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With just eight stools, Salva Vida (meaning “lifeguard”) is only slightly bigger than a taco truck, but that’s part of their concept. Manager Lindsay Dunn, a Bonita veteran, tells us, “We wanted to provide a place to pop in at any time to grab a couple tacos or a burrito, and pop back out again.” Chef Trap Landry (General Greene) keeps the menu of $7-and-under items simple enough to display on a chalkboard: tacos, burritos, quesadillas with fresh Oaxaca cheese, a traditional Mexican chicken-lime soup, green salad, and rice with beans. The first three come with a choice of carnitas, chorizo, verduras (veggies like squash, mushrooms, and corn), and pollo adobado (chicken cooked in a red chile sauce). There are also grilled fish tacos, Mexican Coke, an array of Mexican sodas, and a handful of bottled beers.
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