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3 entrees we’re dying to try at Mama Angie’s in Mansfield

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Why can’t every day be Taco Tuesday?

Photo provided by Mama Angie’s

Fact: There aren’t a lot of problems in life that Mexican food and a really good margarita can’t fix.

Fortunately for us in Fort Worth, there’s a great spot to grab both right down the road in Mansfield: Mama Angie’s, a made-from-scratch Tex-Mex cocina singlehandedly answering your “Where should I eat dinner?” questions.

Here are three entrees on our list to try:

  • Juan’s Fish Tacos
  • Tamale Plate
  • Angie’s Famous Fajitas

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