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15 Great Tacos in Dallas & Fort Worth

Taco Heads

Brisket

Jordan Inge

Taco Heads, a wood and corrugated metal trailer behind Poag Mahone’s Irish Pub off West 7th Street in Fort Worth, is known for their late-night breakfast tacos (they’re only served after 10 p.m), but the brisket taco, topped with slaw and a long, warm slice of avocado (the temperature matters!), is always available. The beefy, slightly oily, non-BBQ preparation is served in small, street taco-style tortillas. Go early if you’d prefer to not deal with the rowdy bar crowds, but don’t be surprised if Taco Heads isn’t opened yet. Food trucks and trailers aren’t known for their punctuality. Also, don’t repeat our past mistake and order from the pick-up window lacking signage. Follow the wood ramp to Poag’s patio.

700 Carroll St., Fort Worth (no phone number). Open Wed-Sat 7 p.m.-2 a.m.

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