Guy Fieri kinda blew up Andale last year when he revealed it as the spot where his Twin Cities-based crew likes to grub down before flights outta MSP. The result was massive lines at the modest Richfield taqueria/mercado combo. On the bright side of all the commotion is that Andale finally got the traffic it's deserved since opening in 2011. The options come in heaps — from taco shop standbys like al pastor and carnitas to Tijuana delicacies like suadero and cecina — making Andale's menu one of the most formidable in Minnesota. Like other authentic taquerias, the counter service makes it easy to grab a quick bite. Unlike other authentic taquerias, there's no wrong way to turn.