from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as pompano.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A common name of various fishes of the-genus Trachynotus, and also, though less correctly, of species of similar genera. In an adapted spelling the name appears as pompano, applied to Trachynotus and other genera. See pompano.
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Or even better if I felt like walking I would go to pampano tequeria on 3rd for my taco cravings.
My guess for the food court is the one with pampano taqueria in it.
Pámpano: pampano, which inhabits the warm Gulf waters off the coast of Campeche, where it is often prepared en escabeche, marinated with pickling spices.
The coastal waters yield a variety of fish and shellfish, including shrimp, cazón (baby shark), pampano, esmedregal (black snapper) and octopus.
Rarely did such an evening pass without a long fight with a leaping pampano or a sea bass: with thirty or forty pounds of desperate muscle at the other end of a hundred-yard line, the song of reel was sweet.
And beneath the dry surface of the broiled pampano, you'll find a nice layer of fluffy meat with which to run through the attending lake of brown butter
[[Image: Pampano. jpg | thumb | A pampano dish]] energy and nourishment.
What you’ve heard about pampano taqueria is true: it’s quite good. also, you can put as much cilantro on your tacos as you see fit. i was born in arizona and lived in san francisco for many years, so i feel i can speak with some authority about mexican food. the pickings are indeed slim here in new york. it’s a goddamned shame.