• The food is great! The service is wonderful! The atmosphere is delightful! AND The Margaritas are the best in town.
  • Established in 2013 EL COME TACO brings the roots of their lovely Mexico City to Dallas serving the most traditional fresh tacos and drinks in town based and operated in a family business creating a great  atmosphere for all our guest.
  • Monica's opened originally in Deep Ellum in 1992. For 20 years Monica's brought a unique menu that was focused on fresh-innovated Mexican and Tex-Mex food. Locally and nationally recognized by many publications as one of Dallas favorite spots for great food and service at a reasonable price.

Monica Greene, is back to create a one of a kind destination in the Lamar Street Entertainment District .

Two blocks south of the Convention Center.

Taste of Dallas: Tacos & Tequila Bus Tour

A HOMAGE TO DALLAS VIBRANT FOOD SCENE AND ITS INTERNATIONAL INFLUENCES. DISCOVER THREE OF THE BEST LOCAL MEXICAN FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS IN TOWN.

We will savor some of the best Mexican food Dallas has to offer. Our bus will stop at three local restaurants known and loved by locals. At each of this establishments we will enjoy a taco and a margarita or tequila-infused drink and get to meet the chef or owner of the restaurant.

We partner with the best the local food scene has to offer, celebrated and award-winning restaurants in the Dallas area. Each tour, depending on the date, time and availability might stop at different establishments. Here are some of our featured partners: Casa Komali, Las Almas Rotas, El Come Tacos, Monica Mex-Tex Cantina.

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