This Tex-Mex wonderland of a city has some of the best taquerias in the state.
The border city has its share of troubles, but it also has a fascinating taco history that includes “mariachis” and the original barbecued brisket taco.
Yes, there are excellent tacos in New York City, and you don’t even have to search hard to find ’em. Here are a dozen spots to try.
Where to find the region's specialties, from mammoth breakfast tacos to old-school barbacoa.
In the Mexican city near Brownsville, tacos with various cuts and preparations of beef stand out, including tacos estilo Matamoros.
Explore the oil patch’s regional specialties, from overstuffed burritos to crispy tacos—just remember to bring cash.
There's a taste of everything in this city, from upscale Mexican cuisine to trucks specializing in globally inspired delights.
These taquerias, trucks, and restaurants show why this region is one of the best in the state for tacos.
While figuring out how to eat one might seem daunting, it's well worth the effort.
A historic road outside El Paso teems with under-the-radar taco stops.
Your guide to the many types of tacos around the state, where to find them, and how to enjoy them!
A roundup of the city's best offerings, from beefy burritos to modernist cuisine.
The Dallas restaurant is a shrine to the owner’s love of lucha libre and his native Guadalajara.
This gem of a restaurant in El Paso keeps tortilla traditions alive.
Nicole Blaque stands out in San Antonio with her one-of-a-kind Jamaican tacos.
Dallas's Regino “Gino” Rojas stands out in Texas for his wildly creative food and his willingness to take risks (who says you can’t open a new restaurant concept during a pandemic?).
San Antonio's Alejandro Paredes helped changed the scene by focusing on one kind of taco.
The Austin trailer is one of the few Texas trucks that sell legitimate Mexico City–style street tacos.