Those on this plate are topped with carne asada, carnitas and carne al pastor. You pay, get a number and the tacos are brought to the table, loaded with onions and cilantro. Then you go to the condiment bar, where choices include a fiery habanero salsa, chipotle chile and avocado salsas, pickled carrots and radishes.
La Tapatía is in Phoenix, a town in southern Oregon, not the city in Arizona. It's run by a family from Guadalajara--tapatío or tapatía means someone or something from Guadalajara.