A well-hidden taco joint, Little T’s is situated just off of "Eat Street". Since it is not on the main drag, it is often overlooked but offers a great view of alternative culture in Minneapolis. You are also allowed to color on the tablecloths! How often can adults do that?
Little Tijuana’s is open until 3am to feed your super-late burrito craving. Because they are open so late, they attract a number of characters, including many students from the nearby Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Many customers have countless piercings and tattoos. The servers are also tattoed to the max, some with purple hair and dreadlocks to boot. The servers know their stuff, though, and all seem to have the menu memorized.
The food here is greasy and cheap, which is perfect sometimes. The menu is huge, and in addition to traditional Mexican goodies, you can also get hamburgers and mozzarella sticks. I love the combo platters – for around $8, you can get three or four huge items.