Serious Mexican food in London and where to find it
Anyone in the UK, keen to try a new Mexican dish, looking for a Mexican restaurant or perhaps missing their native cuisine is in luck. A quick Google search for Mexican restaurants near me will bring up a huge range of options almost anywhere in the country. These restaurants tick all boxes, serving a lot of traditional Mexican dishes as well as groundbreaking new cuisine. Without much ado, the following is the list of some of the best Mexican restaurants in the UK:
Mestizo KOL El Pastór Corazón Temper Breddos Tacos Taquería Santo Remedio Cravings La Carreta Tacos Padre
Mestizo In London, it can be challenging to find authentic Mexican food, yet Mestizo provides it. This establishment is praised for delivering a comfortable experience, as well as good Mexican dishes that are true to tradition and does great honour to the country’s vivid tastes. The restaurant serves many of the Mexican dishes that are harder to fine in London, such as nopales (grilled cactus leaf with tomato, onion and queso fresco) and pastel de Elote (a special kind of cornbread), as well as classic favourites like enchiladas and tostadas. Their margaritas are also fantastic, and the steak is perfectly prepared. Additionally, vegans need not worry because they have a menu that covers that too. Lastly, Mestizo has a reputation for friendly service and large serving sizes. Read Full Article Here>>
The Napa Valley Taco Trail
By Janette Maack @https://www.visitnapavalley.com/ You haven’t experienced Napa Valley like a local until you’ve dug deep into our taco-obsessed roots. For most, thoughts of dining in Napa Valley conjures up visions of meticulously-plated Michelin-star masterpieces (and prices to match). While of course visitors to Napa Valley can enjoy world-renowned cuisine served up by famous chefs in many restaurants, the bounty of fresh produce in Napa Valley also lends itself to more modest culinary delights – take the taco, for instance. From neighborhood food trucks to strip-mall taquerias (yes, there are also a couple of Michelin-rated taco joints – it is Napa Valley), we present the Napa Valley Taco Trail. Can you hit them all? Read Full Article Here>>
El Milagro is taking over at this Clanbrassil Street Bar
If you haven't tried the tacos from El Milagro, you need to ASAP. I first got my hands on them at Pups in the Park in Marlay Park back in September, and to say I've been dreaming about them ever since is an understatement. They were flavorsome, filling, and had a bit of a quick with their delicious pineapple relish. Essentially, if you don't already know about their incredible tacos, it's time to get to know.
Exciting news for regulars of 57 the Headline; El Milagro will be taking over the Clanbrassil Street bar's kitchen every Tuesday from now onwards.
El Milagro took to Instagram to share the news with their followers.
"We're very thrilled to join our pals from @57theheadline every Tuesday from 6 pm for a very special *Taco Tuesday* pop up. Come on down for some delicious tacos n antojitos paired with an outstanding craft beer and wine selection."
Of course tacos will be on the menu, but you'll also be able to order their sharing nibbles, including totopos and kekitas.
23 under-the-radar Tampa Bay taco spots you need to try before you die
By Alexandria Jones at cltampa.com
When it comes to tacos, Tampa Bay has some very classic, well-known haunts. But there are also smaller spots with some cult followings that deserve a little shine. A few of these these taquerias, food trucks, and cafes are easy to miss, but they're hawking some of the best tacos in town. From secret gas stations tacos, to lesser-known chains, to up-coming, fusion-fueled twists, you certainly have your work cut out for you.
4901 N Florida Ave, Tampa, 813-495-2635 Get ready for perfection. While it boasts a smaller menu with most of the usual suspects, simple street tacos are the move here. Tortillas are pressed to order and toasted on the flat top, no double up required. Carnitas are juicy and crispy all in one, with the extra unctuousness that comes with a slow cook in fat. The pineapple adorning the al pastor sees some time on the flat top as well, giving it that extra bit of caramelized sweetness. The chorizo comes with a lovely dose of baking spice that keeps it from being too smokey. And if you’re feeling adventurous, the lengua (beef tongue) is so perfectly tender it melts in your mouth. Don’t sleep on the tamales it offers on weekends!—Daniel Guess
5305 Henry Ave., Tampa Sheltered in a shack behind a soccer field the Michocán native prides herself on the no-frills menu with an affordable price tag. Four for $10 tacos can be enjoyed with a smooth cerveza from the Cinco clubhouse a few steps away. Don't skip the torta either. —Ray Roa
8307 N Dale Mabry Hwy., Tampa, 813-679-8609 Whether you’re depositing funds at the PNC Bank or getting an oil change at the Jiffy Lube, reward yourself for adulting with a sope, quesadilla, or nopales.
