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Taco Deli Warms up Winter With New Menu Items

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Tacodeli, the “farm to taco” concept has launched their winter limited time menu items known as their Specials of the Moment in all locations.

For breakfast, the Huevos al Pastor ($3.50) made with DuBreton organic pork shoulder al pastor, Vital Farms scrambled eggs, topped with jamito queso fresco and salsa de árbol. The meat is made of organic, certified humane and GMO-free pork. DuBreton is North America’s number one organic pork producer. Continue reading

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Load Up On These New Menus

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We have some restaurants with some new menu items we thought you might enjoy reading about. Scurry on over and take a bite at some of our favorite places. Continue reading

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Horchata: Where to Find and How To Make

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Despite its milk-like appearance, horchata is produced from nuts, most notably dried and sweetened tiger nuts. Its name comes from the Latin ‘Hordeata,’ which in turn comes from ‘Hordeum,’ a term related to a Mediterranean tradition of grain-based beverages — that’s right, horchata is a plant-milk beverage. The most well-known version of this delicious drink got famous in Valencia, where it was officially known as horchata de chufa. Continue reading

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Tacodeli’s May “Special of the Moment” features valued partner, Vital Farms

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Tacodeli, the “farm to taco” concept have launched their May Specials of the Moment in all locations.

For breakfast, the Jamon Suavecito ($3.50) is made with Tender Belly Smoked Ham, Gruyere and Jack Cheese Glaze, Green Onion and Scrambled Pasture-Raised Eggs from one of our valued partners, Vital Farms. Vital Farms’ core mission is to bring ethically produced food to the table by coordinating a collection of family farms to operate a well-defined set of organic agricultural practices that includes the humane treatment of farm animals as a central tenet.  Continue reading

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Tacodeli Warms Our Hearts and Bellies

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Tacodeli, the Austin-born taqueria by chef/founder Roberto Espinosa and partner Eric Wilkerson, opened its second Dallas location in December at The Hill Shopping Center (corner of Walnut Hill Lane and Central Expressway).

The fast-casual neighborhood restaurant is open daily for breakfast and lunch, offering a menu of more than 40 made-from-scratch tacos with fresh ingredients – many of which are organic and locally sourced. Sourcing top-notch ingredients has been at the core of the brand since the beginning. Continue reading

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Tacodeli Opening In Plano Feb 22nd

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We recently ran a look at  Tacodeli and have never been more pleased with a lunch in a very, very long time. They are looking to expand more in the Dallas area and now have a third location scheduled for Plano. The only downside to Tacodeli is they only do breakfast and lunch. However, this is one of the interesting aspects to the restaurant and something that makes it particularly good. The employees are snap happy and it shows.  Continue reading

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The Hill, Announces Extensive Lineup of Unique Restaurants and Retail

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The Hill, a modern mixed-use development located in a historic shopping center at North Central Expressway and Walnut Hill Lane in Dallas, brings a multitude of unique restaurants and eclectic retail to North Dallas.
The Hill offers a creative enclave of distinctive restaurants, shops and gathering spaces in an unparalleled ambiance.  The Hill’s authentic, funky, and preservation-minded design is attributed to the developers maintaining the integrity of the unique 1970s architecture, and transforming the historic space into a walkable sequence of proprietor-driven shops and restaurants with a decidedly “un-mall” feel.

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