From Dallas to San Antonio, Southern California’s hottest taco trend is hitting Texas.
It's a a smoky, mesquite-grilled, seasoning-speckled chicken leg wrapped in a corn tortilla.
Plus, Torchy's expands to Louisiana and a stroke survivor chooses tacos for his first meal outside the hospital.
On National Elote Day, we’re craving the Middle Eastern-inspired za’atar street corn at Locura.
The owner of this walk-up taqueria is a former psychologist, and it shows.
Nixtamalization is the long, slow, difficult way to make tortillas—and it's helped this business grow a loyal following.
After complaints, the owner says he’s not changing the name or logo.
Plus: a Taco Bell literary magazine.
This smoky, comforting taco recalls the chef’s youth as a migrant farmworker in South Texas.
On a special edition of The National Podcast of Texas, our taco editor and the author of ‘American Tacos’ on the resilience of “the perfect food.”
This taco is so beloved that it was part of a thorny trademark dispute.
Plus: the history of Sweden's “Taco Friday.”
Classics such as papas con huevos and migas are litmus tests for breakfast taco spots, and this San Antonio shop nails the exam.
Nixta Taqueria’s Oaxacan tortillas boosted sales just enough to keep the restaurant from laying off staff.
This weekends-only Arlington barbecue trailer is a taco joint in disguise.
Good news for those missing Major League Baseball: you can still get your stadium food.
A Grand Prairie beer barn makes sweet and gamey lamb tacos to go.
Scrambling to become a takeout-only business, Los Molcajetes got a much-needed bump from a viral tweet.
The Dallas mezcal bar's new chef rose to the to-go challenge when the city closed dining rooms his first day on the job.
José executive chef Anastacia Quiñones-Pittman and staff are making “five hundred sack lunches” a day to thank frontline health-care workers.
At this little yellow food truck in Austin, it’s all about Taco Wednesday.
Updates on taqueria and Tex-Mex meal kits, mail orders, donations, and more.
There’s plenty of Mexican-flavored Texas food content to stream online while you’re sheltering at home.
The popular pop-up is now serving steamed tacos at one of its brewery stops.
Texas politicians, from Ted Cruz to Briscoe Cain, are riding out the coronavirus with movies and TV, like the rest of us.
The novel coronavirus pandemic won’t defeat the versatile—dare we say perfect—food. “Tacos will feed America.”
At this San Antonio taco trailer, everything is better with cheese.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, we’re kicking off our inaugural biweekly roundup of taco and Mexican food news a tad bit differently than we would otherwise. Instead, we’re taking a cue from our long-running BBQ News Roundup. So first, some good news.El BuenoOur How to Support Your
This new Mexican restaurant in Midland is bringing a classic taco to burrito-happy West Texas.
Show your local joints some taco love during this crisis. They need it.
Who invented San Antonio’s signature Tex-Mex dish? And why hasn’t it blown up (sorry) around the world?
Among the Brownsville taqueria's impressive array of tacos is one using tender beef from a trompo.
The lucha-libre-themed Dallas taqueria offers Guadalajaran-style dishes and specialties.
Joshua and Myra Guerrero’s food truck embraces new barbecue ideas from across the state.
A Mexican ice cream parlor in Houston is making one of the freshest dessert tacos in Texas.
A different sort of Texas Trinity makes for an exceptional taco at this Tomball joint.
Don’t expect waffles, bacon, or even eggs at this Dallas taqueria’s take on a Sunday favorite.
The gas station taqueria in Fort Worth offers impressive vegan options, including this standout taco built around a fried banana blossom.
The family-owned Weslaco restaurant pays homage to the owners' Mexican hometown with this delicious meat-filled sandwich.
This Austin taco shop proves that a great taco takes time.
One of Fort Worth’s best barbecue joints now transforms into a taco shop at night.
This Houston-area pop-up is adding a Tejano twist to a Mexican preparation trending on the West Coast.
Nopales, cocoa powder, squid ink, and beets are just some of the ingredients that can bring a new dimension to tortillas.
This eatery, in the Texas Panhandle town of Childress, does fried tacos right.
After working at such restaurants as Pujol, in Mexico City, chef Edgar Rico brings his masa talents to East Austin.
At this Rio Grande Valley taqueria, starting with dessert might be the best way to kick off a meal of creative tacos.
The San Antonio outpost of a beloved Michoacán restaurant serves pork exactly like what you’ll find at the original in Mexico.
At this mainstay, a flaky flour tortilla is the foundation of a smoked brisket breakfast taco—or, rather, a mariachi—that's one of the best in the state.
Houston and North Texas see the most closures as the chain shuts down underperforming stores.
After a national spotlight was cast on Emilia Flores’s coat donation program, an expletive-drenched letter arrives at her taqueria.