12 Restaurants To Support This Latinx Heritage Month, And Beyond!
By Jack Rattenbury @ secretatlanta.co
One of the best way to honor Latinx Heritage Month is by supporting Atlanta's Latinx-owned businesses, so here's a round up of fifteen awesome Latinx restaurants
National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated annually from September 15 until October 15. The month celebrates the contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans to the history, culture, and achievements for the United States. A great way to honor this special month is by supporting Atlanta’s Latinx-owned businesses. Here are fifteen awesome restaurants you can support this Hispanic Heritage Month, and year-round!
1. Casi Cielo
This beloved Mexican restaurant will transport you directly to the Oaxacan coast, serving up an unbeatable fare that’s inspired by the gorgeous region in South Mexico. We’re big fans of their quesadillas, but you can’t leave Casi Cielo without trying a cocktail (or three)!
2. The Freakin Incan
This no-nonsense eatery serves up an impressive selection of Peruvian dishes. With quirky and colorful décor, you’ll feel right at home at this beloved Roswell gem. We recommend trying out the Lomo Saltado, an irresistible sirloin stir-fry with veggies and rice.
In the last couple of years, chef Dana Rodriguez has launched a mezcal brand (Doña Loca), been named the new executive chef of Casa Bonita, nabbed another James Beard Award nomination and opened her third restaurant, Cantina Loca. Starting August 2, the eatery at 2890 Zuni Street will be offering a new special: Loca’s T&T. Available every Tuesday, it includes a Cantina Loca margarita and two tacos for $10.
Tacos at La Diabla.
La Diabla, our 2022 pick for Best New Restaurant, recently added another special to its lineup: Street Taco Tuesdays. All day every Tuesday, you can order street taco-sized versions of everything on La Diabla's taco menu for $3 each. The restaurant also serves $3 tacos during happy hour (from 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday through Sunday), as well as its popular Jose's Gone Fishing deal (a margarita and two al pastor tacos for $5) on Wednesdays.
A New York City Newsstand Turned Into An Indian Taco Restaurant
By Gary Stern
The fast-service restaurant Taco Mahal started because of the owner’s father’s newsstand. And that’s not a misprint.
After Danikkah Josan’s father said he was ready to shutter his compact 200-square-foot newsstand near busy Sheraton Square in the West Village of Manhattan after 30 years, she urged him not to give up his lease. “Don’t cancel it,” Josan told him, “I have an idea for a restaurant that combines Indian food with Mexican tacos.”
Josan, who was 26 at the time (and is now 29), developed a business plan. She majored in business administration at Texas A&M and had been working at Capital One Finance in Texas. But her dad had also owned an Indian restaurant in Greenwich Village, Rangoli, which exposed her to the restaurant business including equipment companies and food suppliers.
For the second time, your favorite spot for tacos in the Jacksonville area is El Agave Azul! Starting as a food truck, the taco joint flourished, blooming into two restaurants -- one in Orange Park and Baymeadows. The owners are from Mexico, so you know those tacos are out of this world!
“Come on and try a little piece of Mexico here in Jacksonville, FL,” the website says. The taco eatery offers Mexican street corn, specialty tacos, burritos, plates, quesadillas and pizza -- yes, pizza! Its Birria Pizza is created with three layers of tortillas, tons of cheese, sauce, onions, cilantro, meats, and more. And we can’t forget about the weekly deals, margaritas, beer, wine and desserts!
