Soho taco spot Corazon feels like it was made for late night shenanigans. You can get some solid tacos (the fish and barbacoa are tasty), tostadas and salads, whether you’re rolling with a group at the back of the restaurant, or hanging out at the bar with a beer. The room has a cool, minimal feel to it, with lots of neon and white, and though the vibe’s laid-back it definitely gets loud later at night - this isn’t the place for a quiet dinner. Hit it up for a fun hang with a couple of friends, or a taco pit spot at the bar in the middle of a Soho pub crawl.
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