A Sunday Funday along the Margarita Mile with tacos as the main course.
Posted on Oct 1, 2020 By Ashley Turner
Celebrate your love for tacos with the Margarita Mile! On top of great margaritas along the Mile, there's also some great tacos to be found. Here are just a few of our favorites – dine in at the restaurant or enjoy it at home in honor of this delightful holiday.
Beto & Son
Get your taco fix at this New American-Mexican restaurant. Unique taco options like the beer battered salmon or the carne asada will please any crowd, and there's also a family-style option with 10 tacos and rice and beans – the perfect option if the whole crew came to join. Bonus: a spacious patio makes it easy to dine out safely.
Beto & Son is open for dine-in, delivery and takeout.
Enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine with Meso Maya's tacos. Go for the carnitas, pollo, carne, or brisket – each served in homemade white corn tortillas and topped with melted Chihuahua cheese, with a side of tasty white rice and black beans.
Meso Maya is open for limited dine-in, delivery and takeout.
The Desperados Tacos (stuffed with jack cheese and your choice of beef or chicken fajita meat) have been the most ordered entrée sine 1976! They're simple but delicious and will surely become your go-to meal at this Dallas institution. There's also plenty of other taco options on the menu, like the tacos al carbon, fish and brisket.
Desperados is open for dine-in and takeout.
If you're looking for upscale Mexican fare, try Jalisco Norte on Oak Lawn. They have five tacos on the menu, including a very on-trend birria option. If we had to choose just one, the Governador shrimp taco is definitely one of our favorites.
Jalisco Norte is open for dine-in, curbside, takeout and delivery.
The patio at La Ventana's Downtown location is perfect for a late night stop, but if you can't make it there, the restaurant's Dallas Farmers Market location is equally enjoyable. The lively taco spot is known for their daily-made fresh tortillas and offers nine meat options for your tacos. At only $1.95 each, it's good for the wallet and your stomach.
Both La Ventana locations are open for dine-in and takeout.
This casual, laid back restaurant awes with a creative menu that includes family-style meals, a dozen taco options and weekend-only brunch favorites. Go for the classics like carne asada or try something a bit more gourmet like the trucha (grilled red trout) or the el taco arabe (marinated lamb).
Revolver Taco is currently open for takeout only.