Where to Find 3 Oak Cliff Taco Spots That Aren't Listed on Yelp
By Brian Reinhart - Dallas Observer
During Hidden Gems Week, the Observer food and drink writers are celebrating an abundance of diverse, delicious restaurants and bars around Dallas, places that don’t often (or ever) get mentioned by big-name food media, trendsetters, bloggers or chefs. We’re taking you outside of the ordinary to help you discover something new.
Dallas is one of the hottest, most thriving Mexican food cities in the United States. Just about every neighborhood has a great taco restaurant, and south of the Trinity River, there are dozens. Some of them you know about. Trompo received national attention from Bon Appetit magazine; Tacos Mariachi was the Observer’s Best Taqueria of 2016; El Si Hay, a few blocks from Bishop Arts, has had a strong cult of fans for years and the ever-present line to prove it; the new Maskaras Mexican Grill got a lot of attention for its lucha libre-themed atmosphere.
But many of Oak Cliff’s taco joints don’t have such a following yet. Some of them aren’t listed on Yelp or Google Maps. We hate to betray some of the neighborhood’s best-kept secrets, but it’s our job — and these are small businesses, so revealing a “secret” spot means helping the owners find new customers and pay the bills. That’s a good cause.
Here’s your guide to three taquerias and Mexican restaurants in Oak Cliff that you won’t find on Yelp, along with suggested orders and, in some cases, what to avoid.
TacoTuesday.com is on a mission to find all the best tacos and Taco Tuesdays, helping to make it easy for fellow taco lovers to do the same on TacoTuesday.com. The crew recently visited Houston, Texas to find the best tacos and margaritas throughout the city and surrounding areas. For an entire week, the Taco Tuesday team ate their way through the city in search of the most exciting, diverse and unique tacos that Houston has to offer. The team found them and are spotlighting the top ten on Instagram over the next three weeks. The videos capture each restaurant’s unique vibe, menu and culture.
Beginning today, three to four new videos a week will be premiered on social media for the next three weeks. Follow along as TacoTuesday.com explores the largest city in Texas and its’ wide variety of taco offerings.
“Houston really blew us away with how diverse their taco scene is,” said Pamela Waitt, founder of TacoTuesday.com. “Each restaurant we visited had its’ own distinct style and vibe. From BBQ to fusion tacos and fresh seafood caught in the Gulf of Mexico, we couldn’t get enough of the tacos Houston had to offer. We’re excited to share what we discovered through the videos we’ll be rolling out.”
TacoTuesday.com is quickly becoming the leading free resource for the taco obsessed. With plans to visit more Texas & California taco hotspots soon, taco aficionados and restaurants alike have found a new home for everything relating to tacos.
To learn more, follow @TacoTuesday.Official on social media and sign up for the www.TacoTuesday.com newsletter.
Find all the tacos at TacoTuesday.com, a database of restaurants that serve Taco Tuesday specials across the United States. The juggernaut of a website is quickly becoming THE free resource for restaurants to add their Taco Tuesday menu while giving millions of taco obsessed consumers a convenient way to find tacos. The site is continuously expanding, with exciting future plans to combine tacos, technology and happiness. Follow TacoTuesday.com on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, and Twitter for more entertaining content and tips on how to live your best life while eating more tacos and drinking more margaritas. Sigh up to receive the TacoTuesday.com newsletter here to be invited to special events.
Santa Barbara Taco Trail
By Visit Santa Barbara The American Riviera®
Santa Barbara’s history and culture are deeply intertwined with Mexico, so it’s only natural that Mexican cuisine has long played a prominent role in Santa Barbara’s culinary landscape. This makes Santa Barbara a particularly delicious destination for taco lovers because stumbling upon restaurants and taquerias serving up mouth-watering tacos and authentic Mexican fare is dangerously easy to do here on The American Riviera®.
Between the well-known spots with cult followings, the mom-and-pop neighborhood joints, and the newer fast-casual outposts that put a contemporary twist on the traditional, you can chart your own taco trail and graze as you go. Let the aroma of freshly baked tortillas guide you from Milpas Street and the Funk Zone to the waterfront, downtown State Street, and beyond as you home in on the top tacos, superior salsas made from scratch, and other addictively delicious hand-crafted concoctions.
