A taco a day

Is it possible to live on tacos alone? Yes, yes it is. And what a life that would be. Here is a list of taco-serving establishments, for those willing to take on the Taco-a-Day challenge.

Bandidos Burritos (get the salsa)
Boca Café (fish tacos!)
Casa Torres Mexican Restaurant (South side)
Rosetta's Kitchen (vegan tacos!)
El Chapala (longtime staple)
Rankin Vault Cocktail Lounge (downtown, late-night, cheap)
El Que Pasa (don’t let the strip mall fool you)
White Duck Taco Shop (local favorite)
Mamacita's (pre-game it)
Jack of the Wood (Alaskan cod)
Mexico Lindo Mexican Restaurant
Neo Burrito ($1 breakfast burritos)
Our Taco Truck (find ‘em on Facebook)
Papas & Beer (go on your birthday, wear the sombrero)
TallGary's Cantina (prime downtown real estate)
Taqueria Con Cuida (inside the Grey Eagle)
Urban Burrito (UNCA students
Chorizo (lunch)
Salsa's (habanero sauce!)
Lucky Otter (Haywood hangout)
El Paraiso Mexican Grill
El Kimchi (Mexi-Korean delight)
The Thirsty Monk (sized for pints)
The LAB (Mongolian beef)
Sunny Pointe Café and Bakery
The Southern (Hickory Nut Gap)
Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant
WALK (Taco Tuesday!)
Over Easy Café (breakfast tacos)
The Universal Joint (fish or chix)
Ole's Guacamoles (take a field trip to Black Mountain)
Storm Rhum Bar (late-night! housemade chorizo!)
Cocula Mexican Restaurant

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2 thoughts on “A taco a day

  1. bikeman

    Taqueria Con Cuida also has incredible arepas, delicious corn cakes that keep me coming back for more. Also check out their kale salad, based on a “Day of the Dead” recipe from Guatemala. Outstanding food at this unknown gem.

  2. kathjohn

    If you want AUTHENTIC Tacos, (try the “Tacos Mexico City”), you have to try eating at “Nachos and Beer” near Reynolds High School, across from Ingles Supermarket. I almost don’t won’t to let tell too many people. But there really good people with really good food, oh and the prices are pretty great too.

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