This Amazing Taco Trail In Virginia Takes You To 5 Tasty Restaurants
Nothing beats a good ol’ fashioned road trip, especially when that trip involves a whole lot of delicious food – like tacos. After all, who can say no to some of the best tacos in Virginia? In that spirit, we’ve created a miniature road trip through Virginia that highlights some of the best taco spots in the state. Whether you choose to eat them on-the-go, or stop and stay awhile in each designated area, you’ll have plenty to enjoy in terms of scenery and eateries. For the interactive map, click here.
With so many incredible taco joints in Virginia, this list barely scratches the surface. So if your favorite spot missed the list, feel free to share it with us and perhaps we can craft a follow-up to this taco trail. Which eatery do you think serves the best tacos in Virginia? Let us know in the comments! In the meantime, be sure to read about These 11 Places To Get Amazing Tacos In Virginia.
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What are the best Mexican restaurants in Virginia that aren’t on this trail?
Virginia’s brimming with Mexican restaurants that will tantalize your taste buds. Bebedero Restaurant in Charlottesville, for example, features a delicious Mexican menu, including tacos, grilled cactus, and fried pork belly. If you’re in the mood for a bit of Latin American flair, however, try the fried chicken torta with roasted pepper chipotle.
For another authentic Mexican dining experience, stop by Tacos Rojas, one of the best taco restaurants in Virginia. Tucked in Roanoke, the taco joint sits inside a convenience store and serves taste-tantalizing tacos. Try the chicken, the steak, or the fish tacos with your favorite toppings for a delicious meal.
Where can I find the best margaritas in Virginia?
Did you know that Virginia has its very own Margarita Marathon? Yep, and you’ll find some of the best margaritas in Virginia along it. The Margarita Marathon in Virginia will take you through Virginia Beach, beginning at Baja Cantina. There, pair your fish taco with a delicious margarita. Raise your glass in a toast at Lunasea Key West Café, Cactus Jack’s Southwest Grill, and Mojito Café.
Don’t forget to bring along a designated driver for the trip home.
Are there any other food trails in Virginia I should take?
If you love sweets, you’ll definitely want to set off on this tasty donut trail in Virginia. The six delightfully delicious spots that make some of the state’s best donuts will satisfy your every sugar craving. Stop by Pure Eats in Lexington, for example, to sink your teeth into homemade donuts. You might want to try one of their famous burgers, too. Other stops on the Virginia Donut Trail include Carpe Donut in Charlottesville and Paul’s Bakery in Fredericksburg.