Bandolero is in a great location on the busiest section of M St. in Georgetown. You can't miss it.
Bandolero's Day of the Dead aesthetic includes red wall lights, cemetery fences, and church pews for seats.
Snapper Tostadas ($11)
Snapper with charred mango, jicama, and peanuts. A great, fresh taste to begin a meal.
Crispy Mahi Mahi Taco ($12)
Crispy mahi mahi dubbed "the fish stick" with chipotle sauce, avocado, and lime.
Octopus Taco ($10)
Octopus with adobo and cucumber relish.
An Empanada with corn, potato, jack cheese, and poblano escabeche. One of the vegetarian options.
Spicy pork meatballs with sofrito.
A fatty pork cheek taquito and queso anejo balanced by red chili sauce.
Mole Negro ($13)
Short ribs with papas and sesame.
Queso Fundido ($14)
Duck confit, maitake, manchego, and a sunny egg. Spoon the mixture into the accompanying tortillas. One of the most popular dishes. "Liquid, gooey awesome," indeed.
Lamb picadillo and chipotle goat cheese. A fun finger food. Like a super classy Bagel Bite.
Suckling Pig Taco ($13)
Shredded, smoky suckling pig with apple and habanero mustard.