At Inc. Street Food, the kitchen has been outfitted to look like an actual street cart, with waiters picking up orders from what would be the cart's window. Food is all over the place, with specialties from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Argentina, El Salvador and Peru. Despite the geographic range, Inc. suffers from a kind of sameness of flavor throughout its menu. The most interesting dish is also its strangest: calamari rellenos, which is a whole calamari stuffed with oxtail and rice steeped in squid ink. Also of note: Chilean-style barbecued octopus. The standard tacos -- steak, pork, etc. -- were generously proportioned and tasty, if not distinctive. The vibe is undeniably sexy, and the kitchen is tinkering with some cool concepts, but the flavors could be cleaned up a little bit, pulled apart and focused on their original conceptual origins.
Price: $-$$ ($5-$15)