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Festive Eats and Treats at Tacos Mariachi

09.26.2016 by: Alec Morovitz
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Tacos Mariachi, serving up Tijuana street flavors, is a taco lovers paradise. From barbacoa and lingua, to chicken, shrimp, and mahi-mahi, this gem stands out from competitors by serving refreshingly authentic tacos with high quality ingredients. Located in the sprawling Oak Cliff area, Tacos Mariachi is quickly becoming a local hot spot. 

Start your meal with a salty treat and order the Chips and Salsa Trio. This dish is served with warm queso, spicy salsa, and rich guacamole - enjoy each dip separately, or mix and match for the perfect blend of flavors. 

Nothing pairs better with an ice cold cerveza than the Chips and Salsa Trio. 

While a Mexican street food classic, elote can be hard to find in Dallas. Tacos Mariachi not only serves elote, but it does it with style. For those who have never tried this treat, if you enjoy sweet grilled corn, feta cheese, and a little bit of spice, then you'll love elote!

Elote, more commonly known as corn in a cup, is a must-have for every visit. 

Tacos Mariachi offers several taco combinations and fall under the headings of traditional tacos, gourmet tacos and "funky" tacos. For a street taco with a fresh and flavorful crunch, look no further than the Camaron al Pesto. With crispy grilled shrimp and cool cilantro pesto served on a corn tortilla, this dish embodies what every taco hopes to achieve--a flavorful mouthful with every bite. 

 

The Camaron al Pesto, featuring grilled shrimp, is great for a flavorful meal on the lighter side. 

Tacos Mariachi put its own spin on the classic chicken taco by creating the Norteño. Topping a flour tortilla with fresh cilantro  semi-soft, white asadero cheese, refried beans, sliced avocado and pico de gallo, this chicken taco is only made better by kicking it up with one of their fresh-made sauces.  The filling and fresh Norteño can also be ordered with beef. 

For an extra kick, try spicing up the Norteño with one of three authentic salsas, ranging from mild and medium, to hot. 

Don't overdo it with the tacos so you can end your meal on a sweet note with either a Mexican custard or fried sweet plantains.  For different additions to the menu check out Taco Tuesday, where they offer a special fish taco or the Thursday special - a Ralat Chili Relleno Taco. They are closed on Mondays but open the rest of the week for your lunch and dinner taco cravings, offering margaritas and beers to go with their award winning tacos.

{Tacos Mariachi Official Site} 

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