If you're a fan of tacos, the City of Menifee has a new initiative that might be for you. The Menifee Taco Trail is a brand-new application launched by the city that hopes to attract customers to over 15 different taco-serving restaurants across Menifee.
To participate, all customers have to do is sign up for their taco trail pass. From there, participants will then have an interactive map that shows all the participating eateries.
But it's just not Mexican restaurants participating. "Tacos can transcend your traditional view of them, and if any Menifee restaurant has a taco plate that they would encourage people to try out, they are welcome to participate in the taco trail and join the fun," said Menifee Economic Development Director Gina Gonzalez.
La Mezcaleria' weekend brunch & Taco Tuesday at Pavilion, The Beach
Illustrious day-to-night venue, La Mezcaleria JBR, is set to ramp up the party vibes with two spectacular weekly events, including their fan-favorite Taco Tuesdays, plus a new weekend brunch, both equally electric and energetic. Guests are guaranteed a five-star experience with delectable food, pulsing music, and top-tier service, at the newest branch of the notorious restaurant and bar at Pavilion, The Beach, opposite JBR.
Brunch is an essential pillar of living in Dubai, and La Mezcaleria’s new Saturday brunch – La Bruncheria – is set to reign supreme with an incomparable atmosphere, lip-smacking food and delectable cocktails that are guaranteed showstoppers. Launching officially on Saturday (14 May), at the new branch at Pavilion, The Beach, La Bruncheria will run every Saturday from 1pm to 5pm, and is guaranteed to have tables filled to the brim with guests. With four impressive packages, guests can indulge limitlessly in appetizing spreads, exquisite beverages and terrific company. Prices start at AED 180 for the soft package; AED 250 for hops and grape; AED 350 for an open bar including standard spirits, hops, grape, cocktails, and sparkling beverages; and AED 480 for a premium open bar with top-tier spirits, cocktails, hops, grape and sparkling beverages. Every package includes brunch dining, a lavish spread of La Mezcaleria’s fan favorite dishes, each packing vibrant flavors and tastes.
A complete guide to all the best breakfast tacos in Austin, and therefore the world.
Written by RAPHAEL BRION & NICOLAI MCCRARY
America might run on Dunkin, but Austin sure as sh*t runs on breakfast tacos. They’re what sustains us. They’re this city’s lifeblood. Nothing would ever get done in Austin without them. Portable, convenient, and filling, breakfast tacos are in many ways the perfect food. And Austin does them better than anyone.
When you’re desperately hungry (or hungover), the best breakfast tacos are the ones closest to your house. But we set out to find the actual best breakfast tacos in the city - the ones worth driving across town to eat. The project involved elaborate spreadsheets, many gallons of gas, serious debates about the merits of red versus green salsa, and some very close encounters with hungry grackles. And now, after eating hundreds of tacos, we can confidently tell you about 15 spots in a class all their own. These are the best breakfast tacos in Austin.
As an homage to LA’s Hispanic roots, join us on our Downtown Los Angeles Taco Tour to eat Los Angeles’ most iconic dish: the taco. Along the way you’ll learn about different styles of tacos while tasting both traditional and innovative tacos.
Our Taco Tour visits 3 taquerias – three appetizers in total with a sprinkling of culinary history and stories in between.
Our Los Angeles Taco Tour focuses on quality over quantity. Like a great sushi meal, our goal is to have you sample the highest quality ingredients – small dishes with huge flavor. This is not enough food for lunch, more of a sampling of different types of tacos.
Instead of Taco Tuesday, Sweden Celebrates Taco Friday
BY MICHELE DEBCZAK
If you think Swedish cuisine is limited to meatballs and herring, you've never celebrated Fredagsmys—the Swedish version of Taco Tuesday. The day, which translates to "cozy Fridays," is a chance for Swedes to get together with loved ones and eat comfort food at the end of a long week. And instead of indulging in more traditional Swedish fare, the Fredagsmys cuisine of choice is Tex-Mex.
