Been entertaining more than usual and caught behind the budget? Looking for something on the sly and need a hot deal? We have some solutions for you, and found great meals under ten dollars. Man cannot live on big steaks and twenty dollar cocktails every day. Continue reading →
Just weeks ago we noticed one of our favorite taco haunts, Tacos La Banqueta, closed its doors at its primary location at 4500 Bryan Street and replaced with a near facsimile, Taqueria Conin. The taqueria does a decent example of several tacos, including the suadero that made its predecessor so coveted, but not exactly.
This weekend we spotted a new Banqueta going up just feet away from its old post. Look for the new location at 1309 N Carroll. Work seems to be moving quickly, and we were told it would open soon.
It has been an odd day of messages about a variety of restaurants closing and chefs on the move. We just caught wind of a few more. Herrera’s in Carrollton on Beltline is no more. This is a family operation where different members run the various locations, and this closing does not affect others stores in the Dallas area. Certainly one of Dallas’ favorite Tex Mex spots, this particular owner is regrouping. Look for a Herrera’s food truck to hit the streets soon. This can only be good information. Continue reading →
While 95% of the blogosphere is out celebrating National Taco Day at fast food joints across DFW we are slipping out early today to grab a fistful of free tacos in the bar at Blue Mesa. These tacos are pretty spectacular and come in several styles such as their picadillo (potato and beef), chicken, and beef. Did we mention these tacos were free and come by the handful? Continue reading →
There is a man roaming the streets of Dallas with a mission. He is the undisputed king of tacos and is the editor of the Dallas Taco Trail. José Ralat-Maldonado is a fun loving aficionado of tacos and loves good craft beer and life in general. His positive outlook on life is infectious as his love for tacos.
I caught up with Jose just off the heels of a taco inspection at a local taqueria in Oak Cliff. The restaurant swore they had puffy tacos and were well worth inspection. Jose differs with their assessment and you are sure to read about the restaurant soon on his Taco Trail website. Continue reading →