Find deals, eat tacos in Asheville on National Taco Day – Asheville Citizen






Asheville is full of taco shops. Here are only a few spots where we can measure a tasty taco.


ASHEVILLE – On Wednesday, internal restaurants and fast-food joints will applaud National Taco Day with deals and specials.

Here’s a discerning look during some internal specials, and a list of places where we competence try to squeeze some tacos to applaud this all-important food holiday. 

Everyone likes tacos right? Because if not, Asheville competence need to cruise a taco emporium per capita ratio. 


Haven’t attempted a newly non-stop Polanco Mexican restaurant during 10 N. Market St.? National Taco Day is a good opportunity, when a grill will applaud with a three-taco image with rice and beans for $10.

Bartaco, during 121 Biltmore Ave., offers a tip taco, that we have to be “in a know” to order, according to a press release. In respect of National Taco Day, a grill will launch a 12th tip taco: Lamb Barbacoa. Now you’re in a know.

Find $2 travel tacos during both Mamacita’s Grill (77 Biltmore Ave.) and Mamacita’s Taco Temple (132 Charlotte St.) with a Chorizo Verde special during both stores. 

Mountain Madre, during 13 Walnut St., will also have a taco special, that cook Kyle Allen was still building during press time. Though a grill offers some-more than tacos, we can find good vegetarian and pig swell tacos here. 

If you’re a make-a-run-for-the-border type, Taco Bell has a $5 Taco Day Gift Set, including a Crunchy Taco, a Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Taco, a Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Taco and a Fiery Doritos Locos taco. Spicy Potato Soft Tacos are also on Taco Bell’s $1 Cravings menu.


Asheville Tacos and Taps: Fun taco drive-thru where we can also get your growler filled while we wait, 705 Merrimon Ave.

White Duck Taco Shop: Laid-back a la grant artistic taco mark with alloy flavors, 1 Roberts St., 12 Biltmore Ave., 12 Miami Circle.  

Chupacabra Latin Cafe: Chef-driven tacos with locally done tortillas in North Asheville, 50 N Merrimon Ave.

Salvage Station: Beer is a focus, though we can eat pork, beef, tempeh or mahi tacos by a stream here, 468 Riverside Drive.

The Grey Eagle Taqueria: Both authentic and some-more Asheville-esque tacos in a song venue, 185 Clingman Ave.

Taco Billy: Local seasonal, desirous by Southern Mexico, 201 Haywood Road.

Nachos and Beer: California-style Mexican food, 230 Charlotte Highway.

En La Calle: Upper-end Mexican street-style food, 15 Eagle St. 

Tacos Jalisco Mexican Restaurant: Authentic Mexican food and street-style tacos,1328 Patton Ave A

Taqueria Munoz: Authentic, dainty tacos on creatively done tortillas, 1438 Patton Ave.

El Chapala Mexican Restaurant: Mexican fare, 777 Biltmore Ave. 

El Paraiso Mexican Grill: Mexican fare, 1047 Haywood Road

El Que Pasa: Mexican fare, 891 Patton Ave.

Papas and Beer: Mexican food with a large salsa bar, 1000 Brevard Road, 317 Haywood Road, 17 Tunnel Road.

Zia Taqueria: Natural-leaning Tex-Mex, including immature chile tacos, tequila, 521 Haywood Road. 

Salsa’s Mexican Caribbean Restaurant: Mexican and Caribbean food, cocktails in downtown Asheville, 6 Patton Ave.

The Cantina during Biltmore Village: Taproom with uninformed Mexican favorites and some internal ingredients, 10 Biltmore Plaza.

Bandidos Latin Kitchen: Latin transport and tacos with artistic fillings, 697 Haywood Road. 

Urban Burrito: Casual, customizable burritos and tacos, 640 Merrimon Ave.

Neo Burrito: Casual, customizable burritos and tacos, 4 South Tunnel Road, 1341 Parkwood Ave. #106, 2 Town Square Blvd.

Taqueria Fast: Authentic Mexican and street-style tacos, 175 Weaverville Road. 

Cocula Mexican Restaurant: Laid-back eatery with informed Mexican dishes and a salsa bar, 1297 Tunnel Road. 

Mojo Kitchen and Lounge: Burgers, sandwiches and a la grant tacos, 55 College St. 

Sonora Mexican Restaurant: Get meat-based or vegetarian tacos in this new-ish downtown restaurant, 89 Patton Ave. 

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