Tacodeli Comes to Dallas!

11.09.2015 by: Jo Firth
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Tacodeli is nothing new; it’s a long-standing, popular Austin staple beloved by locals. But, now that it’s made the move to Dallas, diners in the Big D can enjoy all of the delectable tacos and treats that helped to make Tacodeli such a hotspot in the first place.

Tacodeli isn’t your typical taco joint. For starters, it’s only open till 3 pm daily, making it a go-to choice for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. And although it features menu items that will fit any mood, Tacodeli is best known for its delicious breakfast dishes, which feature inventive twists on your typical fast-brunch fare.

When you first get in line, you’ll notice that the menu is lengthy. It’s best to know what you want before you ever hit the counter, as the options are practically endless. Definitely don’t forget about drink orders, either. While Tacodeli doesn’t serve alcohol, they do serve a variety of fresh drinks worth sampling. An Agua Fresca is a delightful accompaniment to any meal, especially if you’re thirsty; there are simply few drinks as refreshing as a Watermelon Agua Fresca.

A Watermelon Agua Fresca is light, refreshing, and just sweet enough to brighten your day.

When it comes to food, what you order will really depend on your mood. For fans of breakfast, we recommend trying the Migas Royale Plate. It features a pleasing portion of migas topped with house queso and classic toppings and is served alongside Mexican mashed potatoes, refried black beans, and tortillas. To really make the dish pop, add chorizo; the resulting flavor combination is perfect for both breakfast and brunch.

The Migas Royale Plate is filling and can be customized with the addition of protein, like chorizo. 

If you’re a taco-eater, you’ll be hard-pressed to go wrong with any item on the menu. The Tacoloco—which features braised brisket, caramelized onions, mushrooms, guacamole, and queso fresco—is a surefire winner.

The Cowboy Taco and Tacoloco are savory tributes to Texas-style tacos. 

The Cowboy Taco is another popular choice, thanks to its zesty combination of cowboy-rubbed beef tenderloin with grilled corn, caramelized onions, roasted peppers, guacamole, and queso fresco. Or, order one of Tacodeli’s many breakfast tacos, which are designed to be a satisfying start to your day.

Tacodeli's covered patio offers ample space for dining outside when the weather is nice.

Tacodeli is already popular, thanks to its well-known reputation for greatness. We recommend getting there early to snag a spot in line, especially if you’re visiting on the weekends. When the weather’s nice, their covered patio is an ideal place for relaxing over brunch, so plan ahead and take a few friends along. But be warned, the early bird gets the queso: Tacodeli is so popular that they sometimes run out, so try to get there first during peak weekend hours.

{Tacodeli Official Site}

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