During soccer season, a few things stand out at the Super Nacho Mexican Grill restaurant. In the parking lot, a driver has encased his entire rear window with film in homage to the Tigres soccer team of Monterrey, Mexico. From other cars, the team’s gold-and-blue flags bristle from the windows.
In the past year, Super Nacho has become the official home of Libres y Lokos, a type of fan club called an “hinchada” or “barra” in Spanish. The gatherings are a standout in Austin where many residents eat and breathe burnt orange, but the small eatery in a strip mall off North Lamar has become a haven for fútbol fanatics during the Mexican soccer season.
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