San Diego boasts some of the best Mexican cuisine in the United States. Every local knows Pacific Beach is the place to be on any given Tuesday, better known as Taco Tuesday. Here is a list of the spiciest spots to celebrate our favorite weekly holiday.
The Ultimate Southern California Taco Tour Roadtrip
By Courtney O'Dell
The Ultimate Southern California Taco Tour Roadtrip - how to plan a delicious itinerary from Los Angeles to San Diego, stopping for delicious tacos and cool California coast activities along the way!
Visit California is one of my favorite travel destinations to work with - they help visitors from all over the world connect with amazing vacations across California every day - California has something to offer for everyone!
From five star to budget travelers, romantic trips to solo treks, foodies to film buffs - California truly has something for everyone, and Visit California helps bring the best ideas to make your trip memorable!
Quick: Name a U.S. city with an incredible taco scene. Chances are you landed on somewhere like Los Angeles or San Antonio, famous for raising the humble taco stop to destination-worthy status, but it’s unlikely you thought of Kansas City, Kansas. Unless you live there, in which case this is a no-brainer for you, you probably didn’t realize that KCK is the true taco capital of the United States. Home to more than 50 taco spots, many of them family businesses, the “Heart of America” is a diverse city with no ethnic majority and a population that is more than 25% Latino- or Hispanic-identifying, most of which can be traced to Mexican origin. Unlike other U.S. cities, Kansas City’s Mexican population comes from nearly all of Mexico’s cultural regions, which means KCK doesn’t specialize in carnitas, mole or sopes, but is home to masters of all Mexican dishes. If you can find it in Mexico, there’s a family in Kansas City serving it today. With dozens of taquerias, restaurants and markets to choose from in one small city, it could be overwhelming to tackle this taco wonderland without a little direction, so here’s your quick-start guide on where to begin in Kansas City, Kansas, America’s true taco capital.
This list is presented by Tecate, the official beer of L.A. TACO.
Eating tacos in Los Angeles has changed considerably. Over the last decade, more and more regional style taquerías found an audience. Birria is no longer just a special occasion dish, TJ-style tacos continue to have long lines, the crispy taco had a much-needed resurgence, corn tortillas were revolutionized, and unforgettable flour tortilla tacos are no longer a rarity. While tacos are one of the most democratic and blue-collar foods, they can also be ephemeral and sophisticated—dictated by what’s in season. The taco is a many-faced god.
Depending on what part of L.A. you’re from, the kinds of tacos you’re exposed to are entirely about access and location. But since L.A. is such a transient city, you’re usually only a short drive away from your next amazing taco-eating experience.
Around 2016, it was declared that London was in the midst of a “taco revolution.” It was big and inaccurate talk. And yet, the reasoning behind it was somehow understandable. More than a revolution, it was simply the case that suddenly London had options for tacos, where all that had existed before were one or two standouts or the sub-par chain restaurant offerings that fed into a wildly inaccurate perception of Mexican food as “a blunt object... all mushed avocado and chilli and vinegary notes, wrapped up in flatbreads with ambitions above their station.” While LA, or even New York still has nothing to fear by way of competition, London’s newcomers have brought a nuanced look at what Mexican food means today and focus on quality that has helped to make things at least a little better.
Mexican food in Prague is “not the best, but good enough to kill the craving.” So says one Mexican expat summing up the general consensus. If that’s true, why isn’t anyone asking the experts? Where can we find the good stuff? We asked Mexican and Mexican-American expats, including the 2,100 member Mexicanos en Praga (Mexicans in Prague) Facebook group, to share their uncensored opinions. Combined with LasSaboritas reviews, here is a breakdown of the best Mexican food in Prague.
New Mexico is probably best known for Roswell. Supposedly the site of a famous UFO crash where actual alien bodies were found. There's a UFO museum there so why not go on an alien adventure and enjoy some amazing tacos. We have rounded up six places you should visit in our taco travels round up.
What they have to say about their restaurant: If you’re looking for a casual, excellent taste of Northern New Mexico and Mexican traditional favorites and you happen to be within a fifty mile radius of Santa Fe, watch for a colorful beach umbrella logo identifying El Parasol restaurants.
