-White opened over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

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Two months after it was announced that a new Uno Mas Taqueria y Cantina would replace the $5 Buck Drinkery at 730 E. Sixth Ave., doors are open and tacos are being served.

The second location of the popular spot owned by Patrick Mangold-White opened over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

The original Uno Mas is at 1585 South Pearl St. Mangold-White also owns Kaos Pizzeria on South Pearl and Mas Kaos on Tennyson Street.

Here’s a sampling of the Uno Mas menu:

Pozole. Guajillo chili‏ broth, roast pork, cabbage and radish. $6.
Sea of Cortez taco. Chili rubbed sea scallops and shrimp, fresh avocado, cilantro, ranchero salsa, cotija cheese. $5.50.

Roasted portobello taco. Roasted tomatillo salsa, avocado, pickled nopalito, crispy potato, cotija cheese. $3.

Duck confit taco. Pickled jalapenos, scallions, mango, cotija cheese. $3.50.

Al pastor taco. Chile de‏ arbol y pineapple marinated Duroc pork, poblano radish slaw, cotija cheese. $3.

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