This Amazing Taco Trail In Ohio Takes You To 7 Tasty Restaurants
The only thing better than an exceptional taco is a taco trail that leads to multiple exceptional tacos. (Wouldn’t you agree?)
Here in Ohio, we have several Mexican restaurants that serve up some seriously mouthwatering, authentic tacos that chain restaurants just can’t deliver. The following road trip features some of the absolute best tacos in Ohio. If you’re a taco lover, this a trip you’ll definitely want to take. Check it out:
The total trip clocks in at just a little more than 5 and a half hours. For directions and exact addresses, you can view the Google Map of the trip here.
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For more delicious food trails in Ohio, check out our previous article: This Mouthwatering Ice Cream Trail In Ohio Is All You’ve Ever Dreamed Of And More.
Best Tacos in Ohio
What are the best Mexican restaurants in Ohio that aren’t on this trail?
Some of the best Mexican restaurants in Ohio are hiding in strip malls or in unsuspecting buildings, such as Los Guachos Taqueria in Columbus and Oler’s Bar and Grill in Findlay. (For a list of some of the best hole-in-the-wall Mexican restaurants in Ohio, check out our previous article: It’s Easy To See Why These 9 Hole-In-The-Wall Mexican Restaurants Are Ohio Favorites.) Some of the best taco restaurants in Ohio feature all-you-can-eat Mexican buffets and build-your-own tacos, such as Cocina De Carlos in Perrysburg, Ohio. If you’re looking for a more upscale Mexican food option with a unique twist, you can’t go wrong with Momocho in Cleveland.
Where can I find the best margaritas in Ohio?
Fortunately, there are several Mexican restaurants in Ohio with exceptional margaritas. One of the best places to indulge in both delicious tacos and tasty margaritas is at The Short North in Columbus. Centrally located in the middle of the Buckeye State, it’s the perfect place to take a short road trip to. It features several different Mexican restaurants with a wide variety of margarita options. For more information about this unique area of Ohio’s culinary scene, check out our previous article: Drink Your Way Through Ohio On The Margarita Marathon.
Are there any other food trails in Ohio I should take?
Good news: If you’re looking for a food trail in Ohio to follow on a rainy day, you have plenty of options—both official and unofficial. We’ve mapped out several of our own food trails that feature some of our favorite local shops and restaurants in Ohio. Be sure to check out our burger trail, ice cream trail and cheese trail for some scrumptious meals and treats. There are also multiple official food trails in Ohio, such as The Butler County Donut Trail, where you can download a passport, track your progress and receive a free t-shirt for your tasting efforts.