What they have to say about their restaurant: Casa Taco is not fast food! We make all our food from scratch. Everything is cooked fresh when you order it. Casa Taco “Signature Tacos” are made on a griddle, which gives them that crispy goodness everyone loves. During busy times, it may take longer for your order to be completed as we serve both dine-in and carry out guests with equal priority.
What they have to say about their restaurant: We invite you to enjoy our delicious dishes as barbacoa of borrego birria of goat molcajetes soups huaraches chilaquiles world broth of beef mole chicken of hoya enchiladas pambazos and much more
Seven of the Best Places to get Tacos in Ohio
Historically, Ohio is known as the “Buckeye State” because of the buckeye trees growing across the different parts of the state. Sadly they are not very well known for their tacos, but we are going to change all that. We have rounded up seven places you should visit in our taco travels round up.
What they have to say about their restaurant: We offer amazing Mexican cuisine with a range of choices. We take food safety seriously and adhere to all the standards and guidelines. Come and experience the best of Mexican food!
What they have to say about their restaurant: Come and get an authentic Tex-Mex bar restaurant experience here at Guerra’s Krazy Tacos in the heart of Springfield, Ohio. Only here at Ohio’s best taco joint can you enjoy a mouth-watering taco, inspired by the owner, for under $4!
What they have to say about their restaurant: At Condado, we create spaces where all are welcome, and each person brings their own individuality to the table. From the food and drinks to the environment and the experience, there’s always something a little unexpected to look forward to. Like fresh takes on classic flavors. And the chance to create your own unique combinations of exactly what you crave.
What they have to say about their restaurant: We have been providing authentic Mexican food to folks in Southern Ohio for over 20 years! Have a large carry-out order? Just call ahead and we'll have it ready for you to pick up!
Seven of the Best Places to get Tacos in Wisconsin
When you think of Wisconsin you most likely think of cheese, we know we do. But not only is Wisconsin known for cheese, they are known for beer and what goes better with beer than tacos. We have rounded up eight places you should visit in our taco travels round up.
What they have to say about their restaurant: With 20 years of experience cooking in the finest restaurants, our chef is excited to present their vision to you and all our guests. Our caring and committed staff will ensure you have a fantastic experience with us.
What they have to say about their restaurant: All our food is homemade, authentic, and made with fresh natural ingredients. Fiesta Loca provides a fun, family atmosphere, and is great for all occasions.
What they have to say about their restaurant: Chilango Express is the place to gather with your friends and enjoy some of the best drinks around. We offer authentic Mexican-style barbecue with handmade tortillas and the best salsa in the region.
What they have to say about their restaurant: Food is freshly made with quality ingredients. Truly authentic flavors!
A Southern California Taco Tour - A MICHELIN GUIDE
What better way to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month than with some of the country’s finest tacos?
While we don’t really need an excuse to eat more tacos, celebrating Latinx culture and cuisine in the name of Hispanic Heritage Month is certainly a good one. And Southern California is home to some of the best—from roadside taquerias just north of the border to more formal restaurants where chefs take creative liberties with the contents of their tacos. Most of these restaurants are small, family-run spots with short and sweet menus. Many are known to excel at one particular kind of taco or have staple signatures and it’s generally best to go along with popular wisdom. But how you eat your taco—standing up, sitting down, in your car or hovering over it—is entirely up to you.
Here are nine picks for tacos across Southern California: Let's go >>
Signature Taco Tour Vallarta
Want to avoid tourist traps and dive deeper into Mexican culture? Our Signature Taco Tour is for you! Our Foodie Guides will show you the best food, tell you the best stories, and do their very best to keep you from eating until you explode (hey, it’s a harder job than you’d think!).
