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Three Sisters Frybread is here to satisfy


Three Sisters' Picuris Pueblo. - GRIFFIN SWARTZELL
  • Griffin Swartzell
  • Three Sisters' Picuris Pueblo.
To allow Three Sisters Frybread Company and other food trucks to set up shop, the owners of Colorado Crepe Company on West Colorado Avenue actually move a section of white picket fence. The result: a parochial front-yard dining space with covered picnic tables. It’s not the only place this truck peddles its eats, so check Facebook, where the owners post the week’s schedule (though as of press time, their website lacks location info).

Moving on, the frybread itself satisfies, substantial and non-oily. We try the Navajo ($8) and Picuris Pueblo ($8) taco options, noting that either is also available as a plate of nachos. We’re happy enough with the former — pinto beans, ground-beef chile, cheddar, lettuce, tomato and sour cream. But the latter gets rich, tender pork with a chili-lime sauce, plus posole, refreshing jicama slaw, cheddar and sour cream. For bright sauce, rich meat and a generally more satisfying bite, we’d order the latter again, but both will satisfy.

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