Austin July 18, 2017
Your Tastebuds Will Go Crazy For This Amazing Taco Trail Through Austin
It’s no secret that Austinites adore tacos — we eat them for every meal! Whether they’re crunchy, spicy, traditional, or unique, we devour these treats like its our job. This trail will lead you to something even better than buried treasure. Take part on this amazing taco road trip through Austin. I guarantee your tastebuds will go crazy.
Follow the map below and start your
1. Taco Joint
Fresh, crispy, and not too greasy, Taco Joint's flour tortillas will make you swoon. Start your tasty trip of gluttony at Taco Joint, located at 2807 San Jacinto Blvd.
2. Juan in a Million
See all of those people waiting in line? They know where to find epic tacos. Juan in a Million's breakfast tacos are the stuff of legends. If you're up for the challenge, order the Don Juan. This gargantuan heap of eggs, bacon, cheese, and potatoes even has professional eaters tapping out early. Juan in a Million can be found on 2300 E Cesar Chavez St.
3. Vera Cruz All Natural
No taco trip would be complete without a stop at the best taco truck in Austin. Vera Cruz All Natural is borderline addicting, and their mole sauce will send your tastebuds into a heap of excitement. Don't miss out on an opportunity to dig in at Vera Cruz All Natural, located at 1704 E Cesar Chavez.
4. Maria's Taco XPress
Maria's Taco Xpress is as "Austin" as you can get. This local icon, situated in the heart of the '04 neighborhood, is known for its scrumptious tacos, tangy margaritas, and lively events. Swing by on Sunday for the original Hippie Church. Your stomach will be dancing for joy at Maria's, located at 2529 South Lamar Blvd.
5. Papalote Taco House
Every Austinite has their favorite taco spot, and Papalote always makes the top of the list. Authentic and delicious, Papalote will make your taco dreams come true. Check them out at 2803 S Lamar Blvd.
6. El Primo
This small, unassuming taco stand may not immediately grab your attention as your drive down South First Street, but their tacos are definitely worth a stop. Once you try one, you'll be hooked. You'll go out of your way to taste these crave-worthy creations again. Stop by El Primo, located at 2101 S 1st St. Remember your wallet! This joint is cash only.
Fresa's refreshing drinks and delectable eats will end your taco trip on a high note. Sit back and relax under the oak trees and celebrate a job well done. It's not easy completing a taco road trip, but it's always worth it. Fresa's can be found at 1703 S. 1st Street.
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