National Taco Day comes on Tuesday, October 4, and if you enjoy a delicious taco or three, this may be one of your favorite occasions of the year.
There is nothing better than a genuine packed tortilla from a Mexican restaurant, even if creating tacos at home on Taco Tuesday is a family favorite.
Three friends from Tijuana, Mexico, and California launched Los Taco No. 1 in an effort to introduce real tacos to New York City.
They really really mean it when they say Granny's tacos! Rey Hernandez, who co-owns this taqueria with his mother Maria Rios Vega, claimed that all of the recipes came from his mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.
This San Fernando Valley taco truck is owned and operated by Jesus Ledesma.
This is the spot for you if you enjoy fish tacos. In 1978, Taco Nazo opened as a lunch truck and has since expanded to six locations. They fried the tacos in small batches, then pile tomatoes and cabbage on top of the crispy fish.
If you've ever tried birra tacos, you understand the excitement. The tacos used to serve birra are often filled with the stewed meat and served with a side of the dark brownish-red au jus.