Yes, their logo/design is eyeーcatching, but that’s not the only reason why I want to talk about this place.
It’s located in a strip mall, where there used to be a “make your own burger” burger joint.
We knew it went out of business, but we had no idea there was a new taco place in this spot until I saw them featured in a local magazine.
It’s part of their large wall mural.
I don’t even know how to describe it. Cool, I guess (lol)?!
Their meat choices are pretty extensive.
And they even have vegetarian options, too.
This is Terry’s plate of three tacos.
Two pork and one chicken (marinated).
Sorry, I don’t remember which pork he had.
This is my plate. Two tacos.
One Pastor (marinated roast pork) and one Cabeza (beef cheek).
They were both delicious!
The Pastor came with a piece of fresh pineapple.
And I found this on their menu.
It’s one of the drinks (horchata and tuba) I fell in love with during our vacation in Puerto Vallarta.
This horchata is different, probably a bit more sophisticated than the one I had in Mexico, but it’s pretty good.
The horchata at Taco Libre is made from rice, cream, sugar, and cinnamon, based on their menu description.
I will definitely come back and buy it again.
Where else can you find horchata in Minnesota anyway!?
It was Saturday afternoon. Not a lunch time and not a dinner time.
Yet, the place was packed!
This bar was the only place we could find to sit at.
The tacos were delicious!
Everything was great, including the roasted baby onions that came with the tacos.
We are very excited to have this place in town and can’t wait to go back.
Check out their cool website for more information.