Not only will you go “behind the scenes” and see the Vallarta not manufactured for tourists, you’ll also learn about Mexican culture and history, plus extras like… Let's go >>
Southern California Taco Tour
Enjoy the tastiest tacos SoCal has to offer on this two-day journey from Los Angeles to just north of the border. let's go >>
Margarita Mile - A Margarita Lovers Dream Vacation
The Best and Most Unique Food Along the Margarita Mile - BY ZANE HARRINGTON
Mariano's - Every time I visit Mariano's I order the VIP Platter. This off-menu item is perfect for a group of four looking for a little sampling of all this wonderful restaurant has to offer. Items on the platter include cheese quesadillas, flank steak, chicken nachos, flautas, queso, guacamole and fried jalapenos. See All >>
Seven Taco Restaurants in Texas you need to try
So many things come to mind when you think of food in Texas, tacos is definitely one that makes the short list. The land of incredible BBQ is also a taco mecca. There are endless taco joints to try but we've rounded up seven you need to visit.
What they have to say about their restaurant: Owners Reyna and Maritza Vazquez are sisters and best friends. They were born and raised in Mexico, and now live in Austin, TX. It took a lot of hard work, sacrifice, and perseverance to get to where they are today as business owners. Our specialty is authentic Mexican food made with fresh ingredients and organic juices and smoothies. Our tortillas are homemade, as well as our chips. We shop everyday to buy the freshest ingredients. In addition to our breakfast tacos, we also make delicious fish tacos, veggie tacos, homemade mole tacos, tortas, and quesadillas. Our migas tacos were featured by the Food Network as one of the 5 best tacos in America!
What they have to say about their restaurant: Guero's Taco Diner was the first and best "Taco Place" established in the Stone Oak area. Bernardo Marcos purchased the restaurant and took over operations in 2013. The name was changed from Gueros Taco Diner to Los Gueros Tacos and everything from the kitchen to the dining room has been upgraded and revamped with a new logo and décor. With a new look and a new menu of tasty tacos and traditional plates we are eager to see our regular customers and welcome new customers with a warm smile and tasty tacos.
What they have to say about their restaurant: From humble beginnings as a convenience store nearly 20 years ago to opening two full-service dining establishments now located along the I-40 corridor in Amarillo, Texas, El Tejavan is celebrated as the Panhandle’s destination for true Mexican cuisine!
Gerardo's Drive In (Houston)
609 Patton St Houston, TX 77009
What they have to say about their restaurant: Old-school drive-in serving classic Mexican plates, from tacos to tamales, in a no-frills setting.
Taqueria Ramirez and Greenpoint Fish Team Up for Taco Tuesday
By Jennifer Rosini-Gentile @ GreenPointers.com
Mexican eatery Taqueria Ramírez (94 Franklin St.), is teaming up with seafood shop, Greenpoint Fish (114 Nassau Ave.), to give Greenpointers the collaboration that Taco Tuesday dreams are made of.
Both Greenpoint hotspots announced on Instagram that this collaboration will take place on Tuesday, August 16, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. (or until the menu sells out) at Greenpoint Fish.
Chefs Orion Russell from Greenpoint Fish and Lobster and Giovanni Cervantes from Taqueria Ramírez have created a special menu, which features a variety of playful fish tacos and more including monkfish al pastor, scallops Ramírez, and a tuna tostada.
A few of Greenpoint Fish’s classics will also be available, plus a selection of natural wine and local beers and specialty drinks like Clamacheves and Micheladas. Limited edition shirts will be for sale also.
Tuesdays mean tacos. Tacos are for Tuesday. Tuesday tastes like tacos. We all love a good deal. And we all love tacos. At least here at Time Out we do. If like us, you’re on the hunt for the very best Taco Tuesday deals, look no further than this list.
You might also like: The best dining deals and offers in Dubai 2022
From soft shells to crisp exteriors, marinated meats, crispy chicken and very tasty vegan fillings – tacos are for everyone and for every taste. So if you’ve got a taste for tacos, its time to read on.
These are the best Taco Tuesday deals in Dubai right now.
Get ready for a fiesta, a fiesta of feasting on tacos. Every Tuesday, you’ll be able to load up on those tasty things called tacos. Load up those delicious tacos, and dip your chips into freshly smashed guac before sipping on Mexican mixed drinks.
Happy hour from 3pm-6pm. DJ from 10pm-3am. Millennium Airport Hotel, Al Garhoud (04 702 8855).
