From Truck to Restaurant at Taco Heads

05.04.2016 by: Holiday Bean
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What started out as a humble taco truck has now transformed into a brick and mortar shop: Taco Heads in the Cultural District/ W 7th.  With a limited menu, but more expanded than the food truck, this restaurant offers tacos, elote, chips and queso, as well as breakfast options, dessert, and a special menu just for kids. Taco Heads is laid back and easy going; where the ingredients for the tacos are as fresh as their margaritas. And don’t worry, the food truck is still a thing that runs four days a week.

Elote

This is a full service restaurant. Once you’ve managed to locate the hostess stand (which isn’t in the most intuitive place) you’ll be seated either indoor or outdoor. Take it from us - you'll want to sit outside, weather permitting. The view you’ll notice first is of Montgomery Avenue, but then look higher; the beautiful sight of the Fort Worth Skyline will strike you. Replace the view of Montgomery Avenue with the beach and you have heaven.

Chips and Queso

Outside on the patio you are taken away to a secret beach party where the patio is scattered with picnic tables and Adirondack chairs.  Depending on the size of your group you may have to share a table with others. The cocktails are currently made in their outside bar, though you still order through your server. Soon you’ll be able to order one of their handcrafted cocktails or a Texas craft beer from their separate bar which will seat approximately fifteen people. If you're looking for a deal, their happy hour is from 3 to 7 daily with $2 off cocktails and $1 off beer.

Hand Crafted Jalapeno Margarita

Tortillas are not made in house, but close by in Dallas and shipped over the day they are made.  These delicious shells are then lightly fried and are used to house the incredible ingredients that make their tacos grand.  Once you have your tacos you’re given two squeeze bottles of hot sauce: their signature Verde made from jalapeños and their Rojas. Described as “hot and hotter” that sweet tang you taste in the Rojas sauce is pineapple.

Tilapia and Shrimp Tacos with Rojas and Verde Salsa

With the relaxed vibe of a food truck park and the upbeat atmosphere of a restaurant, you’ve found your new favorite taco joint in Taco Heads in the Cultural/W 7th District.

{Taco Heads Official Site}

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