If you fancy getting the most bang for your buck, why not hit up Chalco’s Cantina at the Dubai Marina. Tuesdays mean unlimited tacos all washed down with free-flow lemony mixed-drinks and hops. Spice up your Tuesday night with some of the best tacos in town, great live music and a good deal.
Dhs200 per person. Every Tuesday from 2pm-midnight. Marina Gate, Dubai Marina. (052 112 8923) @chalcoscantina
El Chapo’s Tacos
Make sure you’re hungry for this one. If you’ve got an insatiable appetite for tasty tacos, this is the deal for you. Dive into this unlimited taco deal for just Dhs99 at El Chapo’s Tacos. Bump your package up to include drinks for an additional Dhs80, and you’ll be able to enjoy a selection of unlimited house beverages.
Dhs99 (unlimited tacos), Dhs179 (unlimited tacos and drinks). Every Tues 4pm onwards. El Chapo’s Tacos, Studio One Hotel. (04 514 5411)
JLT isn’t short of places to eat out, but we reckon El Mostacho deserves your attention for its tempting taco Tuesday deal. It’s a tiny nook in Gold Tower, so (as well as keeping your eyes peeled) be prepared to get cosy as you enjoy tacos ’til they come out your ears. Every Tuesday El Mostacho offers a buy-one-get-one offer on all their tacos. Grab an amigo and get on down.
From Dhs15 (for two tacos) Every Tuesday from 12pm-10pm. Gold Tower, Cluster I, JLT (04 551 6679).
Get your Taco Tuesday in Shreveport and Bossier City
By Meredith G. White of Shreveport Times
Is Taco Tuesday the highlight of your week? There are a lot of good spots to check out in the Shreveport-Bossier area. Whether you're looking for traditional street tacos or wanting to venture out with some unique options, there are plenty of options to choose from.
Los Potrillos Taqueria
If classic street tacos are your jam, Los Potrillos has you covered with favorites like carne asada, carnitas, barbacoa, chicken, fish and more with a plate special including rice and beans. Order classic apps like guacamole or cheese dip and pair them with a top-shelf margarita or an imported beer.
Starr Barbecue, with its brightly colored exterior and an interior packed with memorabilia from years gone by has all the makings of a classic Texas ’cue joint. Here you can find wedges of pan de campo—a cakelike cowboy bread baked in a Dutch oven—served with a heart-stopping mound of butter. And the barbecue comes wrapped in tortillas just as often as it’s served on a tray. It’s with these tacos that Starr truly shines.
Starr Barbecue excels when it focuses on its border roots, using fresh ingredients and beloved brands. The mac and cheese is made with Velveeta. Some snobby gourmets might turn up their noses at that, but Texans know that the traditional, comforting queso con chile dip requires Velveeta. Starr Barbecue also serves cheesy birria de res tacos with stewed brisket in a birria broth punctuated with ancho, pasilla, and guajillo chiles. Small cups of the strong-flavored consommé and a salsa roja whose spice flares up in the back of the throat are served alongside four tacos in a basket lined with red-and-white checkered paper. The tacos are fragrant, juicy, and oozing with mozzarella cheese, a common Mexican American substitute for expensive Oaxacan quesillo. Also, Gonzalez knows that traditional birria is made with goat. Goat is popular in the Valley, as butterflied, spit-roasted cabrito al pastor, but Gonzalez insists that because Starr is a barbecue joint that smokes brisket, brisket is what should be in her birria. I also liked the chewy, heartwarming charro beans served in a small Styrofoam cup.
The saucy smoked brisket tacos, nestled in house-made flour tortillas, are even better than the birria. The meat is juicy, while the sauce balances sweet and spice. Best of all is the flattened, rectangular burrito. Dark-spotted with swooshes of brown created from time on the flattop, the behemoth fits tightly into a 8¼-by-5¾-inch foil-lined Styrofoam meat tray. Cut into quadrants, the exposed interior shows the same saucy chopped brisket mixed with refried beans and mozzarella. The components work harmoniously in every bite.
1300 W Main St. Rio Grande City, TX 78582 Phone: 956-488-0555 Hours: Monday to Friday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m